Wyss leads county boys at SBAAC meet


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Blanchester's Drew Wyss at the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.

Blanchester's Drew Wyss at the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.


East Clinton's Dylan Arnold at the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.


Clinton-Massie's Laith Latif and Mack Hensley and Wilmington's Landon Scott during the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.


Wilmington's Henry Hildebrandt at the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.


WILMINGTON — Blanchester’s Drew Wyss was the top boys runner for the county Saturday in the SBAAC Cross Country Championship varsity boys race at Wilmington College.

Wyss was seventh overall, fifth among National Division runners, with a time of 17:57.

Runners from both the American and National divisions competed in the same race, then were separated post-race for individual honors.

Wilmington’s Henry Hildebrandt was 11th in 18:10. East Clinton’s Dylan Arnold was 28th overall but 13th in the National Division race.

East Clinton coach Josh Simmons said the staff was pleased with the runners’ efforts despite setbacks.

“We will not be graduating any runners this year so with their return and some additions we look to change our league outcome next year,” Simmons said.

SUMMARY

Oct 15, 2022

SBAAC Cross Country

Boys Championship

@Wilmington College

Teams

Clermont Northeastern 52 Western Brown 85 New Richmond 95 Georgetown 123 Batavia 127 Wilmington 149 Bethel-Tate 161 Williamsburg 178 Goshen 188 East Clinton 244 Felicity 348

Individuals

(1) Noah Bunting, CNE, 17:06; (7) Drew Wyss, BL, 17:57; (11) Henry Hildebrandt, WIL, 18:10; (28) Dylan Arnold, EC, 19:31; (29) Sam Burt, WIL, 19:32 PR; (30) Oliver McDermott, WIL, 19:32; (34) Dylan Littrell, WIL, 19:45 PR; (52) Nikolas Gates, EC, 20:45; (54) Carson Wyss, BL, 20:55; (57) Preston Ziegler, WIL, 21:07 PR; (58) Conner Walters, WIL, 21:10; (62) Jacob George, EC, 21:15; (67) Dru Simmons, EC, 21:29; (68) Jacob Vance, WIL, 21:33 PR; (70) Aiden Matheney, WIL, 21:38; (71) Jackson Seabaugh, EC, 21:40; (72) Abel Hackney, WIL, 21:44; (73) Jeremiah Schlabach, WIL, 21:52 PR; (74) Matthias Brausch, WIL, 21:54 PR; (75) Hayden Beiting, EC, 21:58; (76) Colton Brockman, EC, 21:59; (77) Elyon Hackmann, EC, 22:00; (78) Landon Scott, WIL, 22:10 PR; (87) Laith Latif, CM, 22:47; (93) Mack Hensley, CM, 23:47; (95) Trent Bennett, CM, 23:51; (105) Brendon Crothers, BL, 6:19; (108) Jayden Comer, WIL, 27:39 PR; (116) Clive Johnson, EC< 31:00

Blanchester’s Drew Wyss at the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/10/web1_CCb_bDWyss1015ec.jpgBlanchester’s Drew Wyss at the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.

East Clinton’s Dylan Arnold at the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/10/web1_CCb_ecDArnold1015ec.jpgEast Clinton’s Dylan Arnold at the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.

Clinton-Massie’s Laith Latif and Mack Hensley and Wilmington’s Landon Scott during the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/10/web1_CCb_Trio1015ec.jpgClinton-Massie’s Laith Latif and Mack Hensley and Wilmington’s Landon Scott during the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.

Wilmington’s Henry Hildebrandt at the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/10/web1_CCb_wHildebrandt1015ec.jpgWilmington’s Henry Hildebrandt at the SBAAC Cross Country Championships varsity boys race Saturday at Wilmington College.

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