The Annual Edmond Dogpack Cross Country Run was held Friday at Edmond’s Mitch Park. Emily Helms of Mustang continued her domination of the girls cross country season by winning the event. She ran the 3,200 meters in 11:35.38.
Helms held off Edmond Memorial’s Tara Lewis, Edmond North’s Jaci Smith and Norman’s Megan Johnson. Moore’s Lauren Parenica took fifth with a time of 12:15.02. She was just three seconds behind Johnson.
The Lions Alexis Gee also finished in the top 20. Her time of 12:43 was good enough for 17th place. Southmoore’s Sheyna Routon and Westmoore’s Durrett Amber came in just outside the top 20 in 21st and 22nd place.
The Bulldogs won the girls team title with 57 points. The Jaguars were 5th with 154 points. Moore Junior High and Southmoore grabbed 7th and 8th, respectively.
On the boys side, Norman won their second meet of the season at the Edmond Dog Pack Run. Led by Tanner Satterthwaite’s first-place finish, the Tigers topped local Deer Creek by a score of 55-61 over the 5-kilometer course.
Deer Creek’s Arya Bahreini kept with Tiger standout Satterthwaite much of the race, but finished 16 seconds back with a time of 15:58.NHS had four of their top runners finish in the top 12. Al Maeder and Mackenzie Wahpepah-Harris finished in the top 10, while Robert Baines had a great fun to finish 12th.
Westmoore’s Colin Waldrop finisahed in 17th after running the 5k course in a time of 17:23.95. Alex Davis came in 18th, just behind teammate Waldrop.
Southmoore made it to the finals of its own Southmoore Varsity Volleyball Tournament last week. However they fell 3-1 to Midwest City in the title match.
To get there, the SaberCats toppled Putnam City West, Westmoore JV and No. 15 Moore.
The Lions only two defeats of the tourney were to the Cats and Bombers.