Max Haynia Leads Westhampton Beach Boys Freshmen To Victory At Jim Smith Invitational - 27 East

Max Haynia Leads Westhampton Beach Boys Freshmen To Victory At Jim Smith Invitational

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Max Haynia of Westhampton Beach is all smiles as he crosses the finish line in first place of the freshmen race at the Jim Smith Invitational.

Max Haynia of Westhampton Beach is all smiles as he crosses the finish line in first place of the freshmen race at the Jim Smith Invitational.

Trevor Hayes was the second freshman in for Westhampton Beach.

Trevor Hayes was the second freshman in for Westhampton Beach. MICHELLE MALONE

James Buono of Westhampton Beach races toward the finish line.

James Buono of Westhampton Beach races toward the finish line. MICHELLE MALONE

Ashley Steedman of Westhampton Beach runs at the front of one of the packs at the Jim Smith Invitational.

Ashley Steedman of Westhampton Beach runs at the front of one of the packs at the Jim Smith Invitational. MICHELLE MALONE

Ashley Steedman of Westhampton Beach runs at the front of one of the packs at the Jim Smith Invitational.

Ashley Steedman of Westhampton Beach runs at the front of one of the packs at the Jim Smith Invitational. MICHELLE MALONE

Reef Kirchner, Max Haynia and James Buono helped lead the Westhampton Beach freshmen to victory on Saturday.

Reef Kirchner, Max Haynia and James Buono helped lead the Westhampton Beach freshmen to victory on Saturday. MICHELLE MALONE

Westhampton Beach junior Rudy Scala

Westhampton Beach junior Rudy Scala MICHELLE MALONE

Lady Hurricane Grace Hayes takes a turn on the course at Sunken Meadow.

Lady Hurricane Grace Hayes takes a turn on the course at Sunken Meadow. MICHELLE MALONE

Drew Budd on Sep 15, 2019
If Saturday was any indication, the future looks bright for what is already a talented Westhampton Beach boys cross country team. The freshmen Hurricanes won their 1.5-mile race at the... more

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