Ida, Mich., swept the boys and girls cross country titles a the Archbold Invitational, Saturday, Sept. 7.
The Ida Bluestreak boys team won with 56 points, with three runners finishing in the top 10.
Ayersville was second with 72, and the host Archbold Blue Streaks were third with 108.
Seventeen teams competed.
The Ida Bluestreak girls team was victorious with 37 points. Just like the boys team, they had three finish in the top 10.
Edgerton was second with 72, and Blissfield, Mich., took third with 80.
The Blue Streak girls finished eighth with 194 points.
Eleven teams competed.
Antwerp’s Sam Williamson won the race in 16 minutes, 50 seconds.
Logan Garrow was the first Blue Streak to cross the finish line. He placed fourth in 17:26.
Matt Kinsman was 13th in 18:26, Tyson Helmke was 21st in 18:59, and Pete Schoenhals was 26th in 19:15. Brandon Bryan was Archbold’s final scoring runner, placing 49th in 20:21.
Other Blue Streaks, their places and times: 64. Garrett Grime 21:03; 78. Aaron Schmucker 21:46; 84. Lathon Babcock 22:02; 132. Ethan Young 30:15.
Ida’s Ashley Sorge won in 19:14.
Emily Roth was the first Archbold runner to finish. She placed 31st in 23:21.
Taylor DeWolfe finished 36th in 23:29, and Alicia Hernandez was 43rd in 24:03 Jensyn Garrow was 58th in 24:58. Demetria Martinez finished the scoring runners for AHS, running 67th in 25:29.
Other Blue Streaks, their places and times: 77. Neila Kinsman 26:22; 78. Anna Schoenhals 26:22; 99. Maura Riley 28:18.