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Wolverines season ends

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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Connor Hill of White River Valley competed for the Wolverines at the Brown County Sectional Tuesday night. Hill and WRV completed their boys cross country season. (By B.J. Hargis/Greene County Daily World). [Order this photo]
The cross country season came to an end for the White River Valley boys cross country team at Tuesday's Brown County Sectional.

As a team the Wolverines finished in 10th place with a team total of 281 points.

Leading the Wolverine contingent on the 3.1 mile course was Conner Hill who posted a time of 18 minutes, nine seconds putting him in 34th place.

Only the top five teams and top 15 individuals advanced.

Buddy Davis was next through the chute for WRV with a time 18:12 to put him 36th.

Other finishers for the Wolverines included Hunter Cornelius (20:33) in 64th, Brad Clifford (21:54) in 71st, Tyler York (22:38) in 76th, Levi Provo (23:38) in 78th and Vaughn Johnson (26:36) in 82nd.

There were no entrants from the Switz City school in the girls race.

Cross Country

Sectional

At Brown County

Top five teams, top 15 individuals advanced to regionals.

1. Columbus North 15; 2. Indian Creek 82; 3. Seymour 88; 4. Brown County 100; 5. Columbus East 152; 6. Martinsville 161; 7. Brownstown Central 194; 8. Hauser 223; 9. Trinity Lutheran 270; 10. White River Valley 281; 11. Southwestern (Shelby) 321; Crothersville 327.

White River Valley finishers

34. Conner Hill, WRV, 18:09; 36. Buddy Davis, WRV, 18:12; 64. Hunter Cornelius, WRV, 20:33; 71. Brad Clifford, WRV, 21:54; 76. Tyler York, WRV, 22:48; 78. Levi Provo, WRV, 23:38; 82. Vaughn Johnson, WRV, 26:36.


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PROUD OF ALL OUR WOLVERINES !!!!

-- Posted by CRAZEDFAN101232 on Thu, Oct 11, 2012, at 5:46 PM


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