Cross country: Shawnee’s Johns, Perry’s Yingst among winners at Spencerville Bearcat Invitational


By Mark Altstaetter - sports@limanews.com



Perry’s Brady Yingst was the first-place finisher in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational boys small school division race.

Perry’s Brady Yingst was the first-place finisher in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational boys small school division race.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Shawnee’s Isaiah Johns was winner in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational boys large school division race.

Shawnee’s Isaiah Johns was winner in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational boys large school division race.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Runners compete in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Spencerville’s Lillee Stewart was a top five finisher in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational girls small school division race.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Kambrynn Rohr of Delphos St. John’s finished among the top 10 in the girls small school division race at Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Wapakoneta’s Grant Bauer was among the top 10 in the boys large school division race at Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Wapakoneta’s Cassie Shroyer competes in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Allen East’s Hunter Sidle had a top 15 finish in the boys large school division race at Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Elida’s Ninzi Sackinger competes in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Lima Senior’s Evelyn Williams competes in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

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Bearcat Invitational Results

At Spencerville

Girls

Big School Division

Team Scores: 1. South Adams 72, 2. Shawnee 74, 3. Carey 101, 4. Van Buren 124, 5. St. Marys 132, 6. Bellefontaine 146, 7. Wapakoneta 165, 8. Bath 168, 9. Parkway 194, 10. Decatur Bellmont 205, 11. Benjamin Logan 250, 12. Paulding 318.

Race Winner/Area Finishers in Top 50

1. Sarah Reinhart (Car) 19:54.6, 6. Ellen Schloemer (SM) 20:48.8, 7. Alaina Williams (Sh) 20:51.8, 8. Paige Schneider (Wap) 21:05.3, 10. Lexie Marshall (Sh) 21:12.4, 11. Kira Stall (Ba) 21:19.9, 12. Molly Stump (Sh) 21:30.8, 17. Lauren Cisco (SM) 21:59.8, 21. Maria Jutte (SM) 22:15.5, 22. Emily Bryan (Sh) 22:21.2, 25. Hanna Watt (Sh) 22:39.0, 28. Rachel Barrett (Park) 23:07.6, 30. Lauren Doll (Wap) 23:16.3, 32. Cassie Shroyer (Wap) 23:25.5, 33. Lucy Deters (Ba) 23:26.0, 34. Elise Derringer (Park) 23:29.0, 37. Ninzi Sackinger (E) 23:31.0, 38. Katie Curl (Sh) 23:43.0, 43. Morgan Hunter (Park) 24.00.8, 45. Ireland Lawrence (Ba) 24.07.0, 46. Bianca Endres (SM) 24:10.0, 47. Ashlyn White (Park) 24:14.6, 48. Elyse Manz (Paul) 24:15.8, 50. Karlie Lucas (SM) 24:18.8.

Small School Division

Team Scores: 1. St. Henry 42, 2. Delphos St. John’s 65, 3. Botkins 94, 4. Ansonia 120, 5. Antwerp 122, 6. Houston 169, 7. Spencerville 185, 8. Covington 207, 9. Waynesfield-Goshen 208, 10. Leipsic 212.

Area Finishers in Top 50

1. Katie Kunkler (SH) 20:49.4, 2. Emma Koenig (Bot) 20:58.1, 4. Leah Heitkamp (SH) 21:13.5, 5. Lillee Stewart (Spen) 21:17.7, 6. Kambrynn Rohr (DSJ) 21:24.0, 8. Lauren Hemmelgarn (SH) 21:53.6, 9. Paige Hoersten (Otto) 22:00.5, 10. Jenia Freewalt (DSJ) 22:08.1, 12. Catherine Kopack (DSJ) 22:34.7, 13. Whitney Langhals (Leip) 22:37.7, 14. Rylee Pohlman (DSJ) 22:38.2, 18. Megan Broering (SH) 22:49.4, 20. Ashley Bruns (SH) 22:56.9, 22. Alaina Jutte (Bot) 23:23.0, 24. Makenna Maurer (Bot) 23:31.1, 25. Hannah Osterholt (SH) 23:32.0, 27. Liza Aselage (Bot) 23:40.9, 28. Rebecca Leffel (NK) 23:50.0, 30. Joscie Evers (SH) 24:00.0, 32. Samantha Smith (W-G) 24:20.5, 35. Krya Sutherland (W-G) 24:35.7, 37. Abby Shafer (DSJ) 24:44.0, 40. Arica Jutte (Bot) 24:52.0, 41. Lauren Hartings (SH) 24:52.6, 42. Kelsie Burmeister (Bot) 24:56.3, 44. Lauren Brunswick (SH) 24:57.9, 46. Mara Muhlenkamp (SH) 25:02.0, 48. Lilly Floyd (Perry) 25:18.1, 49. Savanah Guevara (Leip) 25:19.2.

