County cross country teams travel around state to compete Saturday – Hamilton County Reporter

County cross country teams travel around state to compete Saturday – Hamilton County Reporter

The wet climate on Saturday brought about some issues within the cross country world, though among the meets involving Hamilton County teams have been in a position to run to completion.

Noblesville’s ladies workforce traveled to the Columbus North for what was to be a showdown between the Millers and the Bull Dogs, two teams thought-about to be among the many finest within the state. But the meet was deserted after rain compelled the competitors to be halted.

Riley Flynn was among the many Millers runners at Columbus North. (Kent Graham)

Meanwhile, one large meet at a giant venue was in a position to end: The Hometown Savings Bank State Preview Meet on the LaVern Gibson Championship Course in Terre Haute. Fishers’ boys workforce and each Guerin Catholic squads have been at that meet, and every workforce had end result.

The Tigers boys positioned third as a workforce, scoring 69 factors. Zionsville gained the meet with 45 factors, and Valparaiso edged out Fishers for runner-up with 68 factors. The Tigers have been led by sophomore Sam Quagliaroli, who positioned fourth in a time of 16 minutes, 6.8 seconds.

Guerin Catholic totaled 243 factors, good for sixth place. Jack Weber led the Golden Eagles by putting 12th.

In the ladies varsity race, Guerin Catholic completed fifth with a workforce rating of 140 factors. The Golden Eagles had the person winner, with Bridget Gallagher cruising to victory in 19:30.1.

Fishers boys runners: 4. Sam Quagliaroli 16:06.8, 8. Tate Meaux 16:26.3, 15. Austin Wilson 16:55.1, 20. Cooper Kane 16:51.5, 22. Caden Carpenter 16:57.3, 26. Nate Thomas 17:03.0, 27. Matthew Kim 17:04.2, 33. Bryson Slagle 17:14.1, 40. Parker Melling 17:20.1, 41. Logan Arive 17:20.8, 44. Jaden Guffey 17:26.9, 73. Ethan Nix 17:55.0.

Guerin Catholic boys runners: 12. Jack Weber 16:37.4, 48. Luke Moster 17:34.8, 68. Maxwell Fish 17:48.2, 91. Luke Ross 18:38.6, 101. William Gebhardt 18:49.7, 108. James Crocker 19:04.7, 129. John Museck 20:00.8, 134. Luke Jarymowycz 20:09.5, 141. Nathan Traub 20:13.0, 149. Luke Woods 20:34.1, 164. John Constantino 21:24.3.

Guerin Catholic ladies runners: 1. Bridget Gallagher 19:30.1, 28. Sophia Galvin 22:03.2, 36. Ella Smith 22:14.5, 43. Eva Parr 22:32.5, 44. Isabella Galvin 22:33.0, 65. Madison Scheidler 23:08.8, 67. Mallory Ryan 23:10.0, 75. Melina Eckhart 23:37.3, 83. Annie Shedlock 23:54.4, 90. Kyndall Osborne 24:21.1, 94. Delaney Gould 24:47.0, 95. Kadie Coon 24:51.3.

Carmel and Westfield competed on the Brownsburg Invitational on Saturday.

The Greyhounds boys workforce gained the workforce title, scoring 40 factors and putting 5 runners within the high 10 individually. Carmel’s first 5 runners completed sixth by 10th, beginning with Connor Mallon in sixth. He was adopted by Kyle Grove (seventh), Kevin Sweeney (eighth), Liam Oman (ninth) and Kiefer Jay (10th).

Westfield’s boys positioned sixth with 176 factors. Sam Hinds led the Shamrocks by taking 21st.

In the ladies race, Carmel completed an in depth second to Franklin Central. The Flashes scored 55 factors to win the meet. The Greyhounds and the host Bulldogs each totaled 56 factors, however Carmel received the runner-up end on the sixth runner.

Three Greyhounds reached the highest 10. Ella Gaddis completed eighth, simply forward of teammate Sadie Foley, who took ninth. Kaitlyn Oshimura positioned 10th.

Westfield was sixth as a workforce, scoring 158 factors. Olivia Barnett led the Shamrocks, ending in 29th place.

Carmel boys outcomes: 6. Connor Mallon 16:21.62, 7. Kyle Grove 16:28.38, 8. Kevin Sweeney 16:30.10, 9. Liam Oman 16:31.80, 10. Kiefer Jay 16:33.84, 12. Maxwell Meisner 16:38.56, 19. Carter Buhr 16:48.75, 27. Alexander Mundt 17:07.22, 30. Neil Fairman 17:15.26, 31. Hayden Nagel 17:15.82, 33. Eli Gomez 17:19.56, 37. William Gilhooly 17:34.99.

Westfield boys outcomes: 21. Sam Hinds 16:56.36, 35. Ike O’Neill 17:32.62, 47. Ian Porter 18:01.30, 50. William Snedeker 18:08.30, 52. Owen Ferreri 18:11.90, 54. Caleb Douthit 18:19.13, 58. Evan Shupe 18:31.65, 62. Drew Neely 18:46.49, 65. Corwyn Barrows 18:53.93, 68. Owen Dilley 18:59.71, 70. Charlie Naas 19:06.20, 72. John Degan 19:09.30.

Carmel ladies outcomes: 8. Ella Gaddis 19:47.87, 9. Sadie Foley 19:47.87, 10. Kaitlyn Oshimura 20:02.77, 13. Emersyn Weaver 20:09.12, 16. Ellie Smith 20:26.87, 20. Nola Elling 20:31.48, 21. Katy Dascoli 20:38.46, 23. Veronica Strzynski 21:00.95, 26. Savannah Paulson 21:15.35, 30. Arden Finley 21:35.57, 31. Madeline Weisner 21:40.28, 39. Emma Kistler 22:04.43.

Westfield ladies outcomes: 29. Olivia Barnett 21:33.77, 32. Galiena Colon 21:40.89, 41. Hannah Gallagher 22:08.06, 45. Maddie Samreta 22:23.06, 47. Mary Kate Sloan 22:31.26, 50. Izzy McCulloch 22:39.67, 51 Ava Britton-Heitz 22:39.75, 52. Cecilia Schmidt 22:40.29, 58. Rachel Kovacs 22:45.84, 62. Emmeline Hahn 23:27.60, 64. Alana Shank 23:38.08, 72. Laura Shupe 24:22.11.

The Fishers ladies workforce competed within the Marion Invitational Saturday at Indiana Wesleyan University.

The Tigers positioned ninth within the Women’s Chuck Schlemmer Elite Race, scoring 260 factors. Emma Schwertfeger LED Fishers individually, ending in .37th place.

Fishers runners: 37. Emma Schwertfeger 20:37.0, 51. Nithya Murthy 20:59.8, 62. Addison Kane 21:17.1, 64. Abby Lotter 21:18.9, 73. Joana Anton 21:32.3, 85. Claire Riebe 22:04.8, 88. Isabella Murch 22:15.0, 89. Grier Swaim 22:16.5, 90. Corinne McClanahan 22:16.6, 94. Alexandra Baker 22:20.1, 110. Katelyn Thomas 23:15.2.

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