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Cross Country Recaps from Tuesday, August 31

Cross Country Recaps from Tuesday, August 31

There may be updates, so please check back.

Boys- South Decatur 36, Jac-Cen-Del 41, North Decatur 49
Girls- Jac-Cen-Del 32, South Decatur 41, North Decatur 53
at North Branch

For complete results, please click here.

Boys top 5 individuals:
Pohle JCD 18:08
Maloney JCD 18:43
Newby SD 19:00
Hubbard SD 20:51
Rohls JCD 21:04

Girls top 5 individuals:
C. Simon JCD 22:21
K. Simon JCD 23:25
Walston ND 23:49
Osting ND 24:40
Hamilton SD 24:53

Boys- Franklin County, Oldenburg, Seton Catholic
Girls- Seton Catholic, Oldenburg, Franklin County NTS
at Oldenburg

Edited Franklin County recap from coach Stacey Meyer: The rain stopped just long enough for the Franklin County cross country teams to run their 5K meet at Oldenburg Academy. Senior boys Ben Maze and Adam Grant continue to lead the Wildcats. Ben Maze navigated the hilly, difficult course to earn 1st place and set a course record. Adam Grant finished right behind him in 2nd. Junior Harmon Marshall was starting to gain ground on Seton Catholic’s Jack Martin, but the finish approached before he could close in. Junior Eric Schwab passed Santiago Schutte halfway through the race and maintained his lead to the end. Sophomore, Owen Darwish had his best race of the season with a time of 26:05.

The Franklin County girls gave a strong performance on Oldenburg’s technical course which was full of hills and turns. Freshman Esther George was the 2nd place finisher with a time of 26:21. She was followed by senior Katherine Apsley, junior Kenzie Rogers and sophomore Moorea Nobbe. Kenzie and Moorea had their fastest times of the season despite the more difficult terrain.

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