Boys

Big School Division

Team Scores: 1. Shawnee 52, 2. South Adams 72, 3. St. Marys 105, 4. Parkway 126, 5. Van Buren 140, 6. Benjamin Logan 154, 7. Elida 180, 8. Wapakoneta 203, 9. Paulding 257, 10. Carey 263, 11. Bath 271, 12. Allen East 277, 13. Riverside 299.

Area Finishers in Top 50

1. Isaiah Johns (Sh) 16:48.9, 2. Kyle Roth (Park) 17:04.2, 3. Noah Tobin (SM) 17:12.0, 7. Kaleb Egri (Sh) 17:48.5, 8. Justin Altenbach (Sh) 17:56.8, 9. Grant Bauer (Wap) 18:08.1, 12. Trevor Bowers (Sh) 18:11.2, 13. Hunter Sidle (AE) 18:11.5, 14. Aaron Bruns (Park) 18:14.2, 15. Nate Metzger (Wap) 18:21.6, 17. Sean Dancs (E) 18:26.8, 18. Blake Strickler (Park) 18:31.2, 20. Jordan Heitkamp (SM) 18:33.9, 21. Tyler Birt (SM) 18:39.4, 22. Reid Johanns (Paul) 18:40.3, 24. Trever Miller (Sh) 18:48.4, 26. Tyler Ross (Ba) 18:52.8, 27. Connor Broshes (E) 18:53.5, 30. Jack Cisco (SM) 19:09.8, 31. Trevor Hisey (SM) 19:12.9, 32. Robert Bayham (SM) 19:14.4, 33. Tyler Hisey (SM) 19:16.0, 34. Michael Crites (SM) 19:16.3, 35. Conner Douglass (E) 19:18.7, 38. Zachary Wagner (E) 19:25.6, 40. Thomas Cover (Sh) 19:29.0, 41. Christian Bauer (Paul) 19:33.1, 44. Riley Samples (Park) 19:39.7, 45. Nick Manz (Paul) 19:43.7, 47. Kaden Truman (Ba) 19:52.4, 50. Colby Bentz (Park) 20:01.5.

Small School Division

Team Scores: 1. Botkins 38, 2. Covington 74, 3. Houston 78, 4. Jackson Center 121, 5. Ottoville 158, 6. Antwerp 181, 7. Waynesfield-Goshen 195, 8. St. Henry 204, 9. New Knoxville 260, 10. Wayne Trace 294, 11. LCC 316, 12. Bradford 335, 13. Ada 357, 14. Ansonia 372, 15. Lehman Catholic 388.

Area Finishers in Top 50

1. Brady Yingst (Per) 16:48.1, 2. Collin Watterson (Bot) 17:17.2, 4. Christopher Elchert (JC) 17:23.3, 5. Alan Fullenkamp (Bot) 17:37.9, 6. Quentin Potempa (LCC) 17:44.0, 7. Kellen Reichert (JC) 17:50.5, 8. Nolan German (Otto) 17:50.9, 9. Alex Hernandez (Leip) 17:57.3, 12. Donovan Brown (Bot) 18:13.6, 13. Zack Britton (USV) 18:14.8, 14. Keaton Schnippel (Bot) 18:16.6, 15. Joe Parker (USV) 18:17.3, 16. Drew Palte (DSJ) 18:22.6, 17. Marcus Freewalt (DSJ) 18:24.4, 18. Elliot Goubeaux (Bot) 18:25.3, 19. Carter Pleiman (Bot) 18:26.1, 20. Kyle Looser (Otto) 18:37.4, 21. Michael Steffan (Otto) 18:41.4, 29. RJ Peoppelman (Bot) 19:09.2, 30. Cole Steinke (Bot) 19:10.1, 31. Keagan Gaskill (Spen) 19:10.5, 32. Kort Sutherland (W-G) 19:13.4, 36. Xavier Esser (JC) 19:30.7, 38. Alec Spangler (W-G) 19:33.6, 39. Ethan Pohlschneider (JC) 19:35.8, 41. Brady Post (SH) 19:41.6, 42. Roman DeLaRosa (Leip) 19:45.8, 43. Shane Weatherhead (Bot) 19:46.3, 44. Jeremy Reynolds (Leip) 19:46.6, 50. Blake Beyke (SH) 20:04.3.

SPENCERVILLE — For most cross country runners, it’s all about running in a pack.

However, for the select few, separating from the pack is the main goal.

At Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational, both Shawnee sophomore Isaiah Johns and Perry sophomore Brady Yingst, sped out to early leads in their respective races and were never seriously challenged on Spencerville’s 5,000-meter course.

In the boys large school division, Johns gapped the competition early and went on to win in 16 minutes, 48.9 seconds. Parkway’s Kyle Roth was his closest competitor, finishing second in 17:04.2.

In the boys small school division, Yingst led from start to finish, clocking a time of 16:48.1. Botkins’ Collin Watterson was second to Yingst in 17:17.2.

Johns’ performance helped lead Shawnee to the boys team title. Shawnee defeated second-place South Adams (Indiana) 52-72. St. Marys finished third (105). Parkway (126), Van Buren (140), Benjamin Logan (154) and Elida (180) rounded out the top seven teams in the 13-team field.

Johns wanted to set the pace Saturday.

“I started out a little quick. I wanted to raise up the tempo a little bit,” Johns said. “I came through first in that first mile.

“I kept looking back a little bit. I just wanted to make sure I was in the lead. I ended up pulling away with it.”

Johns clocked his all-time personal best (16:39) at the Bob Shul Invitational in the first meet of this season.

“I was looking for a 16:20, but I didn’t have that much competition,” Johns said about Saturday’s race. “So, this (16:48) works out really well for me. … I’m good with that.”

Longtime Shawnee coach Russ Holly is happy with Johns’ progress.

“Last week (Wapak Night Meet), he went out too fast (early on),” Holly said. “Today, he went out and ran what we actually planned on. … So, not too bad. We still have some time.”

Johns had a pack of teammates behind him Saturday. Rounding out the top five runners for Shawnee were Kaleb Egri (seventh, 17:48.5), Justin Altenbach (eighth, 17:56.8), Trevor Bowers (12th, 18:11.2) and Trever Miller (24th, 18:48.4). There were 145 runners in the boys large school race.

In the girls large school race, Shawnee was just edged out for the team title by South Adams, 72-74. Carey finished third (101), while Van Buren came in fourth (124). St. Marys (132), Bellefontaine (146) and Wapakoneta (165) rounded out the top seven spots. Freshman Alaina Williams was the top Shawnee runner Saturday, finishing seventh (20:51.8).

Carey sophomore Sarah Reinhart led from start to finish, winning in 19:54.6.

“We’re getting a pretty good effort out of the kids,” Holly said. “We have good senior leadership. The kids are working hard. We have goals to go farther than we did last year. It was a good effort today. It’s still early in the season, but I like where we are going.”

In the boys small school race, Yingst got out fast and was never challenged.

“I knew I had some decent runners behind me,” Yingst said. “I knew if I got out in front, I could probably hang on. I’m thinking about splits and getting my time down. But when I get a lead like that, I just want to keep hammering it.”

Yingst is coming off a personal-best performance at last week’s Wapak Night Meet, where he clocked a time of 16:24.7.

“It (Wapak) gave me a real confidence boost, because I had not broken the 16s yet (this season); and I broke it big,” Yingst said. “That really brought my confidence up for this week.”

In the final team standings of the boys small school race, Botkins won the title with 38 points. Covington came in second (74), while Houston (78) and Jackson Center (121) were third and fourth, respectively. Ottoville (158), Antwerp (181) and Waynesfield-Goshen (195) claimed the next three spots.

In the girls small school race, St. Henry notched the team title. The Redskins defeated second-place Delphos St. John’s 42-65. Botkins came in third (94), while Ansonia was fourth (120). Antwerp (122), Houston (169) and Spencerville (185) rounded out the top seven squads.

St. Henry’s Katie Kunkler won the girls small school race (20:49.4).

