For the second straight meet, the Guthrie High School boys’ cross country team took first place in a deep field. The Lady Jays did not disappoint either with a second place finish.
The Jays not only took first, but did so in a comfortable margin in the 16 team field. Guthrie finished with four runners in the top 10 and five in the top 15 for a low score of 33. Stillwater, who came in second place, finished with 81 team points.
Senior Trevor Sallee, who was also selected as the Rotary Student of the Week, captured the individual title with a time of 16:10.
Westmoore’s Johan Juarez came across the line in second place at 16:59.
Senior Loren Husky came in fifth place (17:36), junior Mason Barney sixth (17:37) and senior JD Coonfield took 10th overall (17:57).
Sophomore Grant Mayer rounded out the scoring with a 15th place finish in a time of 18:09.
The meet is the second straight win after the Jays won the Jacket Run in Choctaw on Sept. 13.
The Lady Jays also had a strong showing among the mix of 11 teams in Class 6A and 5A teams.
Moore High School took the team title by 18 points (57-75) over Guthrie.
Senior Mercy Dement was 36 seconds behind the overall winner Avery Stanley of Yukon. Dement’s second place finish came in at 21:02.
Senior Tori Wells rounded out the top 10 with a time of 21:59 and senior Alessandra Isella finished 14th in 22:27.
Rounding out the scoring was junior Abigail Brown finished 22nd and senior Sierra Warner at 28th.