WORTHINGTON, Ohio — Gallia Academy’s Peyton Adkins took first place at Saturday’s Les Esinenhart Invitational at Thomas Worthington High School.
Adkins posted a time of 18:47 to beat Dublin Coffman’s Rachel Bosworth by :05.
The Blue Angels’ Madison Holley (21:15) placed 60th, Sam Barnes (21:35) was 72nd, Mckenna Warner (22:08) was 98th, Hannah Watts (23:29) was 139th, Elizabeth Holley (23:45) was 145th, and Lexi Henry (28:25) was 161st.
The Blue Angels placed 13th overall with a team score of 340. Hoover took the team title with a score of 80.
In the boys race, Matt Watts led the Blue Devils with a time of 16:50 to take 27th place. Timmy Warner (21:15) was 174th, Quenton McKinniss (21:47) was 177th, Casey Lawrence (23:01) was 179th, Patrick Brown (23:17) was 180th, Logan Greenlee (24:12) was 181st, and Ben Roach (30:49) was 182nd.
Westerville North’s Brian Hannaford and Jeff Hannaford took first and second place, respectively, with times of 15:24 and 15:37.
The Blue Devils placed 23rd as a team with a score of 635. LaSalle won the team title with a score of 56.
Complete results are available at www.baumspage.com
Point CC competes at CCHS Invitational
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Point Pleasant cross country team took part in the Charleston Catholic High School Invitational in Charleston, W.Va.
Andrea Porter led the local finishers placing in 18th with a time of 22:05 in the girls race. Avery Daughtery placed 141st with a time of 31:52 for the Lady Knights.
Charleston Catholic’s Sami Harris placed first in the girls race with a time of 19:51.
In the boys event, Caleb Riffle placed 118th with a time of 21:14, Elijah McClananhan was 128th with a time of 21:39, Guy Fisher was 158th with a time of 22:45, and Logan Burch was 186th with a time of 24:22.
Fairland’s Tanner Mattie placed first in the boys race with a time of 16:56.
Complete results are available at ww.runwv.com