Girls Win NBC Title; Boys Fifth

posted Oct 14, 2017, 11:01 AM by Steve Barr
10/14/17 - The girls middle school cross country had the top two runners and put six runners in the top 11 of the Northern Buckeye Conference Championships to easily win the team title with 20 points.  Genoa was the runner-up with 50 points.  Seventh-grader Olivia Vogelpohl was the individual champion running the 3200 meter course in 13:03.92 while seventh-grader Macey Bauder was the second runner across the finish line in a time of 13:35.44.  Seventh-grader Angela Dickerson placed fourth in a time of 13:41.29, eighth-grader Sidney Wank was seventh running 14:18.13, seventh-grader Jordan Beam ran a time of 14:41.93 to place 10th, and eighth-grader Kristen Davis was 11th in a time of 14:45.24.  There were 33 runners in the race.  On the boys side, the Wildcats placed fifth with 115 points.  Genoa won the team title with 42 points.  Eighth-grader Josh Hobbs finished fourth, in a field of 42 runners, in a time of 12:22.86 to lead the Wildcats.  Evan Hoeft from Genoa was individual champion in a time of 11:57.38.  The next Wildcat across the finish line in the 3200 meter race was seventh-grader Richard Torres in 28th-place with a time of 15:36.40.  Eighth-grader Marty Repka finished 32nd in a time of 16:29.04, seventh-grader Logan Hernandez was 38th in a time of 18:06.87, and eighth-grader Nick Rothert ran 20:55.19 to place 42nd.