Cassville cross-country tearing up the trails
Cassville roars at Lamar cross-country event
The Cassville cross-country team turned in a solid performance at the Lamar Invitational on Thursday.
Jordyn Stafford turned in the performance of the day, taking second place in the girls division with a 21:22.20. She finished just behind Kaci Singer, of Aurora, with a 20:58.30.
Stafford was the lone varsity female entry for Cassville.
On the boys side, Stockton won the event with 89 points. Carthage was second with 140 points. The Wildcats took 10th in the 21-team field with 269 points.
27th, Steven Collinwood, 18:46.50
41st, Pace Evans, 19:10.80
50th, Cole Jackson, 19:31.80
71st, Quinn Cook, 20:06.40
92nd, Kel Wilson, 20:41.20
108th, Nathan Dick, 21:23.70
124th, Zane Mebruer, 22:17.30
In the junior varsity division, Cassville took fourth out of five teams with 104 points. Stockton was first with 24.
Junior varsity results
28th, Josh Case, 22:57.80
36th, Gavin Moore, 24:29.90
40th, Eli Pickett, 25:18.30
42nd, Cole ONeill, 25:35.60
50th Jayden Bowman, 26:48.00
The Wildcats middle school boys finished 11th out of 14 teams.
Results for the middle school boys are as follows:
28th, Jacob Martinez, 9:26.20
35th, Ethan Bohmke, 9:36.60
45th, Caleb Leach, 9:46.00
96th, Levi Maher, 10:52.30
97th, Carlos Padilla, 10:54.60
100th, Kenneth Hunter, 10:56.80
101st, Kory Hilburn, 10:57.40
143rd, Nic Sanders, 12:03.80
167th, Kayden Fuchs, 14:07.70
172nd, Bently Barber, 14:34.90
174th, Oliver Bowman, 14:43.70
The Lady Wildcats middle school squad finished third out of nine teams.
Results for the middle school girls are as follows:
14th, Jolie Evans, 10:35.20
15th, Treva Samuel, 10:36.70
29th, Ella Reuter, 11:23.00
33rd, Marianne McCracken, 11:29.90
46th, Annie Moore, 12:03.00
98th, Aileen Curbox, 15:22.70
107th, Chaney Cox, 16:03.20