The cross country season came to an end for Jackson County runners at Saturday’s soggy Brown County semistate.
Crothersville’s Kaylyn Holman, who was the only runner competing from the area to make it to state last season, wasn’t able to get over the hump this year.
She finished 42nd overall in the girls’ race with a time of 20 minutes and 27 seconds and was the top runner from the county.
Teammate David Rose, making his first semistate appearance, finished 90th with a time of 17:38.
In the team races, the Seymour girls finished 12th with 338 points while the boys took 13th with 367.
Freshman Kinsley Folsom showed the future is bright for the Owl girls’ program with a 44th place finish at 20:33.
Senior Grace Rennekamp and Makenna Sunbury finished behind her in 50th and 56th with times of 20:41 and 20:53, respectively.
Lillian Sunbury took 134th at 22:40, Elizabeth Hougland was 138th at 22:54 and Samantha Jacobi was 142nd at 23:04.
Grace Lewis rounded out the Owl scoring with a 162nd place finish at 24:46.
On the boys’ side, sophomore Michael Proffer paced the Owls with a time of 17:25 for 75th.
He was the top area boys’ runner.
Junior Brandon Kleber wasn’t too far behind in 79th with his time of 17:27 and senior Luke Plummer came in 93rd at 17:43.
Lucas Bane and Connor Harriss came in 123rd and 125th, respectively, with marks of 18:01 and 18:02.
Rounding out the Owl time were Brycen Baugh at 18:14 and Jude with an 18:19. They finished 133rd and 136th, respectively.