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At the front of the pack at Thursday's cross country meet were Zack McHugh, Gabe Amrhein, and  Nerak Patterson. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

At the front of the pack after the first mile at Thursday's cross country meet were Zack McHugh, Gabe Amrhein, and Nerak Patterson. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

Boys cross country wins home meet, girls place second

The Yellow Springs High School boys and girls cross country teams faced runners from Xenia Christian, Xenia and Greeneview at their home course on Thursday, finishing in first and second place, respectively.

The boys team missed a perfect score by one point and won the meet 16–31 to improve their season record to 105–38. Placing in the first four positions were Gabe Amrhein, Zack McHugh, Nerak Patterson and Mitchell Brickson, with Nathaniel Reed coming in sixth.

The Yellow Springs High School boys cross country team takes off from the starting block at their home tri-meet on Thursday. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

The Yellow Springs High School boys cross country team takes off from the starting block at their home meet on Thursday. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

Lois Miller led the Lady Bulldogs with a second place finish, followed by Christina Brewer, who came in seventh. Overall, the team came in second out of three teams. Also running well were Hannah Kumbusky, Alex Beer and Olivia Ramage.

In the McKinney boys race, eighth grader Fielding Lewis captured the individual title with Nathan Miller third and Edward Johnson sixth. The team placed second overall. With not enough runners to compete as a team, seventh grader Charlotte Walkey was the Bullpups top finisher, coming in fifth place, with Sage Hale-Wolfe also running well.

See the Oct. 14 issue of the News for more sports coverage.

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