Created on Monday, 23 September 2013 Written by THE BELLEFONTAINE EXAMINER STAFF
Bellefontaine’s boys and girls cross country teams competed Saturday at the Troy Invitational in their third race in a week and gave a solid performance.
The Chieftain boys put five runners in the top 50, which was good for 169 points and a seventh-place finish out of 14 teams. Cincinnati Sycamore won the boys race with 36 points.
Bellefontaine’s girls team also came in seventh out of 10 teams.
”It was our third race in a week and we were solid,” said BHS boys head coach Ben Davis. “It was great to see first-year runners Adam Preston and T.J. Lamb crack the lower end of the 19-minute range. Our team is geared to improve greatly from here on out.”
Recording top finishes for BHS were Ryan Dunn in 21st (17:48), Storm Harman in 29th (18:05), Wes Samuels in 35th (18:18), Jay Clement in 49th (18:36), David Guajardo in 50th (18:39), Adam Preston in 74th (19:20) and T.J. Lamb in 79th (19:28).
Also racing for the Chieftain boys were Logan Carr in 117th (20:49), Adam Verbsky in 156th (22:35), Cayden DeMent in 160th (22:48), Tyler Avila in 164th (22:58), Zack Kerns in 175th (23:10), Michael Coakley in 181st (24:06) and Keith Wisecup in 196th (25:18).
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