Racing at state

syeagle@demo-mo.comNovember 15, 2013 

The Raymore-Peculiar boys’ cross country team placed eighth in the Class 4 state meet Nov. 9 at Oak Hills Golf Center, Jefferson City.

The Panthers had a team score of 223 points, led by senior Justin Howard in 20th with a time of 16 minutes, 18.52 seconds.

Junior Keaton Wasson finished 32nd with a time of 16:34.55, followed by sophomore Kyle Wathor in 82nd with 17:10.54, junior Courage Davis in 99th with a time of 17:22.3 and junior Cole Brooks in 118th with 17:38.

The Raymore-Peculiar girls took 12th with a team score of 280 points.

The Panthers were led by sophomore Kami Tabor in 47th with 20:01.37 minutes, followed by freshman Kayla Allen in 81st with 20:35.27, sophomore Jamie Wharton in 86th with 20:40.21, sophomore Kiley Deain in 99th with 20:48.93, freshman Brooke Birkett in 115th with 21:01.73, freshman Breanna Birkett in 121st with 21:09.75 and sophomore Alie Gillespie in 131st with 21:28.6.

The Drexel girls’ team had three runners at the Class 1 state meet, led by junior Sarah Cawby in 23rd with 20:51.86. Freshman Alyssa Sosa finished 83rd with a time of 23:03.88 and freshman Tayler Lancaster placed 101st with a time of 23:40.35.

Midway junior Taylor Pierce placed 132nd with a time of 24:16.44.

Sherwood senior Shannon Feurt took 62nd in the Class 2 girls race with a time of 22:22.17, followed by teammate and sophomore Krista Johnson in 81st with 22:54.74.

Pleasant Hill freshman Lauren Larkins took 58th in the Class 3 meet with a time of 21:08.86, followed by junior Courtney Bakken in 104th with a time of 22:05.86.

In the Class 3 boys meet, Pleasant Hill senior Christian Richardson took 129th with a time of 18:56.73, followed by junior Joseph Madison in 137th with 19:08.99.

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