Franklin County High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 6th place at South Dearborn High School Invite.
Every single Franklin County runner on the Girls Varsity team set a new season or career personal best at the South Dearborn Invitational. Junior, Lauren Kelley, finished 7th out of 90 runners with a season-best time of 20:33. Senior, Katelyn Meyer, finished 17th, with a time of 22:25. It was a season-best for her, and she is closing in on her career-best of 22:14 with her huge sprint to the finish. Sophomore, Katherine Apsley, finished in 30th place, with a season-best of 24:38. Junior, Josie Selm, had a season PR with her time of 24:46. Sophomore and newcomer to the sport, Emma Cabezuelo, gave her best performance, yet. She also gave a huge sprint at the finish, giving her a time of 25:35. The sixth finisher for the team, freshman Kenzie Rogers, continues to improve with her personal best of 29:43. She has improved by 11 minutes since the season started. The lady Wildcats are continuing to push their limits and drop their times this season.
Team Scores: Greensburg 55, Ryle 70, Columbus East 77, Jennings County 78, Rushville 123, Franklin County 151, Lawrenceburg 164, South Dearborn 178.
Franklin County High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 5th place at South Dearborn High School Invite.
Every single Wildcat varsity boys runner achieved a season or career personal best at the South Dearborn Invitational on Saturday, September 21st. Junior, Drew Grant, the top finisher for Franklin County, crossed the finish line with a career personal best of 18:14, beating his former best time by 26 seconds. Sophomore, Ben Maze, also achieved a career personal best of 18:50, placing 27th out of 91 runners. Hunter, Harvey, and Harmon Marshall all achieved career personal bests by almost a minute each. Hunter, a freshman, brought his time down to a 19:24. Harvey, a senior, dropped his time down to a 19:25. And, Harmon, a freshman, dropped to a 19:43. Senior, Kyle Seibert, has been gaining momentum throughout the season and achieved a season-best of 19:28. Rounding out the varsity team, sophomore Adam Grant, continued the trend of personal bests with his time of 20:29. It was a fast day for the Wildcat boys, and they plan to continue breaking their own personal records as the season continues.
Team Scores: Jennings County 16, Ryle 64, Greensburg 69, Rushville 91, Franklin County 149, Lawrenceburg 201, South Dearborn 212, Madison 213.
Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Stacey Nobbe.