Girls Varsity Cross Country · Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 5th place at Franklin Community HS Invitational

  Place Points
Franklin Community High School 1st 53
Center Grove High School 2nd 68
Bloomington High School South 3rd 84
Corydon Central High School 4th 143
Indian Creek High School 5th 160
Greensburg High School 6th 179
Seymour High School 7th 196
Perry Meridian High School 8th 200
Mooresville High School 9th 268
Terre Haute North Vigo High School 10th 275
Jennings County High School 11th 303
Martinsville High School 12th 307
Greenwood Community High School 13th 315
Decatur Central High School 14th 371
Lawrence Central High School 15th 432
Shelbyville High School 16th 0
Greenwood Christian Academy 17th 0

The Lady Braves finished 5th out of 17 teams on Saturday.

This girls team is incredible across the board and they will continue to improve individually and as a group, as they work to make school history in the postseason.

They were led by Phoebe Dowty (20:17) who placed 7th overall out of 138 girls. Phoebe ran a great race from start to finish as she continues to very successfully adjust to the 5k high school distance.

Luci Woodrum (21:50) Paxton Marshall (22:07) Paige Iaria (22:12) Amanda Ulerick & Hannah Seitzinger rounded out our 6 for the day. All running far faster times than they did here last year.

Luci, Paxton, & Paige all ran great races individually as they continue to close the gap on each other and “run as a pack” Luci Woodrum & Paxton Marshall both are getting back into their groove and running with an extreme level of competitiveness as the push to make themselves and teammates better through their leadership and off the charts work-ethic.

We were missing one of our top girls this weekend (Kiley Breeden) whose presence alone makes are girls a much better team. We look forward to having her back with us this Saturday morning @ Cereland Park.

Our ladies continue to impress everyone as they make a push to do things no girls XC team has ever done before, and Coach Devine could not be any more proud.