Cape Express youth soccer scores
September 29, 2017
VIDEO, PHOTO GALLERY: Turnovers doom Middle in loss to Gloucester Catholic
September 29, 2017

VIDEO, PHOTO GALLERY: Wire-to-wire winners at Big Five meet

  • Wildwood Catholic freshman Julia Sorensen runs to a first-place finish in the Big Five cross country championships.
  • Wildwood Catholic's Erin Connelly finishes second at the Big Five meet.
  • Wildwood Catholic's Lauren Sorensen finished third.
  • Wildwood Catholic's Joelle Osborne placed fourth.
  • Wildwood Catholic's Aliya Gray-Rivera was fifth.
  • Lindsay Robbins of Cape May Tech heads toward the finish line.
  • Cape May Tech's Jayne Seitz finishes the race.
  • Haley Sparta was Middle Township's top finisher in the girls race.
  • Lower Cape May's Will Berger leads the pack at the start of the boys race at the Big Five cross country championships at county park.
  • Will Berger of Lower Cape May heads toward the woods in first place.
  • Willl Berger finishes the Big Five boys race well ahead of the rest of the runners.
  • Leo Zaccaria of Cape May Tech placed second in the boys race.
  • Wildwood Catholic's Chris Johnson runs to a third-place finish.
  • Erick Feria of Wildwood Catholic placed fourth.
  • Middle Township's Rob Giuilan was fifth at the Big Five meet.
  • Liam Fitzsimmons was Wildwood's top finisher.
  • Freshman Frank "FB3" Basile finishes the Big Five boys race.

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Julia Sorensen and Will Berger led wire-to-wire in winning the respective girls and boys races at the Big Five Cross Country Championships Friday at Cape May County Park.

Sorensen, a freshman, led Wildwood Catholic to a clean sweep of the meet as the Crusaders took each of the first five places to score the minimum 15 points.

Sorensen finished in 20 minutes, 25 seconds to win by 37 seconds.

Sorensen was followed by, in order, teammates Erin Connelly; Lauren Sorensen, Julia’s older sister; Joelle Osborne; and Aliya Gray-Rivera.

Cape May Tech’s Lindsay Robbins placed sixth.

Berger, a senior from Lower Cape May, went virtually unchallenged, finishing in 16 minutes, 29 seconds. Cape May Tech’s Leo Zaccaria won a close race for second place over Wildwood Catholic’s Chris Johnson. Wildwood Catholic’s Erick Feria and Middle Township’s Rob Giiulian rounded out the top five.

Wildwood Catholic won the boys team championship with 38 points. Cape May Tech was second with 54.

— story and photos by Brian Cunniff; videos by Bob Maschio Jr.