Tigers, Hornets run at New Washington meet
The Crothersville and Medora cross-country teams competed in the New Washington Invitational on Tuesday.
On the girls side, the Tigers finished second with 39 points behind Christian Academy.
There were only three teams that scored on the day with five squads bringing less than enough runners to score.
The Tigers’ Breanna Barger placed third in 21:29 to lead the Tigers.
Tristan Maschino was sixth in 23:49, Piper Hensley ran a 24:49 for ninth, Torri Boldery placed 24th clocking 32:44 and Taylor Blake was 38th timing 32:45 for the Tigers.
Alisha Basil was 32nd with a time of 35:21 for the Tigers.
The Hornets’ Jadelyn Dean was the lone female for her team, finishing 18th in 27:23.
The Tigers’ boys team placed third, with 75 points, of four teams that scored on the afternoon.
Christian Academy was the top-finish with 33 points.
Lane Winehorst was the first one in for the Tigers finishing fifth at 19:17.
Next for the Tigers was Braydee Gillis’ time of 21:59 for 22nd, Matt Wilburn was 24 in 22:09, Noah Hoskins finished 27th clocking 22:57 and Codi McDonald ran a 23:53 for 29th.
Matt Jones was 12th for the Hornets in 20:46 and Zach Thompson placed 26th finishing in 22:53.
Owls girls claim first, boys rest top runners
The Seymour girls cross-country team finished first at the Batesville Invitational, with 18 points, on Tuesday.
Sophomore Emma Brock placed first overall with a time of 19:54 for the Owls while freshman Ashton Chase finished second once second behind.
Oriana Morales timed 20:08 for a fourth place finish, Megan Winter clocked 20:10 for fifth, Claire Loebker was sixth in 20:12, Abby Voss ran a 20:43 for 10th and Maya Hauersperger rounded-out the top Owls runner in 20th place at 22:03.
The Owls boys team rested their top runners for Saturday’s Hoosier Hills Conference home meet at Freeman Field.
Among the large schools, Seymour finished sixth on the day while East Central was team champions.
Kem Forvil was 21st for the Owls in 18:52, Shosei Ando placed 24th in 19:01, Dawson York got 19:15 for 28th, Barry Huff notched 38th in 20:13, Ethan Ortman got 43rd timing 20:39 and Jon Castrejon placed 48th in 22:55.
Both the girls and boys teams will host the HHC championship race Saturday.