Louisville St. Xavier won the boys team title while Louisville Manual claimed the girls title.

Webster County junior Jon Ashby proved he could battle the best, finishing 10th overall in the 5K race in 16:26.4, his best time of the season. The Trojans were 10th in team standings.

Daviess County's Evan Ehrenhein won the boys race in a lightning-fast 15:32.94.

Iszack Whitsell was 72nd overall (18:09.01), Juanshae Baker 77th (18:16.71), Anthony Pryor 78th (18:19.05) and Chance Oxford 95th (18:41.39).

WC eighth grader Jackson Oxford was 107th (19:07.99), Trey Ross 109th (19:10.78), Trey Drury 124th (19:45.2) Jon Jacob Gibson 139th (20:39.44), and Nolan Pettit 141st (20:
52.25).

Team Standings
1. St. Xavier 56
2. Daviess County 95
3. Louisville Butler 96 4. Apollo 142
5. Meade County 153
6. Louisville Manual 186
7. South Warren 202
8. St. Xavier (B) 222 9. North Hardin 262
10. Webster County 302
11. Logan County 321
12. Christian County 343
13. Owensboro 374
14. Greenwood 397 15. Paducah St. Mary 410
16. Muhlenberg Co. 446
17. Owensboro Catholic 450
18. Clarksville Northwest 464
19. Reidland 583
20. Henderson County 590
21. Christian County (B) 638


In girls action, the young and talented Lady Trojans finished seventh with a very strong showing.

Hannah Pritchett was first in for the WC girls, placing 54th in 23:02.61.

Kolbi Edens was close behind in 59th position with a 23:19.38 clocking. Cassidy Thomas was 61st in 23:22.34 while fellow freshman Ali Cherry was 73rd in 23:54.17. Madison Townsend was 74th (23:56.7) and Kaylee Duncan was 85th (24:30.8).

Lauren Stinnett earned a 25:37.07 clocking while Mercedes Haney finished in 25:55.44.

Louisville Manual easily won the girls' team title, led by Kristen Hale who covered the 5K course virtually unchallenged in 17:55.91.

Team Standings
1. Louisville Manual 24
2. Daviess County 47
3. Greenwood 93
4. North Hardin 133
5. Meade County 144
6. Apollo 153
7. Louisville Butler 205
8. Webster County 239
9. Clarksville Northwest 275
10. Allen Co.-Scottsville 276
11. Henderson County 295
12. Christian County 313
13. South Warren 331

Webster County squads head back to Owensboro this Saturday for the annual Apollo Invitational.

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