NEW MADISON – The Bradford girls cross country team captured the top three individual spots to help them win the team title in the Cross County Conference league meet on Saturday at Tri-Village. The Railroaders totaled 32 points to claim the championship.
Skipp Miller was the overall top runner with a time of 20 minutes, 27.14 seconds. Karmen Knepp was runner-up in 20:36.96 and Austy Miller came in 3rd place in 20:46.28. Bradford also had two other runners place in the top 30 with Olivia Daughtery (22:36.58) in 9th place and Mercedes Smith (23:24.13) in 17th place and just missing the top 30 was Jenna Shellabarger (25:17.89) in 31st place.
Ansonia finished in 4th place with 115 points as a team and had five runners in the top 30. Lydia Snyder led the way in 16th place with a time of 23:21.61 followed by Mariah Troutwine (23:30.9) in 18th, Olivia Wright (24;27.61) in 25th, Emily Wright (24:31.99) in 27th and Cierra Rosinski (24:42.8) in 29th. Kierra Reichert (26:03.07) was 35th and Deanna Moody (30:12.81) was 43rd.
Arcanum totaled 120 points to finish 6th as a team with Lydia Shannon finishing 7th overall with a time of 22:00.19. Aidan O’Brien (23:47.82) was 21st,, Elora Sudduth (23;59.57) came in 22ndplace followed by Regan Weaver (25:29.93) in 32nd place, Chloe Eberhard (26:23.04) in 38th place, Melanie Kutter (26:25.86) in 40th place and Makenna Gunckel (33;21.38) in 48th place.
Franklin Monroe, Mississinawa Valley and Tri-Village competed in the league meet, but didn’t have enough runners to compete in the team competition.
For Franklin-Monroe, Selene Weaver finished 10th overall as an individual with a time of 22:10.66. Nicole Brocious (24:04.8) placed 26th.followed by Raegan Warner (25:17.7) in 37th place and Kim Fourman (46:39.1) in 68th place.
For Tri-Village, Lissa Siler completed the race in 35th place with a time of 24:51.2. Also for the Patriots, Samantha Combs (27:11.5) came in 53rd place, Meredith Butsch (29:56.5) placed 56th overall and Emma Printz (30:15.4) finished in 58th place.
For Mississinawa Valley, Noemi Arrona (27:03.6) finished in 51st place followed by Madison Hayes (34:26.6) in 66th place and Gabby Rammel (34:55.3) in 67th place.