Madisonville North Hopkins broke in the new cross country course Saturday morning as schools from all over Western Kentucky came to test their stamina. While several runners mentioned that the new course was tough, the overall consensus seemed to be that it was much improved.
Of the 15 boys varsity teams participating, the winner was Apollo with an impressive average time of 17:57, followed by Muhlenberg County with 18:46, Owensboro Catholic 18:54, Webster County 19:20, Christian County 19:13, Grayson County 19:33, Marshall County 19:37, St. May High 19:57, Madisonville North Hopkins 20:18, Graves County 20:33, Union County 20:35, Hopkinsville High 21:06, Hopkins County Central 21:26, Calloway County 21:39 and Paducah Tilghman with 23:21.
The Varsity Girls of Muhlenberg County took home the trophy for first place with a team time of 21:40 followed by Owensboro High with 22:46, Graves County 23:23, Apollo 23:53, Hopkinsville High 25:51, Webster County 25:41, Madisonville North 26:33, Marshall County 26:35 and Paducah Tilghman with 28:06.
The Burns Middle School boys squeaked past the Webster County boys for the win with a team time of 10:53, closely followed by Webster County’s time of 10:55. Grayson County followed with 11:51, Christian County 11:31, Dawson Springs 11:36, Madisonville North 11:32, Graves County 11:42, Muhlenberg 12:19 and Murray with 13:53.
The Middle School Girls race went to Graves County with a team time of 12:43, followed by Dawson Springs with 13:08, Marshall County 13:42, Owensboro 13:39, Christian County 13:31, Murray 13:48 and Union County with 15:10.
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