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Naney wins Caddo Run jr boys division

CADDO HILLS – The Caddo Hills Indians hosted the Caddo Run cross country meet Saturday, September 14, with Lane Naney bringing home the win for Caddo Hills in the junior boys division.

Lane Naney led a strong group of athletes in the junior division with a time of nine minutes 13.15 seconds. The Junior Indians finished second in the division behind Nashville.

Caddo Hills competitors in the division include:

Lane Naney – 1st place, 9:13.15

Chayanne Hernandez – 5th place, 9:24.89

David Castillo – 15th place, 9:59.87

Tony Ruiz – 18th place, 10:12.95

Nathan Bankhead – 20th place, 10:19.75

Daniel Cruz – 21st place, 10:20.31

Joseph McGraw – 28th place, 11:01.92

Diego Chavez – 41st place, 12:05.37

Cameron Sliger – 45th place, 12:41.28

Team finishes: 1st – Nashville, 2nd – Caddo Hills, 3rd – Magazine, 4th – Dardanelle, 5th – Jessieville, 6th – Magnet Cove, 7th – Centerpoint

Skyler Thomas of Russellville won the senior boys division with a time of 15:38.43. Bersain Cruz turned in the fastest time for Caddo Hills with a time of 17:11.27 which was good enough for 18th place.

Caddo Hills competitors in the division include: 

Bersain Cruz – 18th place, 17:11.27

Juan Velazquez – 23rd place, 17:38.65

Team finishes: 1st – Russellville, 2nd – Dardanelle, 3rd – Centerpoint, 4th – Nashville, 5th – Jessieville, 6th – Magnet Cove, 7th – Western Yell County.

In the junior girls division Juliah Rogers of Jessieville took the top spot with a time of 9:44.69. Madilyn Phillips had the fastest time among Caddo Hills runners with a time of 11:42.16.

Caddo Hills competitors in the division include:

Madilyn Phillips – 15th place, 11:42.16

Skylin Sliger – 18th place, 11:56.59

Katelynn Foster – 28th place, 12:39.89

Team finishes: 1st – Jessieville, 2nd – Nashville, 3rd – Mansfield, 4th – Western Yell County, 5th – Centerpoint, 6th – Dardanelle, 7th – Harmony Grove-Haskell.

Brooke Wyatt of Fountain Lake won the senior girls division with a time of 18:12.95.

Caddo Hills did not have anyone competing in the senior girls division.

Mount Ida had two Lady Lions compete with Destiny Dillon turning in the fastest time among the duo.

Mount Ida competitors in the division include: Destiny Dillon – 19th place, 24:28.74

Allie Saveall – 28th place, 28:08.13.

Team finishes: 1st – Russellville, 2nd – Nashville.

There were athletes representing 18 different schools competing in the event last Saturday.

The junior boys and girls divisions race on a 2400m course that winds its way around the Caddo Hills School District Campus.

The senior boys and girls compete in a three mile course that makes its way around the Caddo Hills School District Campus.

Article written by Dewayne Holloway

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