FRANKLIN — Carroll High School’s cross country teams dominated the Greater Catholic League Co-Ed meet on Oct. 14, placing all scored runners in the top 10.
The Patriot girls won with a near-perfect 20 points, followed by McNicholas (54) second, and Badin (86) third. The scored runners were first, second, third, fifth, and ninth, while the final two runners were 10th and 11th which would have scored for the other four teams.
The Patriot boys won with 22 points, followed by McNicholas (51) second, and Hamilton Badin (65) third. Scored Patriot runners were first, third, fourth, sixth, and eighth, while the final two runners were 11th and 12th, which like the girls, would have scored for the other four teams.
Ruby Gross was the girls champion in 18:51. Anna Thurman (19:02), was second, Maggie Poor (19:45) third, Gabriella Kimbrough (20:05) fifth, Julia Dunlap (21:07) ninth, Caroline Tucker (21:15), 11th, and Claire Holcomb (21:18) 12th. For scoring purposes, Tucker was 10th, and Holcomb 11th.
Logan Arnold was the champion in 16:19 (as posted by CHG Timing on milesplit.com). Andrew Janson was third in 16:53, followed by Jared Sargent (fourth in 16:56), Neil Tivakaran (sixth in 17:03), Connor Kramer (eighth in 17:12), Beckett Nash (12th in 17:41), and Jude Girtman (13th in 17:42). For scoring purposes, Nash was 11th and Girtman 12th.
The district meet is today in Cedarville.