Mile News Tagged Tommy Cochary High School Mile


Fields Set for 2019 Tommy Cochary High School Mile

August 08, 2019

Event champions to be awarded $2500 athletic & wellness activities grant for their school in their name

From Falmouth Road Race

FALMOUTH, Mass. — Nineteen high school athletes from throughout Massachusetts will compete in the Tommy Cochary High School Mile on Saturday, August 17, in...

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Engels, Schneider Win Aetna Falmouth Elite Mile

August 18, 2018

Connolly, Mariano victorious in Tommy Cochary High School Mile; $16,000 awarded in Open race

From Falmouth Road Race

FALMOUTH, Mass. – Three close finishes and a dominant victory by a local favorite highlighted the Aetna Falmouth Elite Mile and its companion Tommy Cochary High School Mile,...

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Connolly, Griffin to defend Tommy Cochary High School Mile titles

August 14, 2018

Top area HSers expected at 9th edition; $2500 grant to each champion's school; part of the 46th New Balance Falmouth Road Race weekend

From Falmouth Road Race

FALMOUTH, Mass. - Twenty-one high school athletes from throughout Massachusetts will compete in the Tommy Cochary High School Mile on...

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Top Fields Set for Tommy Cochary High School Mile

August 04, 2017

All-Star Girls’ race, including defending champion Rachel Sessa, features 6 of top 12 in Massachusetts at New Balance Falmouth Road Race Weekend event

From New Balance Falmouth Road Race

FALMOUTH, Mass. – Twenty high school athletes from throughout Massachusetts will compete in the Tommy...

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Fields Set for Tommy Cochary High School Mile

August 19, 2016

Top Massachusetts athletes chosen for speed, service to compete on Saturday, August 20 at part of New Balance Falmouth Road Race weekend; $2500 grants to winners’ high school athletic / wellness programs

FALMOUTH, Mass. – Nineteen high school athletes from throughout Massachusetts will compete...

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Aidan Gilson wins Tommy Cochary High School Mile

August 17, 2015

The MIT bound Northampton graduate won the Tommy Cochary High School Mile at the Falmouth Road Race Saturday, clocking 4:26.1.

By Mark C. Volain, Mass Live

Aidan Gilson, a 2015 graduate of Northampton High School, won Saturday's 5th Tommy Cochary High School Mile.

Gilson's time of 4:26.1...

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Chicopee’s Shannon McAndrew, Northampton’s Aidan Gilson to compete in Tommy Cochary High School Mile

August 11, 2015

A grant of $2500 will be awarded to the school of the winner's to be used in a way that implements change in athletics or wellness, such as new equipment, team uniforms, or after-school wellness activities.

From Mark C. Volain, Mass Live

Class of 2015 distance runners Shannon McAndrew and...

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Lockhart and Song to run in Tommy Cochary High School Mile at New Balance Falmouth Road Race

August 11, 2015

Winners of both the boys and girls Miles will have a grant of $2500 awarded to their school in their name to be used in a way that implements change in athletics or wellness.

From The Stoughton Journal

A Stoughton boy and a Canton girl will be among 20 state high school athletes to compete in...

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Merber Wins, Mackey Defends Falmouth Mile

August 17, 2014

Three men sub-4 and four women sub-4:30; Tommy Cochary High School Mile goes to Russell Wells, Stella Worters

From Falmouth Road Race

FALMOUTH, Mass. – Filling the bleachers and lining the rails, hundreds of fans turned out on Saturday evening to cheer the athletes at the Falmouth Mile, which...

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Stella Worters’ Mile pays off for Shepherd Hill

August 24, 2013

Tommy Cochary High School Mile win at Falmouth includes $2500 grant for her school

By John Conceison, Telegram & Gazette

The second time around was more than a charm for Stella Worters (right). In fact, the second time wound up with a payoff quite true to her school.

Worters, about to begin...

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