Capital City Middle School Invitational results
Saturday, October 12, 2013
Several area schools competed in the Capital City Middle School Cross Country Invitational on Friday at Cole County Park.
Lewis and Clark took the title on the girls side with 61 points. School of the Osage was fourth, Thomas Jefferson was sixth and South Callaway was ninth.
Kenzie Gourley of Lewis and Clark won the girls title with a time of 9:31.68. Other top finishers for Lewis and Clark were Syleste Martinez (sixth, 10:34.58) and Katie Ruth (11th, 10:42.92).
The top three finishers for Thomas Jefferson were Lily Tharp (16th, 10:55.99), Madison Tillman (18th, 11:05.06) and Laura Sherwood (19th, 11:08.06).
School of the Osage’s top three finishers were Karli Mennehan (third, 10:19.60), Micah Hill (10th, 10:39.74) and Destin Allen (25th, 11:24.46).
Parker Bailey led South Callaway with a 20th-place finish and a time of 11:08.66. Other top finishers for South Callaway were Kaci Jordan (37th, 11:52.01) and Greta Cross (47th, 12:26.00).
Kayla Jones led Blair Oaks with a 31st-place finish and a time of 11:32.42. The Lady Falcons did not post a team score.
On the boys side Thomas Jefferson was second while Lewis and Clark was fourth, School of the Osage was eighth and South Callaway was ninth.
Cole Biesemeyer led Thomas Jefferson with a seventh-place finish and a time of 8:54.91. The other top finishers for Thomas Jefferson were Natz Erickson (10th, 9:32.75) and Noah Gerandier (18th, 9:42.40).
The top three finishers for Lews and Clark were Max Allen (sixth, 9:24.83), Tucker Cox (ninth, 9:32.39), Tanner Haugen (22nd, 9:54.67)
The top three finishers for School of the Osage were Peyton Bartlett (26th, 10:03.52), Dale Lampe (44th, 10:31.68) and Cooper Vickers (49th, 10:44.10).
South Callaway’s top three finishers were Daniel McDonald (29th, 10:09.37), Gabe Williamson (55th, 10:56.48) and Caleb Diehl (58th, 11:11.83).
Gavin Bernskoetter of Blair Oaks finished 16th with a time of 9:35.62. The Falcons did not have a full team.
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