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CHAMBERSBURG — The Trojans had another fantastic meet Sept. 2 on their home course at Falling Spring Elementary School. The competition against Central Dauphin East gave the girls team a score of 15 to Central Daulphin’s 50. The boys team came in with a score of 20 to CD East’s 39.

In cross country, much like golf, the team with the lowest score wins. It works like this: Scores of the top five finishers on each team added together make up the team’s total score. The team with the lowest total wins.

Trojan Girls results:

  • Freshman Camyrn Kiser finished first overall with a time of 20:46.
  • Sophomore Olivia Rieck at third overall with a time of 21:17.
  • Junior Keira Whitehead at fourth overall with a time of 21:49.
  • Senior Anna DeGrange at fifth overall with a time of 22:11.
  • Junior Maddie Kinton at sixth overall with a time of 22:12.

Trojan Boys results:

  • Senior Joe Corwell and junior Brayden Boyd tied for first overall each with a time of 18:21.
  • Senior Justin Maxwell came in third overall with a time of 18:25.
  • Sophomore Billy Prentice was fifth overall with a time of 18:57.
  • Sophomore Zach Yourkavitch finished eighth overall with a time of 19:10.

What’s next:

Both teams have a tri-meet against Central Dauphin and State College at Central Dauphin on Tuesday.

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Boys cross country meet Sept. 2 at CASD’s Falling Spring course. (Photos by Ross Richards.)

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