Westlake Girls Middle School Cross Country

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LBMS XC Girls win Strongsville Invite

The LBMS girls finished first at today’s Vertical Runner Invitational in Strongsville, edging Brecksville 98-99. Sydney Peer finished 3rd overall, leading the way for the Lady Demons. 7th grader Ellie Irwin also placed in the top 15, finishing 11th.  Faye Melda (26), Mia Williams (28), and Madison Shami (30) helped to secure the victory.  

LBMS XC Practice Schedule available here while Google Classroom is Down

Here’s a link to the LBMS XC practice schedule while Google Classroom is inaccessible.  We apologize for the inconvenience!   https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KFi8w6ojhge_Mq3vGDVG8K_u0QH71vV1BFFv3_sGl-0/edit?usp=sharing    

LBMS XC: Spirit Wear Orders Open 8/1- 8/8

Online Spirit Wear orders will be available for all LBMS XC runners 8/1- 8/8.  Ordering spirit wear is optional. To view our team shop (opens 8/1), visit www.bsnteamsports.com     Our access code is Burnesonxc   The online shop closes 8/8 and no late orders will be accepted.  Orders will be delivered to LBMS 3-4 weeks from

LMBS Cross Country Conditioning Begins Tuesday, 6/19

Optional conditioning for LBMS cross country runners begins Tuesday, June 19th. See the schedule here or the link at the bottom of the page for practice times and locations.  Our first practice on 6/19 is from 5:00 to 6:00 at Cahoon Park in Bay Village (entrance is 250 yards north of Wolf Road on the west

Girls Qualify to Regionals

Running the best District team 5K (top five runners) in school history, the girls backed up last week’s SWC Championship with a 3rd place finish that earned the team a Regional qualifying spot for only the third time since 1998. For the third competition in a row, SWC MVP Erica Francesconi set the pace, pulling

Girls Win SWC Championship!

Running the best team 5K (top five runners) in school history (by almost five minutes), the girls won the Southwestern Conference Championship for the first time since 1998. In the Varsity race, junior Erica Francesconi, sophomore Teagan Walsh, and freshman Emma Jaros packed together at the front of the race, setting the pace for the