Hurricanes Sweep First Three Placements To Win Boys 'B' Cross Country Title; Amato Wins Girls County Title - 27 East

Hurricanes Sweep First Three Placements To Win Boys ‘B’ Cross Country Title; Amato Wins Girls County Title

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The shirts say it all; the Westhampton Beach boys cross country team won the Suffolk County Class B title for the third consecutive season last week.

The shirts say it all; the Westhampton Beach boys cross country team won the Suffolk County Class B title for the third consecutive season last week. DREW BUDD

The Westhampton Beach boys cross country team won the Suffolk County Class B title for the third consecutive season last week.

The Westhampton Beach boys cross country team won the Suffolk County Class B title for the third consecutive season last week. DREW BUDD

Gavin Ehlers, Max Haynia and Trevor Hayes lead the pack of the 'B race.

Gavin Ehlers, Max Haynia and Trevor Hayes lead the pack of the 'B race.

Westhampton Beach junior Gavin Ehlers won the Suffolk County Class B title on April 21.

Westhampton Beach junior Gavin Ehlers won the Suffolk County Class B title on April 21. DREW BUDD

Max Haynia of Westhampton Beach placed second in the 'B' race.

Max Haynia of Westhampton Beach placed second in the 'B' race. DREW BUDD

Hurricane Trevor Hayes placed third overall in the 'B' race.

Hurricane Trevor Hayes placed third overall in the 'B' race. DREW BUDD

Westhampton Beach senior Jackie Amato leads the 'B' race over the bridge at the beginning of the course at Sunken Meadow.

Westhampton Beach senior Jackie Amato leads the 'B' race over the bridge at the beginning of the course at Sunken Meadow. DREW BUDD

Westhampton Beach senior Jackie Amato leads the 'B' race over the bridge at the beginning of the course at Sunken Meadow.

Westhampton Beach senior Jackie Amato leads the 'B' race over the bridge at the beginning of the course at Sunken Meadow. DREW BUDD

Westhampton Beach senior Jackie Amato won her first ever county title on Thursday, April 22.

Westhampton Beach senior Jackie Amato won her first ever county title on Thursday, April 22. DREW BUDD

Kiera Falvey of Westhampton Beach heads toward the finish line.

Kiera Falvey of Westhampton Beach heads toward the finish line. DREW BUDD

Hurricane Oona Murphy crosses the finish line.

Hurricane Oona Murphy crosses the finish line. DREW BUDD

Drew Budd on Apr 26, 2021
The Westhampton Beach cross country team displayed all season long that it was one of the top teams in all of Suffolk County. And while it was expected to win... more

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