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The Clark County Lady Indians put four runners in the top 10 at Timm Lamb Invitational at Ft. Madison on Thursday.
Grace Buschling placed first, with a time of 21:22.8, Delana Hess finished sixth in 24:29.0. Mia Johnson was ninth, crossing the finish in 25:57.1, and Trinity Little took 10th, with a time of 26.21.2. Makenna Hodges finished in 20th place, with a 29:15.6 time, and Emery Goings time of 36:00.4 put her in 26th place.
As a team, Clark County’s girls claimed the title.
The Indian boys had a solid third-place team finish.
Ethan Nelson’s time for 19:21.4 put him in sixth place. Carter Harper placed 15th, with a time of 21:49.0, just ahead of Landon Arnold in 16th place, with a 21:49.0 time. Colin Nichols placed 18th, with a time of 21:58.2. Landon Toolate placed 37th, with a 23:39.8 time, and Harrison Parker took 29th, with a time of 23.41.6. Isaiah Hardin’s time of 23:5838 put hime in 43th, and Brayden Thompson finished in 26:.7.6, for 49th place.
Girls’ Middle School results were:
22nd-Isabelle Brotherton, 17:57.4
34th-Irelyn Plenge, 20:04.9
39th-Maci Cochenour, 20.53.8
51st-Kiernan Harmon, 26.11.1
Boys’ Middle School results were:
8th-Mason McDaniel, 13.43.0
41st-Austin Ray, 16.13.0
56th-Axell King, 19.38.0
66th-Andrew Tappendorf, 22.12.6
73rd-Braedyn Clark, 23.38.4