KYtrackXC.com's Tyler Karnes will be on site with coverage.
Does anyone know what time the races will start?
9:00 AM GIRLS VARSITY 5000 M
9:45 AM BOYS VARSITY 5000 M
10:30 AM GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY 5000
11:30 PM BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY 5000 M
12:45 PM GIRLS MIDDLE SCHOOL RACE 3000 M
1:15 BOYS MIDDLE SCHOOL RACE 3000 M
1:45 ELEMENTARY GIRLS 1600 M
2:15 ELEMENTARY BOYS 1600 M
Laureano takes the win in around 16:25. Nolan Gerlach gets second with 16:43 and Brady Baker comes in third somewhere in the 16:50s.
Very muddy out here but the rain has completely stopped, the sun is out and it's somewhere in the 60s. Will work on getting the final girls results out soon. Weather slowed me down on the way and didn't get to see the leaders come through.
Cooper should take the win having 4 in well before anyone else and their fifth close enough to hold down the victory.
Girls varsity, Bales 19:35, Ossege 20:07, Mearns 20:17, Victor, 20:30, Duncan 20:34.
Highlands 43, Ryle 73, Brossart 74, Scott 108, Holy Cross (Cov.) 169
I'm not sure if anyone sat out for Ryles, but Highlands had 5 through before Ryle's pack came through. If their 5th can continue to drop time (today their 5th ran a 22:28) they have a great shot at that state title.
Boys varsity results: Laureano 16:28, Nolan Gerlach 16:28, Baker 16:54, Caldwell 17:01, Trenary 17:02, Stewart 17:06.
Team results: Cooper 56, Lex Cath, 104, Ryle 106, Highlands 126, Bishop Brossart 136
JV races just wrapped up. In the girls, Ryle and Brossart had the strongest showing, with Brossarts pack of 3-6 giving them a 1 point victory over Ryle, who had 1-2, 32 to 33.
In the guys, Cooper took 1-2 and had a strong outing, but Ryle filled in 3-7 with another about 10th. Ryle and Cooper basically filled out the top 10 in the guys JV.
Top 7 runners are far from being decided for Highlands,have not had full team run a race yet,and some runners have yet to run a race,some just one race. Competition on the team is way up this year and girls are just starting to get in shape;should be a very fun year. Highlands Middle School team also won today with some very good runners who could move up to varsity, and making the future look VERY good.
Have to agree that Highlands varsity girls look very strong this year. Also was a great varsity race between Ossege and Bales in very sloppy conditions. Ossege, Bales and Dugan raced to an early lead until Dugan (who either went down or had to pull out). Ossege and Bales exchanged leads several times thru the first two miles until Bales was able to get the lead and hold on for the win. Highlands Mearns and S. Ossege continue to show why Highlands is going to be a state favorite. Grant Co coaches and parents did an excellent job running the invite in not so great conditions to start the day.