Perry’s Brady Yingst was the first-place finisher in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational boys small school division race.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_Spencerville-Invite-RP-01-1.jpgPerry’s Brady Yingst was the first-place finisher in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational boys small school division race. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Shawnee’s Isaiah Johns was winner in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational boys large school division race.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_Spencerville-Invite-RP-02-1.jpgShawnee’s Isaiah Johns was winner in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational boys large school division race. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Runners compete in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_Spencerville-Invite-RP-08-1.jpgRunners compete in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Spencerville’s Lillee Stewart was a top five finisher in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational girls small school division race.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_Spencerville-Invite-RP-05-1.jpgSpencerville’s Lillee Stewart was a top five finisher in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational girls small school division race. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Kambrynn Rohr of Delphos St. John’s finished among the top 10 in the girls small school division race at Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_Spencerville-Invite-RP-03-1.jpgKambrynn Rohr of Delphos St. John’s finished among the top 10 in the girls small school division race at Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Wapakoneta’s Grant Bauer was among the top 10 in the boys large school division race at Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_Spencerville-Invite-RP-09-1.jpgWapakoneta’s Grant Bauer was among the top 10 in the boys large school division race at Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Wapakoneta’s Cassie Shroyer competes in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_Spencerville-Invite-RP-06-1.jpgWapakoneta’s Cassie Shroyer competes in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Allen East’s Hunter Sidle had a top 15 finish in the boys large school division race at Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_Spencerville-Invite-RP-10-1.jpgAllen East’s Hunter Sidle had a top 15 finish in the boys large school division race at Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Elida’s Ninzi Sackinger competes in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_Spencerville-Invite-RP-04-1.jpgElida’s Ninzi Sackinger competes in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Lima Senior’s Evelyn Williams competes in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_Spencerville-Invite-RP-07-1.jpgLima Senior’s Evelyn Williams competes in Saturday’s Spencerville Bearcat Invitational. Richard Parrish | The Lima News

By Mark Altstaetter

sports@limanews.com

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See more photos from the Bearcat Invitataional.

Bearcat Invitational Results

At Spencerville

Girls

Big School Division

Team Scores: 1. South Adams 72, 2. Shawnee 74, 3. Carey 101, 4. Van Buren 124, 5. St. Marys 132, 6. Bellefontaine 146, 7. Wapakoneta 165, 8. Bath 168, 9. Parkway 194, 10. Decatur Bellmont 205, 11. Benjamin Logan 250, 12. Paulding 318.

Race Winner/Area Finishers in Top 50

1. Sarah Reinhart (Car) 19:54.6, 6. Ellen Schloemer (SM) 20:48.8, 7. Alaina Williams (Sh) 20:51.8, 8. Paige Schneider (Wap) 21:05.3, 10. Lexie Marshall (Sh) 21:12.4, 11. Kira Stall (Ba) 21:19.9, 12. Molly Stump (Sh) 21:30.8, 17. Lauren Cisco (SM) 21:59.8, 21. Maria Jutte (SM) 22:15.5, 22. Emily Bryan (Sh) 22:21.2, 25. Hanna Watt (Sh) 22:39.0, 28. Rachel Barrett (Park) 23:07.6, 30. Lauren Doll (Wap) 23:16.3, 32. Cassie Shroyer (Wap) 23:25.5, 33. Lucy Deters (Ba) 23:26.0, 34. Elise Derringer (Park) 23:29.0, 37. Ninzi Sackinger (E) 23:31.0, 38. Katie Curl (Sh) 23:43.0, 43. Morgan Hunter (Park) 24.00.8, 45. Ireland Lawrence (Ba) 24.07.0, 46. Bianca Endres (SM) 24:10.0, 47. Ashlyn White (Park) 24:14.6, 48. Elyse Manz (Paul) 24:15.8, 50. Karlie Lucas (SM) 24:18.8.

Small School Division

Team Scores: 1. St. Henry 42, 2. Delphos St. John’s 65, 3. Botkins 94, 4. Ansonia 120, 5. Antwerp 122, 6. Houston 169, 7. Spencerville 185, 8. Covington 207, 9. Waynesfield-Goshen 208, 10. Leipsic 212.

Area Finishers in Top 50

1. Katie Kunkler (SH) 20:49.4, 2. Emma Koenig (Bot) 20:58.1, 4. Leah Heitkamp (SH) 21:13.5, 5. Lillee Stewart (Spen) 21:17.7, 6. Kambrynn Rohr (DSJ) 21:24.0, 8. Lauren Hemmelgarn (SH) 21:53.6, 9. Paige Hoersten (Otto) 22:00.5, 10. Jenia Freewalt (DSJ) 22:08.1, 12. Catherine Kopack (DSJ) 22:34.7, 13. Whitney Langhals (Leip) 22:37.7, 14. Rylee Pohlman (DSJ) 22:38.2, 18. Megan Broering (SH) 22:49.4, 20. Ashley Bruns (SH) 22:56.9, 22. Alaina Jutte (Bot) 23:23.0, 24. Makenna Maurer (Bot) 23:31.1, 25. Hannah Osterholt (SH) 23:32.0, 27. Liza Aselage (Bot) 23:40.9, 28. Rebecca Leffel (NK) 23:50.0, 30. Joscie Evers (SH) 24:00.0, 32. Samantha Smith (W-G) 24:20.5, 35. Krya Sutherland (W-G) 24:35.7, 37. Abby Shafer (DSJ) 24:44.0, 40. Arica Jutte (Bot) 24:52.0, 41. Lauren Hartings (SH) 24:52.6, 42. Kelsie Burmeister (Bot) 24:56.3, 44. Lauren Brunswick (SH) 24:57.9, 46. Mara Muhlenkamp (SH) 25:02.0, 48. Lilly Floyd (Perry) 25:18.1, 49. Savanah Guevara (Leip) 25:19.2.

