Dog runners move on to regional

CAMERON—The Thorndale cross countey team competed at the District 27- AA meet where they placed fourth behind host and champion Cameron.

The team does not advance to the regional meet, but Dillon Irw in placed 10th and will be moving on to the next level.

The 3.1 mile course featured 54 runners with Thorndale’s individual results: 10th Dillon Irwin at 19.15; 12th Keon Mays at 19.3; 14th Aaron Laurence at 19.35; 23rd Eric Guzman at 20.22; 26th Pete Garcia at 20.46; 32nd Jacob Kiesling at 21.36; 40th Colton Youngblood at 22.09.

The Lady Dogs were sixth, led by Kristen Butterworth’s eighth place finish with a time of 13:07 to advance to the regional meet.

Brandi Munoz was 11th at 13:24; Shelby Anders 29th at 14:48; Marlene Hall 34th at 14:54; Heather Butterworth 39th at 15:02; Tyler Gibson 40th at 15:25; Lizzie Marr 49th at 17:22: Petra Garcia 17:48.

The junior varsity team captured first place. Individual results: 1st—Jack Elms at 21.16; 2nd Brian Crockett at 21.55; 3rd Ray Stewart at 21.58; 4th place Riley Schaefer at 22.09; 6th place Josh Vasquez at 22.4; 10th place Chase Lewthwaite at 23.28; 12th Daniel Moerbe at 23.36; 13th place Sam Richter at 24.44; 14th Daniel Avila at 25.36; 15th Shawn Bigan at 25.45; 16th Chris Laurence at 25.52; 17th Eric Rodriguez at 26.28; 18th Heath Vasquez at 27.08; 19th Josh Jones at 27.14.

T he T hor nd a le ju n ior high team earned second place at district. Ty Henderson placed 3rd at 12.38


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