Girls cross country takes first in Broken Arrow Invitational
The Jenks girls cross country continues to dominate the state with another top finish in a meet, this time the Broken Arrow Invitational.
The Lady Trojans grabbed first out of nine teams in the field.
Avery Mazzei took third overall with a time of 18:59.27. Ryann Barber finished fourth with a time of 19:44.91. Tarryn Lowry placed eighth with a time of 20:27.50.
Deborah Mazzei took 14th with a time of 20:43.25. Shelby Kihega finished 17th with a timer of 21:08.27.
Paige Twiehaus placed 23rd with a time of 21:30.37 and Paige Gancarczyk took 35th with a time of 22:50.08.
68 total girls competed in the event.
On the boys’ side, the Trojans took sixth overall out of nine teams.
Todd Mcdoulette took 21st with a time of 17:25.22. Elijah Nyambura finished 22nd with a time of 17:46.79. Tyler Mcdoulette placed 28th with a time of 17:47.57.
Ethan Lacey took 37th with a time of 18:8.20. Britton Garcia finished 39th with a time of 18:37.37.
Ryan Mccarthy placed 43rd with a time of 18:47.51 and Carter Ford took 46th with a time of 18:54.76.
73 total boys competed in the event.
Up next for the Jenks cross country teams is a trip out of state Saturday for an 11 a.m. meet at the Missouri Southern Stampede.