Junior High boys claim opening meet in Kingfisher

Guthrie's Taylor Schroder makes a move on the pack during a race in Kingfisher.

The Guthrie Junior High boys Cross Country team won their first meet of the season at the Kingfisher Cross Country Meet on Saturday at Briscoe Park.

Reid Watson led the Bluejays finishing in second place with a time of 12:49.21. He was followed by Jaxson Mayer in eighth place (13:24), Jayden Countess in 11th place (13:31), Isaac Tally in 14th (13:34) and Ayden Potter in 27th place (14:26) to round out the top five finishers for the Bluejays.

The boys topped the field of nine teams with Binger-Oney finishing second and Jones finishing third.

The Junior High girls Cross Country team finished fifth out of 10 teams. Top finisher for the JH Lady Jays was Taylor Schroder in 17th place with a time of 7:01.97. The other top finishers for the girls were Addison Poupard in 21st place (7:03), Jaydin Alexander in 30th (7:11), Avelyn Sallee in 37th and Jaedyn Dolan in 43rd (7:42). The Lady Jays are fielding a young team this year with only two eighth grade runners.

The one-mile run featured Kingfisher finishing first followed by Alva, Weatherford, Lomega and Guthrie.

The next race for both teams is at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Carl Albert Invitational.

Guthrie’s Reid Watson runs ahead of the field at the Kingfisher meet. He help lead the way for the Bluejay win.


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