Area cross country
Pontiac placed sixth at the Runnin’ Red Invitational cross country meet over the weekend.
The Indians had three runners place in the top 12 en route to collecting 167 points in the 21-team boys’ meet. Mahomet-Seymour edged U-High to win the meet with 62 points.
Joshua McCoy was seventh overall at 15 minutes, 15 seconds. Shawn Milhauser was 10th with a time of 15:23 and Zac Justus was right behind in 12th at 15:27. Ryan Ingram (61st, 16:29) and Logan Durham (77th, 16:52) completed the scoring. Brayden Cain (16:59), Kory Wells (17:39) and Garrison Green (17:42) also competed.
The girls did not field a full team. Lacey Kaminksi was the top runner for PTHS at 19:35. Anna Turner came in at 20:40 and Katelynn Propes ran 22:47.
FAIRBURY — Shelbyville and Eureka won team titles at the Prairie Central Invitational cross country meet over the weekend.
Eureka took the girls’ portion with a 69. Fieldcrest was second with 90 and Prairie Central took third at 120.
Cassie Mundekis of Midwest Central won in 18:20.8. Fieldcrest’s Maria Baldwin was second at 18:29.3.
Caitlyn Ifft led the Hawks with a time of 19:44.9 for ninth place overall. Also running for PC were Bernadette Strong (20:07.7), Sydney Matson (20:54.1), Daphne Matson (21:33.4), Linnea Johnson (21:56.2), Trystan Anderson (22:44.6) and Amanda Razo (23:02.1).
Shelbyville won the boys’ meet with 26 points. Prairie Central was fourth at 131. Daniel Plunkett of Pleasant Plains won the race at 15:17.1.
Brandon Allsup led the Hawks with a 12th-place time of 16:33.5. Ryan Masters (16:56), Avery Walter (17:33.3), Bjorn Johnson (17:46.1), Daniel Costa (17:54.3), Josh McWilliams (18:09.4) and Seth Miller (18:47) also competed.
Columbus Day Invite
The Gardner-South Wilmington Panthers competed at a meet Monday but did not field full teams.
Lane Hoffman was 43rd in the boys’ race at 16:32. Clay McCormick (17:41), Austin Walsh (17:57), Ryley Christoff (18:03), Nathan Ruffatti (18:34) and Ryan Cookingham (20:06) also competed.
For the girls, Chelsea Schultz led the way with a time of 16:28. Sarah Jablocki was next at 16:36 with Kitrina Hayner (17:11) and Alyssa Brownlee (17:48) following.