Local cross-country teams, runners have strong days at weekend meets

first_imgSULLIVAN — Hancock County enjoyed two strong days in cross-country over the weekend with local teams and runners earning wins and other solid results in weekend meets in Sullivan and Old Town.On Friday, this year’s Seacoast Invitational was held at Sumner Memorial High School. Runners from Sumner, Bucksport, George Stevens Academy and Deer Isle-Stonington formed the Hancock County contingent in the 3.05-mile race.GSA freshmen won both the boys’ and girls’ events with Sol Lorio claiming first on the boys’ race side a time of 18 minutes, 38 seconds and Thea Crowley winning the girls’ crown in 21:24. The Eagles won the boys’ meet with 25 points as Narraguagus earned 27 points in the girls’ meet to nip GSA’s 28.Ellsworth and Mount Desert Island traveled to Old Town for Saturday’s Old Town Invitational sectional meet. MDI completed an impressive sweep of the boys’ and girls’ titles as the Ellsworth boys placed fifth. The Eagles did not field enough runners to earn a girls’ team score.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIndividually, MDI’s Ponce Saltysiak (second place) and Ellsworth’s Nick Cormier (third place) finished as the top-two local runners with times of 18:02.80 and 18:15.34, respectively. Ellsworth’s Caitlin MacPherson placed fourth to finish as the top Hancock County girl, and MDI’s Callan Eason (fifth place), Katelyn Osborne (sixth place) and Grace Munger (eighth) also finished in the top 10.Local cross-country runners will return to action next Saturday, Oct. 5, for the Festival of Champions at Troy Howard Middle School in Belfast. The event will begin at 11 a.m.Listed are the top-10 boys’ and girls’ finishers and all local team scores from both meets.Boys’ individual, Seacoast InvitationalSol Lorio, George Stevens Academy, 18 minutes, 38 secondsLuke Barnes, Sumner, 18:47Logan Carter, Sumner, 18:51Caden Mattson, GSA, 19:06Clark Morrison, GSA, 19:13David Hileman, Bucksport, 19:15Ian Renwick, GSA, 19:17Henry Penfold, Deer Isle-Stonington, 19:54Oliver Wilson, GSA, 19:59 Jason Weaver, Machias, 20:04Girls’ individual, Seacoast InvitationalThea Crowley, GSA, 21:24Sophia McVicar, Calais, 23:30Jaydin Anderson, Machias, 23:32Ashlee Morang, Shead, 23:41Josie Czuj, GSA, 24:07Ashlyn Cashman, Narraguagus, 26:14Dayana Ortiz, Narraguagus, 26:19Bianka Alejo, Narraguagus, 27:06Skye Howard, Sumner, 27:20Sarah Bartlett, Shead, 27:39Boys’ team scores (local), Seacoast InvitationalGSA, 25Bucksport, 60Sumner, 74Girls’ team scores (local), Seacoast Invitational2. GSA, 28Boys’ individual, Old Town InvitationalJordan Duplissie, Caribou, 18:00.06Ponce Saltysiak, Mount Desert Island, 18:02.80Nick Cormier, Ellsworth, 18:15.34Dylan Fowler, Hermon, 18:19.71Jon Genrich, MDI, 18:20.40Ben Zapsky, Hermon, 18:20.69Stephen Grierson, MDI, 18:28.42Malachai Willey, Caribou, 18:28.83Tucker Ellis, Orono, 18:28.94Calvin Partin, MDI, 18:29.42Girls’ individual, Old Town InvitationalOlivia Mosca, Brewer, 20:33.25Anna Jandreau, Presque Isle, 20:38.44Kay Bell, Caribou, 21:02.30Caitlin MacPherson, Ellsworth, 21:10.92Callan Eason, MDI, 21:36.12Katelyn Osborne, MDI, 21:38.68Erin Gerbi, Orono, 21:42.25Grace Munger, MDI, 21:58.86Julia White, Orono, 22:06.42Teagan Ewings, Houlton, 22:13.97Boys’ team scores (local), Old Town Invitational1. MDI, 405. Ellsworth, 68Girls’ team scores (local), Old Town Invitational1. MDI, 37last_img read more

Sportradar seeks interactive content edge with Arkadium visualisations

first_imgShare Related Articles Share StumbleUpon Submit Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Jonathan Earle – SportradarLeading sports data, insights and content supplier Sportradar has teamed-up with New York-based visualisation studio Arkadium, seeking to develop new immersive and interactive capacities for its sports output.Entering 2019, Sportradar will work with Arkadium on developing new viewer/audience experiences and engagements, focusing on driving interaction with its content from multiple sanctioned sources.In its update, Sportradar details that it has formed a multi-year partnership with Arkadium, a trusted development studio which has worked on developing interactive content with leading global publishers including USA Today, Microsoft, The Washington Post and LA Times.Jonathan Earle, Customer Director of Sports Media at Sportradar, backed the partnership, stating that Arkadium could deliver real-time sports content engagement, catering for new audience trends and disruptions.“Sportradar is obsessed with enhancing the fan experience and we are continually striving to create engaging and unique products that offer the best solutions for publishers and broadcasters to monetize,” he said.“The way in which sports fans are consuming content has dramatically changed and fans are looking for more interactive, visual stories to help keep them informed of the latest sports news. Partnering with Arkadium will help us to lead the next generation of sports engagement.”Kenny Rosenblatt –ArkadiumThe partnership will see Sportradar, media and content teams integrate Arkadium’s flagship inHabit programme, which delivers instant Ai-powered visualisation functions for marketing teams, currently reaching over 70 million US-based sports fans per month.“Our partnership represents the future of sports marketing,” said Kenny Rosenblatt, President & Co-Founder at Arkadium. “One where fans are deeply engaging with the players and teams they love, while providing publishers and advertisers the time, attention and relevant audiences that they’re looking for.” David Lampitt, Sportradar: F1 presents betting’s most sizeable opportunity August 14, 2020 Sportradar combats social media abuse with player protection solution August 17, 2020last_img read more