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October 6, 2013

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GOSHEN — Girls Summary

Northridge (45) — 3, Olivia Golden 20:03.28; 5, Morgan Blyly 20:07.55; 11, Katelyn Kilmer 20:49.44; 12, Molly Campbell 20:52.63; 14, Maria King 20:54.76. Also: 23, Carly Spirito  21;44.67.

Warsaw (45) — 2, Allison Miller 19:37.72; 4, Hannah Dawson 20:06.88; 6, Brooke Rhodes 20:16.28; 16, Madeline Hooks 21:16.51; 17, Aletheia Burritt 21:20.87. Also: 24, Claire Kehler 21:49,62; 29, Hannah Thompson 22:09.49.

Wawasee (57) — 9, Bre Robinson 20:35.11; 10, Bridgette Yoder 20:46.04; 18, Molly Swartz 21:24.92; 30, Delanie Same 22:10.16; 39, Bailey Schroeder 23:10.80. Also: 42, Elizabeth Zorn 23:25.88;

Plymouth (113) — 7, Abby Patrick 20:26.05; 13, Libby Reed 20:53.89; 21, Brooke Wagner 22:00.97; 31, Miranda Hacha 22:12.02; 33, Shelby Harrel 22:19.82. Also: Rachel Crawford 22:24.71; 46, Darcy Fisher 23:49.10.

Concord (118) — 8, Vanessa Steiner 20:31.22; 19, Anna Nisen 21:25.76; 20, Courtney Linnemeier 21:26.59; 21, Ally Smith 21:36; 32, McKenah D’Arcy 22:18.72. Also: 38, MacKenzie Porter 22:45.57; 45, Bianca Marrufo 23:46.74; 48, Tara Lee 24:54.57.

Goshen (145) — 15, Tricia Place 21:07.85; 22, Annelise Wiebe 21:40.59; 34, Ariana Perez Diener 22:24.11; 36, Jasmyn Brown 22:33.52; 37, Beatriz Castillo 22:39.09. Also: 44, Bethany Pollock 23:41.92; 47, Adrienne Henke 23:52.22.

Elkhart Memorial (150) — 1, Sierra Moore 19:09.42; 25, Allison Hoefle 21:51; 40, Allison Grover 23:19.75; 41, Kathryn Luft 23:24.76; 43, Hailey Moore 23:29.23. 53, Alexsis Miller 26:14.84.

NorthWood (204) — 26, Sara Stump 21:56.98; 28, Jen Hilty 22:04.52; 49, Desirae Diamond 25:08.09; 50, Cheyanne Diamond 25:25.50; 51, Jamie McBride 25:50.47. Also: 52, Hannah Walter 26:00.63; 54, Mariah Slabaugh 30:45.00.

Boys Summary

Warsaw (32) — 1, Ellis Coon 16:12.63; 5, Owen Glogovsky 16:48.14; 6, Tyler Houvener 16:49.39; 9, Nick Bergen 16:58.85; 11, Daniel Messenger 17:04.03. Also: 16, Jonathon Beres 17:35.21; 33, Ryan Goon 18:21.52.

Northridge (46) — 2, Blake O’Dell 16:14.19; 3, Conner Sandt 16:40.94; 8, James Bradberry 16:56.26; 12, Neel Patel 17:07.36; 21, Mitchell Schrock 17:44.60. Also: 26, Phil Kilmer 17:53.92; 40, Nolan Rhodes 18:50.51.

Goshen (78) — 7, Gerardo Abad 16:51.63; 13, Shawn Graves 17:16.34; 14, Lane Graves 17:30.44; 19, Ricardo Castillo 17:41.24; 25, Abe Medellin 17:53.00. Also: Jaime Castillo 18:49,68; 41, Joel Byler 19:05.72.

Wawasee (84) — 4, Adam Doll 16:45.56; 10, Zach Cockrill 17:01.71; 23, Austin Yoder 17:46.29; 28, Jacob Tucco 17:57.32; 29, Troy Carolus 17:58.00. Also: 32, Bailey Yoder 18:20.25; 55, Jaxon Bame 22:00.07.

Elkhart Memorial (130) — 17, Jake Chastain 17:36.97; 18, Jarrett Lauer 17:37.86; 22, Alvaro Lopez 17:45.34; 36, Justin Sellers 18:31.15; 37, Austin Miller 18:42.37. Also: 45, Angel Gomez 19:48,14.

NorthWood (143) — 15, Caleb Darr 17:33.81; 24, Jose Medina 17:51.92; 31, Mason Pippenger 18:06:06; 35, Will Schrock 18:28.34; 38, Ryan Price 18:47.87. Also: 19:11.09; 43, Marcus Hershberger 19:15.18.

Plymouth (188) — 20, Kennedy Schneiders 17:43.12; 27, Mason Reed 17:56.32; 46, Zach Ballard 19:56.23; 47, Jordan Morrow 19:59.14; 48, Levi Schuler 20:09.32. Also: 49, Andrew Miller 20:09.83; 52, Zach Hutchings 20:58.42.

Concord (209) — 30, Dominoc Proffitt 18:03.21; 34, Ryan Shank 18:23.82; 44, Jacob Camacho 19:39.35; 50, Dylan Westfall 20:28.66; 51, Gavin Longbrake 20:54.43. Also: 53, Alejandro Cortes 21:24.42; 54, Dylan Troyer 21:45,20.

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