Webbers Falls’ Herrier makes top five; Warriors win elementary school race team title
Gore senior cross country runner Hallie Kinion won her own meet on her final opportunity to do so in Thursday’s Gore Invitational, which took place at the Steve Owens Sports Complex. Kinion won the one-mile race in 6:37.
As a team, the Lady Pirates were fourth with 85 points.
Besides Kinion, Amelia White was 27th (8:34), followed by Raleigh Moore in 31st (8:50), Dawa Reece in 33rd (8:51), Gracie Bruce in 43rd (9:25) and Kaile Mannon in 46th (10:01).
Webbers Falls junior runner Cheyanne Herrier made the top five as she finished fifth (7:13).
In the high school boys’ two-mile race, the host Pirates finished sixth as a team with 145 points.
Cain Cooper was the highest finisher for Gore as he finished the race in 32nd place with a time of 15:07.
As for other Pirates, Burr Janes came in 35th (15:34), Waylon Gilley was 39th (16:03), Bryson Thouvenel was 44th (16:46) and Nash Thouvenel was 55th (19:51).
The Pirates were second in the junior high boys’ one-mile race with a team score of 78.
Rylan Lane was the fastest Pirate on the course with a time of 7:11 to place 12th. Weston Cunningham was 13th (7:13), Cole Brooksher was 21st (7:34), Benson Hunt was 33rd (8:11), Eli Munson was 35th (8:13) and Colton Frey was 39th (8:27).
In the junior high girls’ one-mile race, two Webbers Falls Lady Warriors ran the course. Katie Frazier was 21st (9:17) and Peyton Shanks was 25th (9:53).
The Webbers Falls Warriors won the elementary school one-mile race with a team score of 34, while the host Pirates were fifth (104 points).
The Warriors had four runners make the top 10. Wyatt Chitty was third (7:19), Skylar Poles was fourth (7:21), Kylar Carter was seventh (7:26) and Bryson Franco was eighth (7:28).
As for other Warriors, Bryson Priest was 13th (7:41), while Chase Kunzel was 50th (9:04).
For the Pirates, Quinn Montgomery was 16th (7:44) to be Gore’s highest finisher. Cale Cox was 17th (7:46), Eli Montgomery was 18th (7:46), Ian Munson was 28th (8:07), Kaden Elam was 31st (8:09), Tripp Smith was 51st (9:09), Gus Smith was 62nd (9:29), Lane Harwood was 65th (9:36), Jett Ward was 78th (10:44), Briar Gandy was 80th (10:48) and Thorn Cearley was 82nd.
The Lady Pirates were fifth in the team standings in the one-mile elementary school race with 120 points.
Annika Pruitt’s 18thplace finish was the highest mark for the Lady Pirates as she ran the course in 8:18. Ashlynn Munson was 20th (8:24), Taylor Kinion was 26th (8:42), Alivia Munson was 30th (8:52), Dakota Wolf was 31st (8:56), Kimberlynn Quick was 46th (9:34), River Johnson was 63rd (10:15), Elle Keathley was 75th (10:36), Karsyn Springer was 76th (10:43), Blakely Smith was 100th (12:17) and Emma Bruce was 102nd (12:21).
There were two Webbers Falls Lady Warriors who ran in the elementary school girls race. Madalyn Beknap was 47th (9:39), while Evie Ogg was 98th (12:12).