The Winder-Barrow High School cross country teams swept their own invitational Saturday which featured runners representing 17 schools.
“Things went well,” said WBHS coach Michael Lofton. “The event was very successful and we had some good competition.”
Lady Bulldogg freshman Micah Weathers continued her standout debut varsity season by winning the girls race in 19:21.
Weathers easily outdistanced Anna Figueroa of Paideia, who finished in second place in 20:52.
Amber Palmero was third overall for WBHS in 21:08. Rounding out the top five for the Lady Bulldoggs were Sara Carpenter (12th overall, 22:21), Macy Hayes (14th overall, 22:26) and Kiana Perez (23rd overall, 22:52).
A total of 98 runners competed in the varsity girls division.
For the WBHS boys, William Wright once again paced the Bulldoggs finishing third overall with a season best 17:33. Teammate Tony Rowden was seventh overall for WBHS in 17:53 while Nelson Lofton was 14th in 18:21.
Gustova Garcia finished with a season best time of 18:30 for 17th place and Timmy Villameter was 21st overall at the WBHS Invitational in 18:59.
There was a total of 103 runners in the varsity boys race.
Apalachee High School also competed at Saturday’s event and earned sixth place as a team overall.
Nick Zvirbulis was sixth overall in 17:52 while Chandler Campbell earned 13th place in 18:16. Jeremy Dyal was 28th overall with a time of 18:55.
The Lady Wildcats were ninth overall in the varsity girls event during the WBHS Invitational Saturday morning and were led by Analee Bradach (24:19) and Christi Tobiasz (24:59).