The Lady Camels placed 3rd out of 30 represented teams this weekend, and chipped away at our 1-5 split at 3:33. Sidney Reagor placed 3rd with her strongest race of the year thus far, and followed closely by Gracie Florimonte in 6th. Allie Franzen once again worked her magic of consistent splits and finished 16th with a personal record. Devan Carrigan ran her most aggressive race yet and set a new record of her own. Savannah Krift stepped into the scoring position with focus and a determined finish, and Sophie Loesch followed suit close behind her. Once again the ladies beat all of our regional competition and focused on closing some gaps.
The varsity boys were chomping at the bit on the start line, anxious to pick up where the ladies left off. Christian Slone ran an intelligent and assertive race, gaining the 2nd place spot and running a PR as well. That set the tone for the rest of the team as Noah Slone and Jordan Hartig both ran personal bests and finished in the top 20. Freshman Adam Ruschman worked his way into the top 5, followed closely by Colton Conroy with his fastest time in two years. Anthony Ronnebaum also ran a PR, and was followed by Brennan Perkins hot on his heels and Senior Philip Waymeyer with yet another PR of the day. The boys finished 4th overall of 24 scoring teams, just one point from 3rd. Again, the boys finished ahead of any of our regional competition, and cinched their 1-5 split to 2:16.
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