Greene County hosts cross country meet

The Greene County cross country team hosted its home meet Thursday at Spring Lake park northwest of Grand Junction.
The Greene County teams ran in class AA for larger schools. The girls placed fifth and the boys placed ninth.

Sophomore Bailey Cunningham was again the fastest runner on the girls team, placing 15th with a time of 22:31. Senior Hailey Hall was 24th in 23:02, sophomore Kassie Lamoureux was 34th in 23:56, freshman Conner Allender was 41st in 24:34, sophomores Izzy Bravard and Ashlee Harmeyer, and senior Regan Lamoureux were 57th, 58th, and 59th, respectively, with times of 25:44, 25:44 and 25:49. Other runners whose finishes did not count toward the team score were sophomores Tieryn Tucker, Emily Hofer and Kirsten Lamoureux, and senior Emma Larson.

Team scores in girls class AA were Denison 24, Creston 61, Winterset 66, Algona 84, Greene county 157, Nevada 181,

Kuemper Catholic 198, Boone 214, and Perry 261.
Panorama won in girls class A, followed by Adair-Casey/Guthrie Center, West Marshall, Ogden, Southeast Valley, Roland-Story, South Hamilton and West Central Valley.

Senior Nic Killion set the pace for the Greene County boys with a time of 20:00, good for 35th place. Freshman Luis Valeszco was close behind in 36th place with a time of 20:01. Sophomore Garrett Tasler was 48th in 20:15, sophomore Brian Hardaway was 73rd with a time of 21:34, sophomore Trevor Lebeck was 81st in 21:52, freshman Josh Ewalt was 127th in 25:18, and freshman Anthony Tolsdorf was 140th in 27:20. There were 155 boys in the AA race.

Boys team scores in class AA were Nevada, 43, Kuemper Catholic 81, Algona 83, Winterset 93, Boone 99, Denison 141, Perry 178, Creston 13, and Greene County 229.

Roland-Story won in the boys class A, followed by South Hamilton, Ogden, A-C/G C, Des Moines Christian, Panorama, IKM-Manning, West Marshall, Southeast Valley and West Central Valley.

Paton-Churdan freshman Dalton Butler finished 129th with a time of 24:28.

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