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Carrollton boys finish in second place at Cambridge

FPS staff report

The Carrollton boys and girls cross country teams took part in the Cambridge Invitational last Saturday.

The boys placed second out of 10 teams with 59 points, while the girls placed seventh out of eight teams with 142 points.

In the boys portion of the race, John Brown was the top runner for the Warriors with a time of 17:20.53. He placed fourth.

Austin Wolford was also in the top 10 as he finished in seventh place with a time of 17:26.89, Joey Knipp was 13th with a time of 18:13.26, Allen Jacobson was 15th with a time of 18:23.90, Jon Dunlap finished 25th with a time of 18:48.41, Andrew Knapp was 43rd with a time of 19:29.58, Noah Stertzbach 61st with a time of 20:03.70 and Luke Leslie 62nd place with a time of 20:05.04.

Wyatt Gardner of Canal Winchester was the overall winner with a time of 16:55.46. River View won the team title with 56 points.

In the girls portion of the invitational, the Warriors’ Naomi Young led the way with a 13th place finish with a time of 21:22.35. She was followed by Janesa Bell in 31st place with a tie of 22:34.48, Taylar Bennett in 32nd place with a time of 22:36.38, Lindsey Schandel in 35th place with a time of 22:56.98, Cathy Weyand in 48th place with a time of 23:55.24, Harley Schandel 70th with a time of 25:28.51, Ana Mendoza Torres 77th with a time of 26:14.88 and Lexi Kurtz 93rd with a time of 34:08.88.

Mackenzie Butler from Licking Valley was the individual winner with a time of 19:41.67. Canal Winchester won the team championship with 47 points.

The Warriors will be off this weekend. They will take part in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference meet next Saturday at Minerva.


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