MARION — Knowing that the level of competition would be higher, the Bluffton boys and Norwell girls answered the bell Saturday morning and ran their best...
Three teams and six individuals from Wells County survived last week’s cross country sectionals and advanced to Saturday’s regional competition in Marion...
Bluffton’s Zoey Smith also moves on to regional
MARION — Although neither the Southern Wells girls’ or boys’ cross country teams qualified to move on to the regional round next weekend, five Raiders...
MONROE — Battling a strong wind on a day more like winter than early fall, the Bluffton boys and Southern Wells girls had one of their better high school...
FORT WAYNE — The Norwell boys’ and girls’ cross country teams both finished fifth in their respective races at the Northeast Hoosier Conference...
The Southern Wells girls placed fourth and the boys fifth in the Allen County Athletic Conference middle school cross country championships Saturday at Monroe.
The Norwell Middle School girls’ cross country team won the Indiana small school championship Saturday at Carmel.
Efforts by members of the Bluffton Tigers’ boys’ cross country team came up short Tuesday evening in a battle to gain a share of the Allen County Athletic...
Bluffton’s Kevin Moser and Southern Wells’ Meghan Yencer finished in the top four Saturday to lead their respective teams to runner-up places in the South Adams Invitational cross country meet at Berne.
Norwell sophomore Noah Steffen placed seventh to help the Knights finish eighth Saturday in the Flash Rock Invitational boys’ cross country invitational division at Carmel.
Running around in the fast crowd apparently does not bother the Norwell girls’ cross country team, because the Knights are able to keep up with the pace.
Bluffton High School senior Kevin Moser finished second in the Blackford Invitational boys’ cross country small school division race to lead the Tigers to third place in the team standings.
Hannah Aschliman second, Noah Steffen 5th for Knights
Sydney Lambert, a Norwell seventh-grader, led the Crusaders’ girls to second place in the Manchester Invitational middle school cross country meet Saturday at North Manchester.
The Norwell girls’ cross country team took first place Tuesday in the Adams/Wells Bi-County Conditioner at Southern Wells High School.
Hunter Paris, a 29-year-old Fort Wayne man, was the winner of the 40th Parlor City Trot Saturday in Bluffton.
Hannah Aschliman 2nd, Noah Steffen 3rd
Senior Kevin Moser leads Tigers in 5K race
Cushman advances to D-II nationals