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Henrietta, Bellevue JH teams compete


Junior high cross country teams from Henrietta and Bellevue competed in the Lindsay Invitational Meet Sept. 24.

In the boys division, Bellevue finished eighth with 211 points in the team standings, while Henrietta’s runners competed only as individuals.

Coy Patterson led the Henrietta pack in the 3,200-yard race, finishing 13th. He was followed by Justin Koetter in 16th, Zack Sowers in 53rd and Triston Rodgers in 54th.

Lane Morris placed 47th for Bellevue, followed by teammates Jacob Watkins in 66th, Edward Oston in 79th, Michael Hanson in 81st and Eric Delace in 82nd place.

In the boys division, 83 runners competed. No times were available.

Gainesville Junior High took first place in the team standings, followed by Pilot Point in second and Sanger in third.

In the girls division, Henrietta placed ninth as a team with 258 points and a total time of 1 hour, 36 minutes and 45.05 seconds. The Lady Cats average time was 19 minutes, 21.01 seconds. Bellevue followed in 10th place with 279 points, an overall time of 1:40:6.89 and an average time of 20:01.38.

Kristina Aylor finished in 46th place for Henrietta with a time of 16:11.11. She was followed by teammates Madeline Koetter in 83rd with 18:52.22, Haley Fletcher in 92nd place with 20:13.85, Angel Ford in 93rd place with 20:19.70 and Mikayla Collins in 101st place with 21:08.17.

Leading the Bellevue pack was Devon Cassetty in 72nd place with 17:37.23, followed by Emily Trail in 88th with 19:45.96, Alex Brown in 97th with 20:29.57, Sade Sutton in 100th with 20:58.41 and Zoe Sutton in 103rd with 21:15.72.

Sanger finished first in the team standings with 31 points. Gainesville took second with 60 points and Era was third with 98 points.


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