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Wabash Boys/Oswalt Win Mississinewa XC Invite


The Wabash boys and middle school cross country teams ran in the Mississinewa Invite Saturday.

The Apache boys cross country team traveled to Mississinewa Saturday for the first meet of the season and came away victorious with a score of 19 points. Brett Shull was the overall winner followed by Ezra Church and Jace Bullins in 2nd and 3rd. Chase Howard and Matthew Niles were close behind in 6th and 7th. Kasen Oswalt and Maverick Sommers round out the top seven runners with a 12th and 22nd place finish.

Middle School Girls at Mississinewa The MS Lady Apaches competed in their 2023 season opener at the Mississinewa Invitational Saturday morning. Last years 8th grade crew took team numbers down as they moved up, but they did not take the middle school Apaches fighting spirit! Our young Apaches took on their first race with tenacity and started their season off strong. With half of the team hitting or getting close to their PRs, it speaks volumes of the type of heart these girls raced with under the perfect weather conditions. Once all of our new runners are ready to compete, I can only imagine what they will do the rest of the season! Coming in first for the running Apache crew was our 6th grader, Teresina Cordes, running a career PR time of 13:19 and taking 4th place overall. Coming in 8th place was another 6th grader, Sutton Stoffel, running in with her career PR of 14:05. Next into the shoot for the team was 6th grader Kylie Mickelson. Mickelson ran a time of 16:21, closing in on her career PR from last season and finishing up in 16th place. Next was Kinslee McBride, a 6th grader, running in 18th place with a time of 16:37. Following closely behind McBride was Briar Stoffel, another 6th grader. Briar completed her first 2023 race in 19th place with a 16:38 time. Next for the Apache crew was Emma Cantrell, a 7th grader, running a time of 18:02 and finishing in 22nd place. Rounding out the team was our newcomer, Camille Coffman, a 6th grader, running a 19:20 and taking 24th place overall. There were 24 athletes total in the race. The girls placed 3rd as a team. Our middle school Apaches kicked off their season, strong! With it being only the beginning, you’ll want to catch these girls in action throughout the season as they are sure to continue to impress! Girls will be competing again next week at North Miami on Tuesday.

The Wabash Middle School Boys cross country team ran their first meet of the season Saturday at Mississinewa coming in 2nd place. Kamden Oswalt was the individual champion and his 10:55 winning time is a new course record. Jacoby Amburgey finished 9th, Kaden Kelsheimer 13th, Kedryn Evenson 14th, Jeffery Small 15th, Easton Cantrell 16th, Landen Fisher 17th, Jaydenn Mertz 23rd, Demetri Shull 27th, Mason Tart 29th, Aiden Young 32nd, and Calan McWhirt 35th

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