Cross country: Miller girls win at Ben Davis, HSE girls win Wildcat Classic

The Noblesville girls cross country team won the Ben Davis Invitational on Saturday. The Millers finished first in a field of 25 teams by scoring 61 points.

The Noblesville girls cross country team finished on top of 25 teams at the Ben Davis Invitational on Saturday.
The Millers scored 61 points to get the win, nicely ahead of runner-up Brownsburg’s 73 points. Fishers came in third with 119 points.
Noblesville’s Abi Little led her team by taking third individually. All seven Miller runners placed in the top 30, with the top five all finishing in the top 20, thus keeping Noblesville’s score low.
Debbie Shera led the Tigers by finishing in eighth place.
“It was a new course this year, but we had great weather conditions for some fast racing,” said Fishers coach Beth Jahns.
University also ran at the meet, scoring 698 points. Charlotte Kumler finished 91st.
In the boys race, Westfield sent several runners to compete, scoring 317 points. Tyler Smith led with a 55th-place finish. University scored 716 points, with Jacob Sager taking 145th.

AT BEN DAVIS INVITATIONAL
GIRLS MEET
Team scores: Noblesville 61, Brownsburg 73, Fishers 119, West Lafayette 149, East Noble 179, Lawrence North 223, Zionsville 233, Avon 252, Plainfield 261, Crawfordsville 278, Southport 287, North Central 302, Center Grove 303, Batesville 310, Westfield 325, Pendleton Heights 340, Bellmont 543, Columbus East 577, Western Boone 589, South Putnam 615, Ben Davis 625, Tri-West 672, Covenant Christian 678, University 698, Danville 705.
Race winner: Emma Wilson (Greencastle) 17:37.66.
Noblesville runners: 3. Abi Little 18:19.66, 12. Sophie Reichard 19:06.05, 17. Bella Sharples-Gordon 19:20.38, 18. Aubrie Deal 19:22.27, 20. Aubrey Swart 19:24.28, 26. Taylor Gregory 19:52.62, 28. Sophie Stahl 19:55.39.
Fishers runners: 8. Debbie Shera 18:56.29, 14. Abby Carter 19:10.14, 22. Tessa Kraft 19:35.82, 39. Corinne Yorkman 20:11.93, 45. Miya Wai 20:17.40, 47. Brynn Urban 20:20.23, 54. Margaret Saul 20:27.16,
University runners: 91. Charlotte Kumler 21:22.08, 131. Jada Swearingen 22:53.86, 165. Rachel Zeh 25:56.81, 169. Jaigh Sanders 26:42.45, 173. Lauren Flickner 27:43.83, 174. Haley Tomlinson 28:36.51, 179. Maya Marks-Strauss 31:23.30.
BOYS MEET
Team scores: Avon 62, North Central 73, West Lafayette 112, Brownsburg 136, Southport 166, Lawrence North 180, Pendleton Heights 213, Center Grove 223, Danville 288, Ben Davis 307, Westfield 317, Plainfield 319, Batesville 333, Greenfield-Central 367, East Noble 400, South Putnam 402, Crawfordsville 485, Western Boone 491, Greencastle 561, Columbus East 577, Tri-West 632, University 716.
Race winner: Michael Crook (Southport) 15:45.08.
Westfield runners: 55. Tyler Smith 17:21.04, 61. Lincoln Strong 17:29.81, 63. Mahamet Djour 17:35.80, 68. Asa Koch 17:40.18, 71. Joe Barnett 17:42.44, 77. Nik Pensyl 17:50.52, 82. Robby Bogdajewicz 17:57.66.
University runners: 145. Jacob Sager 20:36.88, 149. Cordell Wilson 20:44.20, 150. Keegan Priest 20:55.82, 152. Neil Pettinga 21:26.48, 156. Noah Thomas 22:18.86, 157. Ben Westerkamm 22:55.45.

Hamilton Southeastern’s girls edged out Valparaiso at the Wildcat Classic Saturday at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion.
The Royals nosed out the Vikings 36-39; both teams were well ahead of the others in the field. Southeastern had three finishers in the top six: Lulu Black took third, Halle Hill was fourth and Lilly Cummins finished sixth.
In the boys race, Noblesville placed third while Southeastern took fifth. The Royals had the highest-placing county runner, with Grant Wilson finishing in sixth. Blake Hipkiss and Andrew Anderson finished 23rd and 24th for the Millers.

