The St. Joseph boys cross country team lost its quad meet on Tuesday at Tod’s Point in Greenwich.
The Cadets were led by senior Jack Moulder, who placed 13th overall in 17 minutes, 41 seconds. Danbury was the overall meet winner in the 2.9-mile race.
Sophomore Michael Zannis placed 27th in 18:22, sophomore Sean Yankocy placed 30th in18:30 and junior Anthony Crocco placed 37th in 18:58.
“We had a solid showing in Greenwich,” said St. Joseph coach David Scrivines. “We’ve had to adjust our goals a bit, but I thought we had a solid meet this week, in what was our final tuneup for the FCIAC championships.”
Sophomores Garrett Kalker (46th, 20:19), Dante Criscio (48th, 20:25) and Manuel Garzon (49th, 20:45) competed, along with freshman Paul Fabbri (50th, 20:46), senior Nicholas Russo (51st, 20:59) and freshman Shane Fitzgerald (52nd, 21:45).
Additional competitors included: freshman Jason Paul (64th, 24:02), sophomore Luke Healy (65th, 24:09), freshman Tim Gavrish (67th, 24:46), sophomore Igor Poliwoda (68th, 24:58) and freshman Ethan Novicio (69th, 25:06).
St. Joseph will compete in the FCIAC championships at Waveny Park in New Canaan on Wednesday, Oct. 19t. The varsity race will begin at 2:50; JV race at 3:50.