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November 3, 2013

Raider boys 8th at state meet

Northridge girls finish 16th.

TERRE HAUTE - The Northridge Raiders ended the season on Saturday with an eighth-place finish in the IHSAA State Finals at the Wabash Valley Sports Center in Terre Haute.

Senior Blake O’Dell was 15th (15:53), sophomore Conner Sandt 53rd (16:24), senior Neel Patel 56th (16:26), junior James Bradberry 91st (16:47), senior Phil Kilmer 120th (16:59), junior Nolan Rhodes 151st (17:18) and sophomore Mitchell Schrock 159th (17:23) for the Raiders.

Team Scores

1, Carmel 59; 2, Columbus North 78; 3, Carroll (Fort Wayne) 192; 4, Brebeuf Jesuit 198; 5, Terre Haute South 228; 5, Bloomington south 230; 7, Indianapolis North Central 230; 8, Northridge 234; 9, West Lafayette 244; 10, Lawrence North 265; 11, Westfield 269; 12, Warsaw 337; 13, Munster 347; 14, Bloomington North 359; 15, Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger 369; Zionsville 382; 17, South Adams 390; 18, Valparaiso 416; 19, Crown Point 422; 20, Homestead 452; 21, South Bend Riley 503; 22, South Konx 581; 23, Lake Central 587; 24, Evansville North 606.

Top 25 Runners

1, Jackson Bertoli (Terre Haute South) 15:32; 2, David Dalton (Greenwood Community) 15:37; 3, Ellis Coon (Warsaw) 15:41; 4, Anthony Didion (LaPorte) 15:43; 5, Ben Veatch (Carmel) 15:44; 6, Cooper Williams (West Lafayette) 15:44; 7, Bobby Browning (Carmel) 15:47; 8, Clayton Bowie (Southport) 15:48; 9, Mark Beckmann (DeKalb) 15:48; 10, Zack Snider (Brebeuf Jesuit) 15:50; 11, Brian Blaylock (Lowell) 15:50; 12, Andy Carr (Columbus North) 15:50; 13, Ben Anderson (Carmel) 15:51; 14, Cameron Clements (Carroll fort Wayne) 15:52; 15, Blake O’Dell (Northridge) 15:53; 16, Kyle Burke (Bloomington South) 15:533; 17, Seth Williams (Columbus North) 15:54; 18, Solomon Rice (Indianapolis North Central) 15:54; 19, Kaden Eaton (Columbus North) 15:55; 20, Brandon Arnold (West Noble) 15:58; 21, Chase Ballard (Columbus North) 15:59; 22, Zachery Panning (Fort Wayne Concordia) 15:59.2; 23, Colin Rinne (Westfield) 16:01; 24, Jacob Schmeling (Carroll Fort Wayne) 16:01; 25, Ryan Kritzer (Munster) 16:04.

Raiders 16th at state

The Northridge Raiders placed 16th at the IHSAA State Meet Saturday at the Wabash Valley Sports Center in Terre Haute.

Northridge sophomore Morgan Blyly finished 84th (19:37), senior Olivia Golden 90th (19:42), freshman McKenzie Love 117th (20:07), junior Nikki Willey 135th (20:26), freshman Mariah King 139th (20:31), sophomore Katelyn Klimer 154th (20:45) and senior Carly Spirito 156th (20:46).

Team Scores

1, Carmel 76; 2, Hamilton Southeastern 122; 3, Columbus North 141; 4, West Lafayette 150; 5, Avon 152; 6, Penn 171; 7, Carroll (Fort Wayne) 180; 8, Westfield 216; 9, Zionsville 289; 10, LaPorte 344; 11, Bloomington South 350; 12, Twin Lakes 354; 13, Franklin Central 365; 14, Pendleton Heights 383; 15, Portage 394; 16, Northridge 398; 17, Homestead 422; 18, Terre Haute South 430; 19, Floyd Central 454; 20, Bloomington South 494; 21, Warsaw 503; 22, Lake Central 512; 23, Huntington North 523; 24, Jasper 528.

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