Camdenton hits the course at Waynesville
Camdenton was back in action at Waynesville Thursday night and the Lakers came away with some notable finishes.
Skyler Sweezor medaled for the Lakers earning 10th in the girls’ race while Garrett Mason finished third and Andrew DiBello took 14th to do the same in the boys’ race.
Up next is district action at Nixa on Saturday morning where Camdenton will look to advance some runners to state sectionals back on its home course at Ha Ha Tonka State Park the following weekend.
Osage goes to battle at Borgia Invitational
After competing in conference action Thursday night, School of the Osage was right back at it in the Borgia Invitational on Saturday morning. The Indians had a fairly decent day as well as the girls finished third out of nine teams and the boys earned ninth out of 20 teams.
“With only one full day in between meets last week, the teams raced well, even if they were tired,” Osage coach Miriam Hill said.
Micah Hill led the Osage girls once again taking 10th with a time of 22:13. Nevaeh Henley finished 19th (23:14), Sara Wolf took 21st (23:42), Sarah Porter earned 23rd (23:54), Karlie Minnehan came in 30th (25:06), Reagan Page finished 35th (25:47.8) and Megan Douglas was right behind her in 36th (25:47.9).
Meanwhile, Derrick Puckett was the boys’ front-runner for the Indians as he took 16th with a time of 18:27. Chase Grosvenor finished 34th (18:52), Payton Bartlett came in 74th (19:50), Steven Crosby earned 82nd (20:10), Dale Lampe finished 109th (21:15), Micah Lehenbauer took 110th (21:17) and Cooper Vickers rounded things up with a time of 21:55 to finish 125th.
Now, the Indians will get a little time to rest before taking the course for districts at Moberly on October 28th.
Versailles takes third at Vienna Autumn Classic
It was a good day for Versailles cross country.
The Tiger boys finished third, a new school record was set and eight out of the 10 runners set personal records. Not a bad day indeed.
Kendall Reger led the pack for Versailles and broke his own school record by taking third with a time of 16:55.63. Ricky Zago was the next fastest Tiger with a time of 18:59, Cylan Burns finished with a time of 19:28, Juan Comstock put up a time of 19:36, Colbey Boicourt came in at 19:44, Seth Newton finished at 19:52 and Trent Hyman ended his race with a time of 21:52.
Up next for Versailles is the district meet in two weeks at Hermitage on October 28th.