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September 24, 2013

Local teams run at South Knox Invitational

MONROE CITY — Washington, Washington Catholic, Barr-Reeve and North Daviess all ran at the South Knox Invitational at the South Knox High School on Saturday.

Barr-Reeve’s Jarit Perkins won the boys race Saturday. The sophomore ran the South Knox course at 16:26. Washington Catholic’s Sam Baker was 10th, running 17:28, and Washington’s K.C. Heller was the Hatchets’ top finisher, running in 17:54.

The Vikings were seventh in the boys race, followed by Washington. North Daviess finished 22nd.

Finishers in the race include, for Barr-Reeve: Kurt Bauer (18:27), Martin Winkler (18:49), Kalen Ochs (19:12), Sam Craney (19:20), and Chayse Wagler (19:36). For Washington, finishers include: Austin Gray (18:40), Curt Potts (19:23), Timber Shelton (19:29), Dalton Short (19:30), Koty Hatton (19:45), and Noah Frances (20:43). North Daviess runners include Isaiah Borders (20:36), Brian Asdell (21:50), and K.C. McDowell (22:10).

In the girl’s race, Barr-Reeve’s Emily Schultheis finished fifth, running the course at 21:23. Washington’s Brandi White was 19th with a run of 22:33. Jenna Meadows paced North Daviess with a run on 24:49 in 69th place and WC’s Sydney Dunbar was 81st with a time of 26 minutes.

The Cougars were the top area finisher in 16th place. Washington was 17th.

Other area finishers included Barr-Reeve’s Cassidy Brothers in 76th, with a time of 25:28. For Washington, finishers include Lauren Atienza (30:26), Rebecca Guthrie (30:37), Cara Atienza in (32:20), Sydni Riester (32:50), Josie Henson (36:30) and Margaret McCormick (36:50). For North Daviess, runners were Hannah VanderMel (26:27), Cassie Atchley (28:14), Caitlin Chestnut (29:42) and Abby Clifford (29:54).

In the junior high girls race, Barr-Reeve’s Natalie Graber won with a time of 11:25. Andrea Graber was 11th (12:28), Rachael Wilson was 19th (12:39), Katie Wagler finished 27th (12:39), Hannah Fuhs was 32nd (13:03), Mary Lang was 34th (13:07), and Alexis Bauer finished 58th (13:46)

The team placed second overall in the race.

In the B race, Barr-Reeve finishers include: Ellie Knepp (14:08), Makenna Pruett (14:25), Chloe Knepp (15:10), Madison Gist (15:14), Kendall Tompkins (16:01), Alyssa Lasher (16:43) and Brooke Kavanaugh (17:05).

Washington Catholic was led in the girls race by Kelley Garcia with a time of 15:35. Other finishers included: Keonia Thomas (16:32), Hannah Ashby (16:49), Gwen Underhill (16:51), Julissa Ramirez (17:36), Caitlin Cox (18:16) and Lindsey Jerger (19:10).

In the boys junior high race, Luke Conolty led WC with 12:20, finishing 51st. Other finishers included: Trent Garland (12:41), Gabe Fiscus (13:04), VeJay Burris (13:06), Blake Hunter (13:34), Clayton Underhill (14:25), and Payton Underhill (14:46).

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