Wilmington’s Trevor Billingsley and East Clinton’s Carah Anteck qualified for the regional cross country meet this Saturday at Troy.
Anteck broke her own school record with a 19:53 run in the Division III District meet at Voice of America Park. She was fourth overall in the race.
Anteck will run 9 a.m. Saturday in the regional meet. Billingsley will run 4 p.m. Saturday in the Division I regional meet in Troy.
In district competition, Wilmington ran at Elvin R. King Cross Country Course at Cedarville University.
East Clinton, Clinton-Massie and Blanchester ran at Voice of America Park.
For the WHS girls, Kennedy Moore was 96th in 23:27.1.
On the boys side, WHS was 21st in the team standings with Billingsley finishing 28th in 16:39.
Also for WHS, Henry Hildebrandt ran 18:58.6, Conner Walters 18:59.8, Tony Wilens-Mabry 21:20.7, Brandon Walters 21:42.5 and Aiden Matheney 23:07.1.
For Clinton-Massie boys, Jacob Ryan (20:29) and Toby Hayes (21:24) ran season best races. Carson McDowell ran 24:38. Bryce Hensley was the top CM runner, placing 37th in 19:44.
For the East Clinton, the boys were eighth in the team standings in the A race with Justin Arnold finishing 16th in 18:24.1.
Also, Zach Vest ran 19:26.2, Jacob George 21:14.2, Matej Jostak 21:54.4, Hayden Beiting 22:12.2, Michael Horn 22:41.7, Van Frye 22:56.5.
For Blanchester, the boys were eighth in the team standings in the B race with Nick Musselman running 19:20.9 and finishing 34th.
Also, Drew Wyss 19:23.6, Nainoa Tangonan 20:22, Joe Mills 23:21.0, William Knapp 23:25.8
For the Clinton-Massie girls, Dakota Cartner ran 27:15 and Mia McCarty ran 27:35.
Also for East Clinton’s girls, Molly Seabauh ran 22:40.3 and Kaylyn Deaton ran 23:59.2.
For the Blanchester girls, Emma Damewood ran 25:59.1, Aubrey Stevens 27:05.2, Addison Allen 29:30.8.