Demons sweep at Basalt
Glenwood Springs swept Saturday’s Basalt Invitational cross country meet, winning both the boys and girls titles.
The Demons also boasted individual titles in both the boys and girls races. Andrew Mansfield won on the boys side, clocking in at 16 minutes, 58 seconds.
McKenzie Hill prevailed in the girls race, recording a time of 20 minutes, 23 seconds.
Also placing in the top 20 in the boys race were Vinny Marr (fifth, 18:08), Ian Edquist (sixth, 18:55), Christian Leverson (14th, 20:06) and Wyatt Till (17th, 20:58).
Glenwood’s boys narrowly held off Basalt to take the title, edging the Longhorns by a point.
Rifle finished third and Rangely was fourth.
Tailing Hill across the finish line in the girls race were Jenna Brown, who placed second in 21:28, and Madi Spence, who took third in 21:50.
Tess Ebert (fifth, 23:33), Rebecca Carcaterra (sixth, 23:48), Cora Lubchenco (seventh, 24:09), Kerry Kellogg (10th, 24:16), Josi Pearson (11th, 24:31), Sadey Stillman (14th, 25:29), Kathya Gonzalez (17th, 25:53), Sara Fleming (19th, 26:06) and Grace Gamba (20th, 26:07) also wound up in the top 20.
Glenwood’s girls won by a wide margin, finishing well ahead of second-place Rifle and third-place Basalt.
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