Fayette Boys, Pettisville Girls Win BBC Jamboree In Stryker

(September 30th, 2014)-STRYKER: Skylar Lantz completed the Riverside Greens Course in 16:25, taking first place in the Buckeye Border Conference Race.

That finish helped propel Fayette to a first place team finish in the Jamboree. Christian Suarez and his third place finish at 17:19 also helped the Eagles, along with teammate Jared Wagner earning a fourth place finish in 17:28.

Pettisville’s Kyle Lantz was able to sneak a second place finish amongst the sea of Eagel runners, running a 17:00 flat. Jacob Hauter added a 17:53 to finish eighth.

Edon’s top finisher was Jerry Braun at 18:12, good for eleventh place. Coy Dunkle was the next Bomber to cross the finish line at 18:46 and thirteenth place.

Hilltop’s Ben Routhier and RyLee McCain finished the course in twentieth and twenty-first place, respectively. Routhier clocked in at 19:13, while McCain managed a 19:38.

For Stryker, Israel Aguilar ran a 20:42, while Dustin Teshke followed close behind for a 20:53 finish.

In the girls heat, Alexa Leppelmeier claimed first place for Pettisville by running a 20:09. One second later, fellow Blackbird Nichole Foor earned second place thanks to her time of 20:10.

Hilltop took third, fourth, and fifth place as Madeleine Routhier at 20:49, Kara Brown at 21:05, and Landrey Brown at 21:07 finished back to back to back.

The Hometown Lady Panthers of Stryker were led by Megan Graber, who finished the race in seventh place by turning in a 21:12. Paige Speelman was the next Panther to cross the line at 22:12.

Emillie Keiser guided Fayette with a sixth place finish at 21:09. Liz Maginn was next for the Lady Eagles, running a 23:31 for fourteenth place.

Edon’s Cameron Lord was the first Bomber to complete the course, taking twelfth place at 23:14. Brenda Harrington, in fifteenth place, ran a 23:59 on the Bombers’ behalf.

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