KINNIKINNICK, Ohio — The River Valley cross country program participated in the Zane Trace Invitational on Saturday, with the Raiders coming away with a 12th place finish in the boys division while the Lady Raiders did not have enough competitors for a team score.
There were 148 competitors and 15 teams in the boys event, which saw the Raiders post a team score of 324 to finish 12th. Unioto won the team event with 45 points, finishing nine points ahead of runner-up Fairland.
Adrian Ross of Unioto won the individual race with a time of 16:31, finishing two seconds ahead of runner-up Tanner Mattie of Fairland.
Trent Wolfe led the Raiders by finishing 30th overall with a time of 19:12, while Jared Hollingsworth followed in 56th with a mark of 20:17. Jamil Stepney (21:59) was 94th, Ritchie Jackson (22:24) was 99th and Aaron Harrison (23:41) rounded out the team score by placing 117th.
There were 105 competitors and 13 teams in the girls division, with Zane Trace capturing the team and individual titles. ZTHS won the team event with 30 points, finishing well ahead of runner-up Teays Valley with 75 points. Taylor Hatfield won the individual crown by more than a minute with a time of 19:40.
Katie Blodgett led the Lady Raiders by finishing fourth overall with a time of 21:41, while Keyana Ward was 37th with a time of 25:12. Jessie Halley (29:45) and Sonja Rankin (32:35) also had respective finishes of 81st and 95th.
Complete results of the 2010 Zane Trace Invitational are available on the web at www.baumspage.com
Point CC competes at Chick-fil-A Invite
MINERAL WELLS, W.Va. — The Point Pleasant cross country program participated in the Class AA-A Chick-fil-A Invitational on Saturday, with the Big Black Knights coming away with a 12th place finish in the boys division while the Lady Knights did not have enough competitors for a team score.
There were 135 competitors and 14 teams in the boys event, which saw PPHS post a team score of 332 to finish 12th. St. Mary’s won the team event with 70 points, finishing 18 points ahead of runner-up Grafton with 88 points.
Drew Woodford of Grafton won the individual title with a time of 16:47, finishing one second ahead of runner-up Wil Shaffer of Scott.
Caleb Riffle led Point by finishing 47th overall with a time of 19:29, followed by Riken Nowlin in 77th with a mark of 20:49. Elijah McClanahan (21:15) was 83rd, Guy Fisher (22:12) was 104th and Logan Burch (23:26) was 120th to round out the team score.
There were 102 competitors and 10 teams in the girls event, with Philip Barbour capturing the team and individual titles. PBHS won the team event with a score of 49, finishing well ahead of runner-up St. Mary’s with 70 points. Sara McCauley won the individual crown with a time of 18:53, nine seconds faster than the rest of the field.
Andrea Porter led the Lady Knights by finishing 14th with a time of 22:03, followed by Avery Daughtery in 100th with a mark of 33:25.
Complete results of Chick-fil-A Invitational are available on the web at www.runwv.com