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Holton Girls and Hiawatha Boys Win CC Meet
By Justin Fluke
Copyright: MSC Sports

The Hiawatha Cross Country Invite was held the Country Club on Thursday, September 14th with the Hiawatha boys defending their home turf and the Holton girls claiming first place as a team.  Complete results here

The Holton girls not only won the team title but the individual medalist as well with Eva Cortes finishing more than a minute ahead of every other varsity girl participant. Maya Doney was 4th for the Lady Wildcats while Kennedy Smith (16th) and Elizabetha Goombi (20th) both placed inside the top 20. The Holton girls finished 13 points ahead of second place Silver Lake as a team. 

Hiawatha girls were third with Pauly Rockey coming in 3rd place, Dani Morton 14th and Ava Andres 19th. Nemaha Central girls placed 4th as a team led by Madilyn Mosteller who placed 2nd overall. Hailey Nordhus of the Lady Thunder rounded out the top 10 individuals. 

Addilyn Lefferd was 7th to led Royal Valley to a top five team finish while Amanda Smith was 18th for the Panthers. Other top performances included Laura Metzger of Sabetha who placed 8th, Jennifer Sweeney from Falls City who came in 11th place, Atchison's Adriana Delgado came across the line 12th, as well as Doniphan West who had Laela Idol medal 9th and Belle Smith finish 17th.  

The host champion Hiawatha boys were led by a pair of top five finishes as Jordan Hodge placed 3rd overall and Felix McCartney was 5th just nine seconds behind. The Redhawks also had Aden Geisendorf place 16th, Riley Gibbs 18th and Konner Chandler 22nd. 

Nemaha Central was second as a team and had the individual boys champ as John Langill continued his stellar season. He finished 1st place by just two seconds in front of Dominick Schnider of Royal Valley.  The Thunder got a 7th place medal from Bob Langill while Lane Mosteller finished 14th and Harry Langill placed 24th. 

Falls City boys were fourth as a team led by Tallon Zimmerman's 8th place finish while Ryker McCullough was 11th for the Tigers. 

Holton was the fifth-place boys team with Rylan Pittaway claiming 12th and Sabetha was sixth led by Charlie Lukert and Kalvin Evans who placed 4th and 6th respectively, but no other Bluejay was in the top 40. 

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