“Both Jennifer and Carlie ran extremely well on Saturday and are both challenging for varsity spots. They are back to where they left off at the end of last season and I hope they can continue to improve between now and the end of the season,” said Morrill.
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Caston placed 10th (242) and Cass was 12th (289). Rochester won the event with 57 points.
Caston’s Adrianna Dague placed 13th in 20:15 to break her own school record. She was followed by Jenna Showley (22:34), Hannah Cousins (27:16), Marli Leazenby (27:27), Krysta Schanlaub (29:02) and Hope Weaver (30:08).
Haley Johnson placed 14th in 20:53 to lead the Kings. She was followed by Megan Greer (26:26), Sydney Sofronici (28:52), Katie Lane (29:20) and Ivette Prado (29:24).
Logansport placed sixth at the event held at Indiana Wesleyan.
Jacob Graf paced the Berries with a 16th place finish overall with a personal best time of 17:04. Alex Calisto was 22nd overall in 17:30 and Orlando Toloza was 29th in 18:16. Zac Hoover finished 33rd in 18:31 and Kenny Echols was 39th in 19:06. Ryan Julian came in at 45th with a 19:23 and Trevor Benn was 50th in 19:38. The Berries were without senior Kyle Jordan on Saturday due to illness this past week.
Kennedy Achey led the junior varsity Berries with a top 25 finish in 18:45.
The meet was won by Hamilton Southeastern with 24 points. They were followed by South Adams, New Haven, Oak Hill, Angola, Logansport, Southwood, Indianapolis Arsenal Tech and Southern Wells.
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Caston placed ninth (254) and Cass placed 13th (335). West Noble won with 47 points.
Seth Cousins placed ninth in 16:24 to lead the Comets. He was followed by Darin Chew (18:47), Dalton Daily (19:07), Andrew Smith (19:20), Brant Buczkowski (21:09), and Dawson Oliver (21:41).
Cail Brown placed 50th in 18:13 to lead the Kings. He was followed by Lucas Bowman (19:52), Brady Bryan (20:02), Austin Hoch (21:27) and Nolan Sharpless (22:16).