Boys

Big School Division

Team Scores: 1. Shawnee 52, 2. South Adams 72, 3. St. Marys 105, 4. Parkway 126, 5. Van Buren 140, 6. Benjamin Logan 154, 7. Elida 180, 8. Wapakoneta 203, 9. Paulding 257, 10. Carey 263, 11. Bath 271, 12. Allen East 277, 13. Riverside 299.

Area Finishers in Top 50

1. Isaiah Johns (Sh) 16:48.9, 2. Kyle Roth (Park) 17:04.2, 3. Noah Tobin (SM) 17:12.0, 7. Kaleb Egri (Sh) 17:48.5, 8. Justin Altenbach (Sh) 17:56.8, 9. Grant Bauer (Wap) 18:08.1, 12. Trevor Bowers (Sh) 18:11.2, 13. Hunter Sidle (AE) 18:11.5, 14. Aaron Bruns (Park) 18:14.2, 15. Nate Metzger (Wap) 18:21.6, 17. Sean Dancs (E) 18:26.8, 18. Blake Strickler (Park) 18:31.2, 20. Jordan Heitkamp (SM) 18:33.9, 21. Tyler Birt (SM) 18:39.4, 22. Reid Johanns (Paul) 18:40.3, 24. Trever Miller (Sh) 18:48.4, 26. Tyler Ross (Ba) 18:52.8, 27. Connor Broshes (E) 18:53.5, 30. Jack Cisco (SM) 19:09.8, 31. Trevor Hisey (SM) 19:12.9, 32. Robert Bayham (SM) 19:14.4, 33. Tyler Hisey (SM) 19:16.0, 34. Michael Crites (SM) 19:16.3, 35. Conner Douglass (E) 19:18.7, 38. Zachary Wagner (E) 19:25.6, 40. Thomas Cover (Sh) 19:29.0, 41. Christian Bauer (Paul) 19:33.1, 44. Riley Samples (Park) 19:39.7, 45. Nick Manz (Paul) 19:43.7, 47. Kaden Truman (Ba) 19:52.4, 50. Colby Bentz (Park) 20:01.5.

Small School Division

Team Scores: 1. Botkins 38, 2. Covington 74, 3. Houston 78, 4. Jackson Center 121, 5. Ottoville 158, 6. Antwerp 181, 7. Waynesfield-Goshen 195, 8. St. Henry 204, 9. New Knoxville 260, 10. Wayne Trace 294, 11. LCC 316, 12. Bradford 335, 13. Ada 357, 14. Ansonia 372, 15. Lehman Catholic 388.

Area Finishers in Top 50

1. Brady Yingst (Per) 16:48.1, 2. Collin Watterson (Bot) 17:17.2, 4. Christopher Elchert (JC) 17:23.3, 5. Alan Fullenkamp (Bot) 17:37.9, 6. Quentin Potempa (LCC) 17:44.0, 7. Kellen Reichert (JC) 17:50.5, 8. Nolan German (Otto) 17:50.9, 9. Alex Hernandez (Leip) 17:57.3, 12. Donovan Brown (Bot) 18:13.6, 13. Zack Britton (USV) 18:14.8, 14. Keaton Schnippel (Bot) 18:16.6, 15. Joe Parker (USV) 18:17.3, 16. Drew Palte (DSJ) 18:22.6, 17. Marcus Freewalt (DSJ) 18:24.4, 18. Elliot Goubeaux (Bot) 18:25.3, 19. Carter Pleiman (Bot) 18:26.1, 20. Kyle Looser (Otto) 18:37.4, 21. Michael Steffan (Otto) 18:41.4, 29. RJ Peoppelman (Bot) 19:09.2, 30. Cole Steinke (Bot) 19:10.1, 31. Keagan Gaskill (Spen) 19:10.5, 32. Kort Sutherland (W-G) 19:13.4, 36. Xavier Esser (JC) 19:30.7, 38. Alec Spangler (W-G) 19:33.6, 39. Ethan Pohlschneider (JC) 19:35.8, 41. Brady Post (SH) 19:41.6, 42. Roman DeLaRosa (Leip) 19:45.8, 43. Shane Weatherhead (Bot) 19:46.3, 44. Jeremy Reynolds (Leip) 19:46.6, 50. Blake Beyke (SH) 20:04.3.

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