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Area cross country

Published: Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 11:31 a.m. CST

Centerville Invite

CENTERVILLE — The Clarke boys cross country team finished ninth and the girls finished 11th at the Centerville Invite here on Oct. 2.

“It was a nearly perfect day,” head coach Kyleen McCann said. “It seemed to be a fast course today.”

Chasen Selsor led the boys to the ninth-place finish out of 14 teams, with his 35th-place finish in 18:43. Corbin Simmons finished close behind in 42nd place at 19:03.

Christian Andrade finished 48th with a time of 19:18 and Jake Manternach was close by as he finished 51st in 19:24. Mason Simmons finished 71st in 20:45 to round out the team scoring.

Kylar McCann led the way for the girls team, finishing 18th in 17:39 for the 4K course. Tiffany McKnight came in 43rd with a time of 19:24.

Elly Watkins finished 64th in 21:49, while Samaria Parada finished 68th in 22:45. Mayela Vega rounded out the team scoring with a 69th-place finish in 22:46.

CENTERVILLE INVITE

GIRLS

Clarke — 18. Kylar McCann, 17:39; 43. Tiffany McKnight, 19:24; 64. Elly Watkins, 21:49; 68. Samaria Parada, 22:45; 69. Mayela Vega, 22:46; 70. Tracy Morgan, 22:52.

BOYS

Clarke — 35. Chasen Selsor, 18:43; 42. Corbin Simmons, 19:03; 48. Christian Andrade, 19:18; 51. Jake Manternach, 19:24; 71. Mason Simmons, 20:45; 81. Jared Jamison, 21:22; 89. Nick Johnston, 22:36.

Clarke JV — Ali Aly, 24:00; Geo Smith, 26:51.

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