Both the Guthrie High School and Guthrie Junior High School cross country teams were heavy favorites last week in Cushing. All four teams ran to their ability.
The boys and girls high school teams along with the girls junior high team came away with team titles at the Cushing Invitational XC Meet on October 8. The junior high boys finished second overall.
High School Boys
Senior Mason Barney accomplished another individual win (third on the season) with a time of 17:06 to help lead the Jays to a dominating 91 point win over the second place Mannford team.
Junior Grant Mayer was the next to cross for the Jays with a fifth place finish in a time of 18:07. His freshmen brother, Mason Mayer, took seventh place 15 seconds later.
Junior Jaxon Harden was the fourth Bluejay to finish in the top 10 with an eighth place finish. Junior Dawson Sallee finished in 11th place.
High School Girls
Despite placing three runners in the top 28 spots, the Lady Jays held on for a team win with 108 points and six points behind Adair.
Kamryn Boller (13:33) finished 11th, Hannah Smith (14:33) took 27th and Maddie Bishop (14:39) was next in line at 28th overall.
Junior High Girls
With 109 runners in the field, Guthrie finished with three runners in the top 10 and five in the top 20 to capture the team win.
Guthrie finished with a team low 45 points and was followed by Harrah with 58 team points.
Junior High Boys
The boys team finished second behind Stillwater by 33 points.
Leading the way for the Jays was Riley Wilkerson with a third place finish with a field of 125 runners.
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