With all the weather problems this season, the Jonathan Law boys cross country team ran on back to back days. In its meet on Friday on a rain-soaked course at Eisenhower Park, coach Charlie Phillips’ Lawmen defeated Lyman Hall (27-28) and North Branford (15-50) while losing a close one to North Haven. Michael Loschiavo again led the Lawmen with his first place time of 17:28, followed by Tyler McKenna-Hansen a close second in 17:32. Dan Wasserman followed in 9th place at 18:57. Junior Nick Shugrue was 14th with a personal best time of 19:39. The next three finishers for Law were Charles Wang (20:05), Amir Elhewl (20:27) and James Marino (20:32). Law defeated West Haven (21-40) and Hillhouse (21-36) and lost to Hamden (28-29) on Thursday. Loschiavo led with an overall first place finish in a time of 17:22 on the 5K course. He was followed by McKenna-Hansen in third at 17:36. Law's next runners in the scorebook were Wasserman at 18:28, Shugrue at 19:54 and Elhelw at 20:14. There were 14 personal best times run by the Lawmen.
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