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Miller, Price qualify for state XC meet

Published 12:34am Monday, October 28, 2013

Jim Walker


PEDRO — It was a great day for a run. So good, two area cross country runners are making plans to run some more.

At last Saturday’s Division II regional meet at Pickerington North High School, Rock Hill’s Seth Miller ran a 17:05.44 time to finish 14th and qualified for the state cross country meet Saturday.

In the girls’ Division II meet, Fairland’s Jessica Price earned a state berth by finishing No. 1 with a 19:40.86 time.

Allyson Malone of Alexander won the meet with a 19:14.61 time.

The top 16 finishers advance to the state meet to be held at National Trail Raceway in Hebron. The boys’ Div. II meet begins at 2:15 p.m. The girls’ Div. II meet is at 11:45 a.m.

Also running for Fairland were Angel Wallace (No. 91 at 23:01.21), Kaylan Hager (No. 100 at 23:23.61), Abby Hankins (No. 109 at 23:51.88), Emma Fulks (No. 112 at 24:12.79) and Jacie Rucker (No. 121 at 26:37.67).

The Lady Dragons were No. 13 as a team with 296 total points.

South Point’s Tyler Mathes ran a 17:40.72 and was No. 36 overall. Josh Sifford of Fairland was No. 50 with a time of 17:52.13.

The winning time was 16:01.99 by Matt Bromley of Sheridan.

In the Division III boys’ meet, Ironton’s Chad Garris had a 19:58.31 clocking and finished No. 93 overall.

Coal Grove’s Wyatt Schultz was No. 113 with a 22:16.09 time and teammate Michael Kearns was three spots back at 22:45.07.

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