TITUSVILLE, Pa. – The Lakeview (Class 1A) and Villa Maria (2A) girls and Rocky Grove (1A) and Grove City (2A) boys captured District 10 team cross country championships on Saturday at the Ed Myers Complex.
Grove City was dominant with a total of 23, easily outdistancing second-place Conneaut (94). Lakeview finished with a total of 88, with Seneca coming in second in Class 1A girls at 117. In Class 2A girls, Villa finished with a team total of 49, followed by Corry at 87 and in Class 1A Boys, Rocky Grove finished with a team total of 63, followed by West Middlesex (97).
The second-place teams also qualify for the PIAA championships next Saturday at Hershey.
Grove City’s Josh Jones won the Class 2A boys race in a time of 16:55.0, as the Eagles swept the top three spots (MJ Pottinger, Caleb Hawke).
Lakeview’s Colson Jenkins won the Class 1A boys race in 17:37.6, with Union City’s Landon Myer the lone other runner finishing in under 18 minutes (17:59.4).
Wilmington’s Emma Mason (20:18.4) was first to cross the finish line in the Class 1A girls race, followed by Jamestown’s Karis McElhaney (20:24.2) and Seneca’s Allie Gladitz (20:30.7).
General McLane’s Sydney Bale took home the Class 2A girls title with a time of 19:43.4, with Sarah Clark coming in second (20:02.5)
Allderdice won both the 3A boys’ and girls’ subregional, with the boys edging McDowell 26-29 and the girls finishing with 29 points to DuBois 39. Allderdice’s Ruthie Haworth (19:50) won the girls race and Allderdice’s Jack Barnhisel the boys’ race (17:19.2).