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October 21, 2013

Cross Country: E/P girls claim 8th

PEORIA, Ill. — Led by a 12th-place finish from junior Corrie Reiley, Erie/Prophetstown claimed eighth place Saturday in girls cross country competition at the Patriot Invitational at Detweiller Park.

The Panthers finished 12th out of 33 teams in the boys race.

Reiley ran the 3-mile state-meet course in 18 minutes, 58.9 seconds. Daly Galloway, a freshman from Gardner-South Wilmington, won the race in 18:02.6, 14 seconds ahead of runner-up Kirstie Ramsey of Annawan-Wethersfield.

Emily Hanover was the next Panther across the finish line. She took 66th place in 20:37.2.

Erie/Prophetstown finished with 292 points. St. Joseph-Ogden, which placed 10th in last year’s Class 1A girls team standings, won the team title with 77 points.

Lucas White led the Erie/Prophetstown boys, covering the 3-mile course in 16:38.7 for 44th place. Braedon Bonnell was 52nd in 16:48.5. The Panthers finished with 404 points.

Elmwood-Brimfield, last year’s Class 1A state runner-up, was the boys champion with 79 points, four points ahead of Sterling Newman. Michael Cook of Annawan-Wethersfield won a tight battle for the boys individual crown. Cook finished in 15:16.6, while less than 9 seconds separated runner-up Al Baldonado of Spring Valley Hall (15:22.6) from the seventh-place finisher.

 

PATRIOT INVITATIONAL

GIRLS

Team standings

1. St. Joseph-Ogden 77; 2. Annawan-Wethersfield 97; 3. Henry/Midland 170; 4. Ottawa Marquette Academy 179; 5. Elmwood/Brimfield 186; 6. Kankakee Bishop McNamara 190; 7. Pleasant Plains 249; 8. Erie/Prophetstown 292; 9. Knoxville 294; 10. Amboy 308; 11. Minonk Fieldcrest 315; 12. Edwardsville Metro-East Lutheran 316; 13. Heyworth 341; 14. Sherrard 379; 15. Lawrenceville 391; 16. Bureau Valley 402; 17. Athens 421; 18. Lewistown 422; 19. Mercer County 463; 20. El Paso-Gridley 465; 21. Robinson 487; 22. Franklin 496; 23. Rockridge 516; 24. Gardner-South Wilmington 526; 25. Spring Valley Hall 556; 26. Williamsville 677; 27. Glasford Illini Bluffs 805.

Individual leaders

1. Daly Galloway (Gard-SW) 18:02.6; 2. Kirstie Ramsey (Annawan-Wethersfield) 18:16.6; 3. Ericks Hibser (Lew) 18:17.4; 4. Megan Grady (Am) 18:31.9; 5. Jillian Monier (Hen/Mid) 18:34.9.

ERIE/PROPHETSTOWN — 12. Corrie Reiley 18:58.9; 66. Emily Hanover 20:37.2; 95. Mikayla Bolton 21:32.8; 97. Karli Redell 21:36.7; 106. Rebecca Arnolts 22:02.3; 109. Ashlynn Steel 22:05.4; 125. Heather Strike 22:31.4.

BOYS

Team standings

1. Elmwood/Brimfield 77; 2. Sterling Newman 81; 3. St. Joseph-Ogden 116; 4. Pleasant Plains 138; 5. El Paso-Gridley 231; 6. Bureau Valley 258; 7. Shelbyville 269; 8. Oneida ROWVA 312; 9. Mercer County 322; 10. Robinson 348; 11. Beecher 392; 12. Erle/Prophetstown 404; 13. Spring Valley Hall 415; 14. Chrisman 432; 15. Henry/Midland 467; 16. Heyworth 476; 17. Ottawa Marquette Academy 503; 18. Kankakee Bishop McNamara 527; 19. Cullom Tri-Point 533; 20. Williamsville 540; 21. Sherrard 563; 22. Minonk Fieldcrest 585; 23. Lawrenceville 587; 24. Edwardsville Metro-East Lutheran 602; 25. Knoxville 605; 26. Manito Midwest Central 635; 27. Auburn 653; 28. Farmington 677; 29. Rockridge 720; 30. Havana 725; 31. Granville Putnam County 767; 32. Amboy 769; 33. Athens 770.

Individual leaders

1. Michael Cook (Annawan-Wethersfield) 15:16.6; 2. Al Baldonado (Hall) 15:22.6; 3. Rolando Aguillar (Kewanee) 15:24.2; 4. Cody Baele (Annawan-Wethersfield) 15:25.4; 5. Nate Herridge (Elm-Brim) 15:27.2.

ERIE/PROPHETSTOWN — 44. Lucas White 16:38.7; 52. Braedon Bonnell 16:48.5; 74. Tyler DeVault 17:10.5; 117. Kyle Behrens 17:57.2; 154. Jared Cole 18:45.4; 194. Josh Bowling 19:28.7.

 

 

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