WILDCAT CLASSIC INVITATIONAL
BOYS MEET
Team scores: Valparaiso 39, Zionsville 139, Noblesville 143, Harrison 155, Hamilton Southeastern 164, Huntington North 182, Wawasee 205, McCutcheon 211, Wapahani 259, New Haven 324, Van Wert Lincolnview 363, Culver Academies 366, Norwell 445, South Adams 451, Mississinewa 453, Anderson 454, Churubusco 465, Caston 470, Logansport 524, Lafayette Jefferson 561, Woodlan 565, Hertiage Christian 603, Garrett 612, Bluffton 620, Madison-Grant 652.
Race winner: Mitchell Caston (Caston) 15:30.2.
Noblesville top seven: 23. Blake Hipkiss 16:36.5, 24. Andrew Anderson 16:37.6, 30. Zach Freeman 16:44.5, 33. Cole Kimmel 16:48.5, 36. Travis Hickner 16:54.2, 42. Luke Balciunas 16:58.3, 43. Jaden Wills 16:59.5.
Southeastern top seven: 6. Grant Wilson 16:24.5, 37. James Rathbun 16:55.0, 38. Eric Crothers 16:55.3, 40. Brady Southern 16:56.4, 41. Brady Jarosinski 16:56.8, 44. Eric Swinson 17:00.3, 53. Nathaniel Cho 17:06.4.
GIRLS MEET
Team scores: Hamilton Southeastern 36, Valparaiso 39, Warsaw 130, South Adams 160, Harrison 163, McCutcheon 185, Van Wert Lincolnview 249, Wawasee 282, Norwell 282, Heritage Christian 310, Warren Central 336, Culver Academies 342, Garrett 378, Logansport 430, Mississinewa 448, Caston 489, Bluffton 504, Woodlan 521, Churubusco 555, Anderson 586, Wapahani 600, New Haven 604, Central Noble 614, Madison-Grant 702, Arsenal Tech 732.
Race winner: Sydney Lambert (Norwell) 18:26.6.
Southeastern top seven: 3. Lulu Black 18:34.5, 4. Halle Hill 18:48.3, 6. Lilly Cummins 19:00.3, 11. Ellie Pedersen 19:31.6, 12. Elle Johnson 19:33.5, 18. Brooke Ratliff 19:54.1, 22. Abbie Lohman 20:09.7.

Phoebe Bates paced the field and helped Carmel to a win in the Girls Elite Race at the Eagle Classic, which took place Saturday at Brown County.
Bates clocked in at 17:39.5. The next three Greyhound runners placed in the top 20, and allowed Carmel to win with 73 points, just ahead of Bloomington North’s 81.
Westfield finished in sixth place, led by Gabby Dilick’s fourth-place result.
In the boys race, Carmel finished third as a team. Benjamin Johnson took 23rd for the ‘Hounds. Westfield placed seventh, with Nick Leahy leading the Shamrocks by taking 18th.

EAGLE CLASSIC
GIRLS ELITE RACE
Team scores: Carmel 73, Bloomington North 81, Floyd Central 129, Bloomington South 150, Columbus North 154, Westfield 156, Oak Hill 183, Edgewood 218, Evansville Memorial 260, Barr-Reeve 277, Greensburg 292, Seymour 307, East Central 310, Corydon Central 328, Terre Haute North 361.
Race winner: Phoebe Bates (Carmel) 17:39.5.
Other Carmel runners: 12. Sydney Haines 18:46.2, 14. Lily McAndrews 18:53.7, 19. Lindsay Roper 19:00.6, 31. Anna Morozov 19:29.7, 35. Roni Ledezma 19:32.5, 47. Abby Parker 19:51.8, 52. Halle Welch 19:54.7, 57. Tasha Geisler 19:59.4, 70. Alyssa Eaton 20:18.0.
Westfield runners: 4. Gabby Dilick 18:10.1, 29. Sarah Coates 19:22.4, 44. Ashley Baldwin 19:48.6, 45. Morgen Houck 19:48.7, 46. Carly Bogdajewicz 19:49.0, 49. Ava Zellers 19:52.2, 67. Kyla Curtis 20:11.6, 73. Madison Smith 20:23.9, 74. Sophie Porter 20:24.8, 85. Sophia Brown 20:40.5.
BOYS ELITE RACE
Team scores: Bloomington South 82, Bloomington North 117, Carmel 129, Christian Academy 141, Tell City 147, Franklin Community 149, Westfield 161, Jennings County 174, Homestead 200, Columbus North 242, Terre Haute South 289, Barr-Reeve 307, Floyd Central 310, Terre Haute North 342, Seymour 402.
Race winne: Austin Haskett (Edgewood) 15:08.8.
Carmel runners: 23. Benjamin Johnson 16:04.2, 28. David Anderson 16:09.3, 29. Calvin Bates 16:11.0, 33. William Murphy 16:14.4, 36. Austin Throckmorton 16:17.7, 37. Hudson Alden 16:23.0, 39. Elias Konow 16:25.2, 45. Cameron Harless 16:31.2, 53. Brady Firenze 16:35.5, 62. Patrick Campbell 16:40.9.
Westfield runners: 18. Nick Leahy 15:55.0, 25. Sam Novak 16:08.0, 44. Max Gutwein 16:30.2, 50. Noah Douthit 16:32.7, 51. James McClure 16:33.7, 61. Gavin Clinkenbeard 16:39.3, 85. Duncan McGraw 17:04.7, 86. Luke Tragesser 17:06.0, 106. Jon Huntley 17:32.0.

