FORT CALHOUN – The Wayne High girls and boys cross country team sent a handful of varsity runners to compete on the road Thursday late afternoon.
WHS competed on the 5k course during the Fort Calhoun Invite.
Maddie Wilt of DC West won the girls division out of 39 runners in a time of 20:09.
The Wayne High girls took fourth and were led by Laura Hasemann to placed sixth in a time of 21:29.
Other Blue Devil results came from Fatima Lucas-Garcia (16th – 22:49.3), Autumn Avery (17th – 22:49.8), Alyson Avery (24th – 23:41), Andi Belt (31st – 25:02) and Erin Avery (34th – 26:02).
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Keaton Miller of Bennington was the top runner on the boys side out of 52 competitors as he cross first in a time of 17:02.
For Wayne High, Christopher Woerdemann finished 20th at 19:10.
Other WHS boys results came from Sean Aschoff (27th – 19:47), Treyton Blecke (29th – 19:55), Hunter Schultz (31st – 20:03), Ashton Munsell (35th – 20:28.00) and Ethan McCraney (36th – 20:28.5).
The Wayne High girls and boys cross country team will send athletes to join other top runners from across the state from the Kearney Country Club on Monday, September 30. The Class C girls will run at 1:30 p.m. with the Class C boys taking to the course at 2:30 p.m.