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Hess, Valley girls down two teams

H.S. cross country

ALEXANDRIA — Morgan Hess won the girls race in 21:47 for Juniata Valley in wins over Mount Union, 15-46, and Moshannon Valley, 25-32, in high school girls cross country action on Thursday.

The Lady Hornets dominated the race, with Lexi Reed, Ella McGargle, Reese Zurybida and Adria Russell rounding out the girls’ top five.

Jefferson Hill won the boys’ race in 19:40, and the Hornets defeated Moshannon Valley, 25-32, but lost to Mount Union, 24-35. Matt Musser finished fourth for Juniata Valley in 21:06, and Mo Valley’s Nathan Reams was fifth in 21:13.

BOYS

1. Hill, JV, 19:40; 2. Plank, MU, 19:55; 3. Chilcote, MU, 20:43; 4. Musser, JV, 21:06; 5. Reams, MV, 21:13; 6. Morehouse, MU, 21:26; 7. Beatty, MU, 21:46; 8. Kern, JV, 22:06; 9. Howard, MV, 22:27; 10. Hollibaugh, MU, 23:03

GIRLS

1. Hess, JV, 21:47; 2. Reed, JV, 23:55; 3. McGargle, JV, 24:11; 4. Zurybida, JV, 24:23; Russell, JV, 25:18; 6. Boozel, MU, 25:53; 7. Jiang, MU, 25:54; 8. Hopsicker, JV, 26:28; 9. Brown, JV, 26:50; Kuntz, JV, 26:53

Records: Not reported.

Northern trio all place first

MARTINSBURG — Ian Sherlock, Ian Zimmerman and Connor Laird all crossed the finish line in 18:31, and the Northern Bedford boys picked up wins over Central, Williamsburg and Saint Joseph’s Academy.

Saint Joseph’s Isaac Hyman and Asa Reynolds rounded up the boys’ race top five.

The Central boys also had a win over Williamsburg, 15-50, while losing to Saint Joseph’s, 15-50.

Emilee Sherlock finished fourth in the girls race with a time of 23:05, and the Lady Panthers defeated Central, 15-50, but fell to Saint Joseph’s, 19-36.

The Central girls, while not placing anyone in the top five, defeated Williamsburg, 18-23, but loss to Saint Joseph’s, 15-50.

BOYS

T1, Sherlock, NB, 18:31; T1, Zimmerman, NB, 18:31; T1, Laird, NB, 18:31; 4, Hyman, SJ, 18:40; 5, Reynolds, SJ, 18:44.

GIRLS

1, Simanden, SJ, 22:24; 2, Chappell, SJ, 22:37; 3, Youngmark, SJ, 23:03; 4, Sherlock, NB, 23:05; 5, Carmack, SJ, 23:52.

Records: Not reported.

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