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Goodrich boys finish second at cross country meet

LAKE FENTON—The Goodrich Boys Varsity Cross Country team finished second at its most recent Flint Metro League meet on Oct. 3.

Four Goodrich runners finished in the event’s Top 11, helping the Martians to secure 42 points and a second-place finish behind Lake Fenton (34 points). Junior Gabe Trudeau led Goodrich with a third overall finish and a time of 17:04, while Martians senior Lucas Oberle placed fourth overall with a time of 17:27. Freshman Luke Francis also landed in the top 10 with a seventh place finish and a time of 17:53.

Other Goodrich finishers included freshman Cooper Grzeskowiak (11th place, personal best of 18:23); senior Carter Lauinger (17th place, 18:51); Landen Andre (20th place, 19:17); sophomore Isaiah Dunn (23rd place, 9:22); sophomore Jayden Lipp (19:22); freshman Aiiden Jones (19:46); freshman Carson Daniel (20:08); and sophomore Hunter Husted (21:50).

Fifty-nine runners competed in the race. — B.G.

Goodrich girls win cross country meet at Lake Fenton

LAKE FENTON — The Goodrich Girls Varsity Cross Country team finished first at the Flint Metro League Jamboree #2 in Lake Fenton on Oct. 3.

Goodrich placed five runners in the top 10 in a field of 51 competitors and notched 31 points, besting second-place Corunna (65 points) and third-place Lake Fenton (79 points) by a wide margin. Freshman Olivia Giza finished first for Goodrich and third overall with a new personal best of 20:16.57. Freshman Alexis Waring was the next highest Goodrich finisher, placing fourth overall with time of 20:43.

Goodrich’s other top 10 ten finishers included freshman Ella Kenworthy (sixth place, 21:59), junior Ellie Winter (eighth place, 22:14) and sophomore Elizabeth Musznski (10th place, 21:59).

Other Goodrich finishers included freshman Sophia Shelton (15th place, 23:04); sophomore Lilyn Mi (18th place, 23:07); senior Noelle Mohrman (season best of 23:21); freshman Clare Kowalczyk (24:28); freshman Taelor Husted (24:38); freshman Alleta Brandon (25:39); and junior Hannah Chrifialaoui (28:38). — B.G.