Guerin Catholic hosted the All-Catholic championships Saturday.
The Golden Eagle boys team was second with 101 points; Cathedral dominated the team standings with 24 points. Quinn Gallagher continued his outstanding season, pacing Guerin with a second-place finish.
In the girls meet, the Golden Eagles placed fourth as a team and had two runners in the top 10. Ellie Schroeder finished in seventh, with Paige Schemanske taking 10th.

ALL-CATHOLIC CHAMPIONSHIPS
BOYS MEET
Team scores: Cathedral 24, Guerin Catholic 101, Brebeuf Jesuit 103, Bishop Dwenger 118, Bishop Chatard 173, Roncalli 180, Scecina 201, Cardinal Ritter 208, Seton Catholic 245, Providence 262, Bishop Luers 268, Oldenburg Academy 318, Andrean 375, Mishawaka Marian 378, Lafayette Central Catholic 396.
Race winner: Cole Hocker (Cathedral) 15:25.6.
Guerin Catholic runners: 2. Quinn Gallagher 15:50.7, 12. Andrew Hall 16:48.6, 25. Nicholas Schramm 17:39.4, 30. JP Spoonmore 17:43.7, 32. Joseph Barrett 17:55.3, 34. Holden King 17:59.5, 56. Aaron Banks 18:39.1.
GIRLS MEET
Team scores: Brebeuf Jesuit 33, Cathedral 72, Bishop Dwenger 78, Guerin Catholic 91, Cardinal Ritter 143, Bishop Luers 148, Bishop Chatard 180, Roncalli 265, Oldenburg Academy 269, Lafayette Central Catholic 270, Mishawaka Marian 271, Scecina 350, Andrean 373.
Race winner: Katherine Modrall (Brebeuf) 18:03.4.
Guerin Catholic runners: 7. Ellie Schroeder 18:58.1, 10. Paige Schemanske 19:20.2, 16. Bea Perez 19:54.3, 31. Raegan Bohbrink 20:46.9, 37. Isabelle Museck 21:27.0, 41. Nicole Powers 21:40.3, 56. Kaleigh Falimirski 23:03.1.

The Hamilton Heights girls team finished second to Twin Lakes at the Maconaquah Invitational on Saturday.
The Huskies scored 79 points to the Indians’ 52. Maria Mitchell had another strong finish, placing second individually. Abby Christiansen was 10th.
Sheridan’s Alexis Weiss competed in the meet, placing 17th.

MACONAQUAH INVITATIONAL
GIRLS RACE
Team scores: Twin Lakes 52, Hamilton Heights 79, Maconaquah 88, Western 106, Lewis Cass 135, Delta 139, Northwestern 184, Lapel 197, Eastern 219, Tipton 258, Marion 286, Kokomo 340.
Race winner: Maggie Gutwein (TL) 18:32.6.
Heights runners: 2. Maria Mitchell 19:32.9, 10. Abby Christiansen 20:45.6, 19. Abby Roth 21:29.5, 27. Morgan Guthrie 21:55.2, 36. Elizabeth Shrock 22:45.0, 39. Maddie Dotlich 22:57.8, 52. Kylie Schakel 23:29.1, 54. Jenna Tomaszewski 23:36.5, 75. Ellie Hunter 25:59.1
Sheridan runner: 17. Alexis Weiss 21:27.9.

The Fishers boys team finished fifth in the 3A division at the First to the Finish Invitational at Peoria Manual Saturday.
Sam Kuhn placed ninth individually.

The Noblesville girls cross country team won the Ben Davis Invitational on Saturday. The Millers finished first in a field of 25 teams by scoring 61 points.

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