Panthers pick up win at invite

syeagle@demo-mo.comSeptember 20, 2013 

In their 34th annual Raymore-Peculiar Invitational, the Panthers boys’ team won the event with a team score of 29 points.

The Raymore-Peculiar boys were the best team out of 16 participating. The Panthers were led by Jason Fambrough in first place with a time of 16 minutes, 16.3 seconds.

Justin Howard finished third with a time of 16:47.8, Rhett Hammers placed sixth with a time of 16:54.6, Keaton Wasson took seventh with a time of 16:56.8, Courage Davis finished 12th with a time of 17:18.1, Kit Leonard placed 14th with a time of 17:24.6 and Kyle Wathor took 17th with a time of 17:32.9.

The Raymore-Peculiar girls’ team placed fifth with a team score of 141 points. The Panthers were behind Lee’s Summit West in first with 73 points, Kearney in second with 81 points, St. Teresa’s Academy in third with 87 points and Jefferson City in fourth with 134 points.

Kayla Allen took 21st with a time of 20:32.3, followed by Kami Tabor in 22nd with a time of 20:34.1 and Jamie Wharton in 23rd with a time of 20:37.6. Amanda Wharton finished 39th with a time of 21:07.9, Kiley Deain took 45th with a time of 21:20.1, Alie Gillespie finished 46th with a time of 21:21.3 and Crystin Wilson took 55th with a time of 21:40.3.

The Belton boys finished eighth with a team score of 216 points. The Pirates were led by Chris Basinski in 18th with a time of 17:36.4.

Dylan Amend placed 26th with a time of 17:59.9, Joe Bedwell finished 43rd with a time of 18:38.1, Matthew Lind took 65th with a time of 19:42.6 and Gage Miller placd 81st with a time of 20:21.7.

Harrisonville’s Josh Barnett took 102nd in the boys’ race with a time of 21:19.1.

In the girls race, Belton’s Bridget Byard took 59th with a time of 21:56.5, followed by teammates Brandie Marcoux in 100th with a time of 23:58.3, Alyssa Oritz in 111th with a time of 26:30.3 and Cassady Anneler in 113th with a time of 27:05.3.

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