Woman Lex gunning for third straight state title | Native Sports activities Information

LEXINGTON — As is so typically the case, Lexington is hitting its stride at simply the appropriate time.

Woman Lex will go after its third straight Division II workforce title at Saturday’s state cross nation championships and if final week’s regional efficiency was any indication, first-year Lex athletic director Michael Grist might wish to {clear} some area within the trophy case.

Lexington gained its sixth straight regional title in overwhelming trend final weekend at Tiffin with a workforce rating of 30, nicely forward of runner-up Ontario (74).

Halle Hamilton gained the regional title in 17:55.10 and she or he was adopted throughout the road by teammate Lily Weeks in second (18:04.39). Joanna Halfhill (18:25.89) was fourth whereas Tessa Gerhardt, the lone senior in Lexington’s lineup, was 10th (19:19.41). Emma Smart (19:31.26) was 14th, whereas Natalie Dininger (19:34.03) was 17th and Karis Hunter (19:48.85) was 21st.

Ontario needs to be in competition for a podium end. The Warriors have been led at Tiffin by Grace Maurer (18:34.35) in fifth. Brienne Trumpower (18:42.53) was seventh, whereas Ariah Reuer (19:24.13) was 11th, Madison Genders (20:14.84) was 26th and Ellie Maurer (20:40.15) was 38th. Paige Danuloff (20:52.99) and Cori Wentz (21:02.88) have been 44th and 53rd, respectively.

Shelby’s Kayla Gonzales certified individually in Division II after ending 15th at Tiffin in 19:32.85.

The Division II women race is scheduled for 11:45 a.m. Saturday.

Division I

The world’s lone state qualifier in Division I used to be Ashland’s Danielle Honaker. The senior was third general at Tiffin in 18:46.81.

The Division I women race will go off at 12:30 p.m.

Division III

Like in Division I, just one native women certified for the Division III race. Mapleton’s Teja Younger was third on the Youngstown regional, ending in 19:48.92.

The Division III women race will start at 11 a.m.

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