Lansing, IL (September 3, 2011). The Runnin' Rams competed at the TF South Invite this Saturday. The Frosh/Soph team started out the day on the right foot, as they fiinished 3rd overall out of 17 teams. Michele Lewellen was the top finisher for the Frosh/Soph with a 3 mile time of 23:12, and finished 10th overall. Angelina Duda, Caroline Cyrwus, Stephanie Majewski, and Yesenia DelReal fiinished out the top five scorers for the Frosh/Soph Rams. The Varsity finished 7th out of 17 teams. The
Cross Country Girls
Palos Heights, IL (August 30, 2011). The Girls Cross Country team opens up their season with a double victory against Oak Lawn and Evergreen Park at Conkey Woods. Junior Nicole Maier led the Runnin' Rams with an overall individual win, with a time of 20:53 for the 3 mile course. Hannah Howard, Maggie Wojtowicz, Sabina Bukowska, Michele Lewellen, Caroline Cyrwus, and Angelina Duda rounded out the top seven for Reavis. Coach Laurie Schoenfeld comments "The team is young, strong, and ready to
Coach Laurie Schoenfeld has been involved in the cross country program for 22 years.. Her responsibility has been to coach the girls. Coach Schoenfeld has had the honor of coaching one Varsity Cross Country team Championship, along with MANY All-Conference and and All-Regionals athletes in the seasons she has coached. She also takes pride in knowing that many of her former student-athletes go on and run in college. The 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 teams were awarded the Sportsmanship Award also.
Hazelcrest, IL (October 6, 2010) - The girls' cross country team went 6-1 yesterday afternoon at the Hazelcrest Basin course, beating Richards, Eisenhower, Oak Lawn, Argo, Shepard, and Tinley Park. Their only loss came to Hillcrest.
Burbank, IL (September 29, 2010) - The girls' cross country team improved their record to 11-2 last night with victories over Oak Forest, Richards, and TF North. The Rams had the top four finishers in Karolina Komperda, Hannah Howard, Nicole Maier, and Paulina Okreglak. Maggie Wojtowicz placed 10th to seal the win for Reavis.