WARREN, Pa. – Warren may have come out on the short end of the team scores, but their runners continued to show progress in Tuesday’s cross country meet against Harbor Creek.
The Harbor Creek girls won by a score of 24-35, while the boys won by a 20-43 score.
Warren’s Shyann Rulander had another great day, winning the girls’ race in a time of 21:03, while Morgan Alexander was third in 21:25.
For the boys, Warren’s Sam Lindell was the individual winner in 16:47, with Harbor Creek taking the next seven spots before Warren’s Louis Flatt clocked in at 20:51.
“They are a tough team to beat, but our top runners showed up big today on the individual side,” said Warren coach Kevin Dustin. “Everyone improved their times in this course from when we ran out earlier. This is a big goal of ours to see progress, so we are headed in the right direction.”
In the junior high races, Warren’s Emma Peterson took first place on the girls’ side with a time of 12:06. For the boys, Warren’s Leyton Salvatore was second in a photo finish with Harbor Creek’s Landon Dougan – 11:28 to 11:28.1. Warren’s Sam White and Gavin Heeter were under 13 minutes as well at 12:40 and 12:42, respectively.