• Bill Caine, Woodford Sun Sports Editor

WCHS cross country competes at Double S Stampede


The Woodford County High School cross country teams travelled to Scott County for the ninth annual Double S Stampede Saturday, Sept. 15. Over 500 runners from the region competed in the event. Woodford County were also represented by the middle school and youth cross country teams. Varsity boys' 5K (Top 50) The Jackets placed fifth with an average time of 19:57. Abran Santos finished 10th (18:43.07), Kyle Holt was 13th (18:56.68), Jerry Creech was 31st (20:33.92), Jalen Newton was 34th (20:47.25), Colin Charles was 35th (20:47.44), Korry Blankenship was 37th (20:52.42) and Jackson Moffett was 46th (21:10.49). Middle School Boys 4,000-meter run (Top 50) The Tigers finished in 8th place with an average time of 18:57. Landon Wettlaufer finished 9th (16:24.08), Jack Lehmkuhler was 41st (18:22.92) and Kai Shea was 43rd (18:25.73). Boys 2K run (Top 50) Chase Thurman finished 30th (8:24.41), Wyatt Shea was 36th (8:33.62) and Jay Wells was 40th (8:43.83). Varsity girls' 5K (Top 50) The Lady Jackets placed fourth with an average time of 25:04. Katie Gatewood was 13th (24:28.78), McKenna Hewett was 14th (24:33.32), Abbey Bluel was 16th (24:54.00), Esther Bradshaw was 23rd (25:37.18), Katherine Crain was 25th (25:48.55), Parker Robinson was 34th (27:13.59), Callie Gormley was 38th (28:15.01), Caroline Murray was 44th (28:42.24) and Emma Hayes was 45th (28:25.01). Middle School girls' 4K (Top 50) The Lady Tigers were runner-up with an average time of 19:19. Maggie Twehues was runner-up (17:07.58), Eva Kate Probus was third (17:28.01), Evelyn Hamilton was 19th (19:17.16), Addison Moore was 27th (20:29.61) and Lainey Banks was 49th (22:13.89). Girls 2K Macy Stickel finished 8th (8:37.39), Larkyn Hewett was 11th (8:59.86), Gabby Gampper was 34th (9:42.55), Kendyhl Dewar was 39th (9:54.82) and Sara Joy Langdoc was 40th (9:55.14). Woodford All-Comers The Woodford County Middle School and elementary schools hosted the Woodford County All-Comers meet Tuesday, Sept. 11 at the Woodford County park. Middle School boys' 4K (Top 25) The Tigers placed fourth in the meet with an average time of 18:10.95. Landon Wettlaufer finished 8th (16:38.51), Kai Shea was 21st (17:48.60) and Jack Lehmkuhler was 23rd (17:48.60). Middle School girls' 4K (Top 25) The Lady Jackets placed third in the meet with an average time of 18:56.51. Maggie Twehues was runner up (17:19.29), Eva Kate Probus was 3rd (17:30.15), Evelyn Hamilton was 16th (19:15.67) and Addison Moore was 22nd (19:59.70). Boys' 3K (Top 25) Ian Griffin was 12th (13:27.37), Chase Thurman was 13th (13:31.09), Wyatt Shea was 22nd (14:13.03) and Jay Wells was 23rd (14:22.07). Girls' 3K (Top 25) Macy Stickel placed 3rd(13:04.45), Larkyn Hewett was 7th (14:28.02), Gabby Gampper was 17th (15:40.19) and Sara Joy Lagdoc was 18th (15:42.77).

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