Lynx run at Go-Hawk Classic

WAVERLY — Webster City cross country runners continued to show improvement Tuesday at the Dick Pollitt Go-Hawk Classic held on the Wartburg Cross Country Course.

“We had some large improvements in our overall times and splits and ran well,” said Lynx head coach Derek Turner.

In the unique team scoring format each grade competes separately.

For the Lynx the sophomore girls finished in 11th place among the 12 teams with Denver claiming the title. Karina Murray led the way with a time of 25:36.99.

Emma Peck had the top time for the WCHS girls with a 24:34.28 run in the senior division, placing her 17th.

Webster City’s freshmen boys claimed fourth place in their division of 14 schools. Center Point-Urbana finished in first.

Justin Callahan again was the Lynx leader crossing the finish line in 20:12.29.

Webster City senior Brayden Henely led the Lynx senior boys to a tenth place finish in their division, completing the course in 19:18.46.

The squads will return to action on Monday at one of the state’s largest meets at Ballard.

Dick Pollitt Go-Hawk Classic

Tuesday at Waverly


Sophomores (11th of 12)

21. Karina Murray 25:36.99; 49. Caroline Ehn 35:46.72; 50. Natalie Eggers 36:07.60; 51. Aryana Toftee 37:35.81.


17. Emma Peck 24:34.28.


Freshmen (4th of 14)

12. Justin Callahan 20:12.39; 21. Jack Barner 21:26.41; 29. Kyzer Zinnel 22:40.18; 42. Ivan Lopez 25:09.12.


33. Owen Patterson 21:36.46; 65. Aiden Rollins 27:33.65.


27. Aiden Rahe 19:58.92; 70. Landon Crawford 30:48.36.

Seniors (10th of 12)

21. Brayden Henely 19:18.46; 45. Gabe Rollins 23:24.32; 46. Wyatt Bingham 23:30.16; 50. Derek Carr 33:17.94.


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