Post Race Interview With Caroline
Caroline Wells of Winter Springs opened her season up with a US No. 7 and Florida No. 1 time of 17:06 on her home course.
We caught up with the fast junior, who had a stellar track season despite the abrupt cancellation back in March, to see how training has been going during this long cross country base building.
Wells led her team to a strong season opener as a group. All five of the Winter Springs bears were sub 22 minutes, with their top four sub 20:15.
|WINTER SPRINGS HS||ALL RESULTS|
|F 5000m||1||Caroline Wells||11||17:06.62||1|
|F 5000m||2||Evie McIver||12||18:57.21||2|
|F 5000m||3||Jolynn Rodriguez||10||19:32.98||3|
|F 5000m||4||Grace Mason||10||20:13.67||4|
|F 5000m||9||Susie Doyle||12||21:38.43||9|
On the boys side, Winter Springs senior Aiden Arnold opened up his season with a 16:19 performance with Oviedo senior Sam Austin following for second in 16:55. Price Wheeler cruised to a third place finish representing Lake Brantley with a 17:35.
It was Lukas Schoenfeld, Jacob Smith, Reagan Eastlick, Marek Orr, and Carter Jenson who sealed the team win for Hagerty over Winter Springs on the boys side with a 53 point win over the Bear's 54.