Running home: LSXC comes away with five total wins in final home meet

On a gorgeous fall afternoon, the Lampeter-Strasburg cross country team hosted its second and final home meet of the season. Garden Spot, Annville-Cleona, and Penn Manor descended on West Lampeter to run on the Pioneers' home course. Ostensibly benefiting from its knowledge thereof, L-S teams combined to go 5-1, with the girls' team sweeping the opposition, and the boys' team defeating Garden Spot and Annville Cleona, but falling to Penn Manor.
Olivia Honert runs for the girls' team in its final home meet of the season
Jasmine McClintock placed second overall in the girls' meet, and led the way for the Lady Pioneers, posting a time of 19:16. Hailey Welchans finished sixth with a time of 20:54. Also in the top 20 for L-S were Abby Gordley (10th - 21:34), Olivia Gard (11th - 21:48), Kyla Drouillard (12th - 21:55), Juliann Knollmeyer (14th - 21:06), Jacky Kirchner (16th - 22:23), Hannah Hess (17th - 22:27), Alyssa Cunningham (18th - 22:44), Ellie Crumpler (19th - 22:49), and Kelsey Kimmel (20th - 23:04).
Luke Raum set the pace on the boys' side for L-S
On the boys' side, Luke Raum led the team with an eighth place overall finish and a time of 17:30. Noah Pritchard, Everett Honert, and Caleb Gawne all finished during a 21-second span from 18:04 to 18:25, and placed 11th, 13th, and 14th respectively. Nathan Cooper and Michael Kuhns rounded out the top 20 for the Pioneers, placing 17th and 20th with times of 18:36 and 18:45 respectively.

Several L-S runners qualified for the District meet by posting qualifying times: 23:00 for girls, and 19:00 for boys.

Editor's Note: A Picasa album of Megan Doolittle's photos is available here.

--Benjamin Pontz, LSNews.org Editor-In-Chief; Photos by Megan Doolittle, LSNews.org Staff Photographer & Cross Country Reporter

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