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50 Tickets to Brooklyn: #46

Two runners from two powerhouse programs that came into their own in their junior years.

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  • Cross times do not jump off the page, but wow are they consistent
  • 15 races run in 2020, 10 of those were sub-17
  • 12 of his 13 races that I rated were above 179
  • Jack is here because of the enormous leap he made in track, especially in the 3200m
  • His 9:34 (a state qualifier) is at least 20-30 seconds better than expected given his XC season, so expect some major PRs this fall

  • Lydia had the same breakthrough as Jack, but just a season earlier
  • She was a solid runner for Saline her first two years and ended her sophomore campaign with a sub-20:00 performance at her regional’s PROM
  • Competing as a varsity runner in 2020, she knocked more than a minute off her previous best
  • Beginning with a 18:59 at Riverside Park, she went on a tear that ended with an All-State berth
  • That progression continued into track, as she showed range from the 800 (2:22) to the 3200 (11:25)
  • Her best time of the bunch was likely her 1600m (5:12)

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