By Rob Hamilton
The Northmor girls’ cross country team took home the title at Tuesday’s Crestline Invitational.
Lauren Johnson paced the team by placing seventh in 22:32.64, while Riley Johnson claimed ninth place in 22:42.59. Julia Kanagy was 12th in 23:01.18, Julianna Ditullio placed 15th in 23:42.37 and Olivia Goodson finished 21st in 24:16.96. Emilee Jordan was 30th in 25:06.69 and Felicia Galleher ran 36th in 25:48.12.
Also, Maddison Yaussy was 37th, Sydney Kelley was 45th and Carolyn McGaulley was 49th.
Cardington placed fourth in the seven-team race, with Louie Hallabrin placing second overall in 21:23.29. Morgan White was 10th in 22:48.89 and Marlo Young ran 24th in 24:26.82. Also, Hazel Jolliff finished 31st in 25:22.14 and Taylor Thompson took 83rd in 33:44.35.
In the boys’ race, Cardington took fourth out of 12 teams, while Northmor placed seventh.
Cardington was led by Mason White’s third-place finish in 17:15.97, while Racine Hallabrin took 13th in 18:30.01. Mike Rose finished 42nd in 19:55.64 and Austin Henthorn was 45th in 20:03.34. Kaleb Meade claimed 57th in 20:24.26, Devin Gheen ran 79th in 21:25.85 and James Hallabrin took 90th in 22:06.79.
Also, Ryan Clinger was 124th and Bryce Moodispaugh was 150th.
Austin Amens paced Northmor, finishing 23rd in 19:06.45. Gavvin Keen was 29th in 19:21.48 and Connor Radojcsics finished 60th in 20:40.95. T.J. Diehl was 62nd in 20:43.2 and Lucas Weaver finished one place behind in 20:43.8. Nyk Cook ran 94th in 22:15.25, while P.J. Lower placed 96th in 22:26.44.
Also, Jedd Adams was 110th, Dylan Amens was 112th, Jack Sears was 116th, Kolten Hart was 122nd, Jayden McClain was 129th and Tyler Parsons was 144th.
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