The Logan Elm girls led area cross country teams on Saturday by finishing fifth with 122 points in the Fairfield Union Invitational.
The host Falcons topped the nine-school field with 35 points, followed by Watkins Memorial (64) and Westerville North (87).
Top runners for the Braves included Vera Henderly (19th, 23:21.0); Kinley Whited (20th, 23:21.1); Tayla Tootle (25th, 24:06.3); Ella Borland (26th, 24:13.7) and Camryn Ross (68th, 27:28.4).
Amanda-Clearcreek was ninth with 222.
Karlee Parry paced runners for A-C by finishing 36th in 25:03.5, followed by Autumn Parry (59th, 26:29.1); Olivia Nixon (52nd, 26:01.6); Addy Pugh (71st, 27:40.5) and Elaina Van Gundy (95th, 31:20.4).
Circleville didn’t have enough runners to qualify for a team score.
Maddux Bigam finished third individually in the 111-runner field in 20:38.6. Fairfield Union’s Anna Conrad was the race medalist in 20:10.6.
Also running for the Tigers were Ava Justice (42nd, 25:35.7); Meg Warner (44th, 25:45.2) and Kaylyn Milliron (76th, 27:55.5).
Fairfield Union also won the 10-school boys race with 32 points, followed by Liberty Union (70) and Lakewood (73).
Logan Elm came in seventh with 206 points.
Top runners included Drew Tomlinson (15th, 18:34.2); Dane Liggins (45th, 20:07.4); Keegan Kidd (63rd, 21:05.1); Jude Schaal (65th, 21:08.6) and Owen Braun (82nd, 22:19.8).
Circleville was ninth with 246.
Leading runners were Sterlin Mullins (43rd, 20:05.1); Zach Buitendorp (56th, 20:42.7); Preston Hulse (71st, 21:43.8); Brandon Patrick (77th, 21:59.4) and Chip Stanley (92nd, 23:14.2).
Amanda-Clearcreek and New Hope didn’t have enough runners to qualify for a team score.
Participating in the race for the Aces were Cole Reynolds (67th, 21:14.3); Travis Spence (73rd, 21:50.9); Peyton Hill (97th, 23:40.5) and Coleman Kochenderger (119th, 29:07.9).
Running for the Statesmen were Andrew Pohlman (74th, 21:51.5); Dan Pruitt (98th, 24:15.7) and Ethan Conrad (108th, 25:13.5).
Mustangs at Cedarville
The Westfall boys placed third with 111 points on Saturday in the Divisions 2 and 3 race at the Cedarville Invitational.
Cedarville topped the 22-team field with 86 points, followed by Russia with 110.
Leading runners included Josh Trapp (seventh, 17:24.10); Henry Barnes (ninth, 17:29.60); Trent Garder (24th, 18:12.10); Brody Clark (33rd, 18:29.30) and Mason Barnes (44th, 18:49.90).
The Westfall girls finished seventh with 189 points in the Divisions 2 and 3 race.
Indian Lake topped the 17-team field with 69 points, followed by Russia (116) and Cedarville (131).
Caitlyn Shipley finished third out of 154 runners in 20:25.20. Anna’s Paige Steinke was race medalist in 18:20.80.
Other top runners following Shipley were Anay Sierra (seventh, 21:06.20); Gabby Henry (63rd, 25:01.30); Makalie Crabtree (65th, 25:06.30) and Reese Paudicz (75th, 26:00.10).
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