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September 15, 2013

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    Overall team scores: 1. Columbus North 66, 2. Bloomington South 78, 3. Westfield 118, 4. North Central 178, 5. Terre Haute South 180, 6. Bloomington North 190, 7. Seymour 273, 8. Franklin Central 277, 9. Martinsville 325, 10. Terre Haute North 344, 12. Floyd Central 367, 13. Borden 412, 18. Eastern 576, 28. Silver Creek 747, 39. New Albany 1,066.

    Small School Division: 1. Tell City 109, 2. Borden 121, 3. Eastern 174, 4. Perry Central 174, 5. Barr-Reeve 179, 6. West Vigo 225, 7. Brown County 248, 8. Park Tudor 248, 9. North Harrison 250, 10. Lighthouse Christian 251, 11. Silver Creek 261.

    Top 10: 1. Kyle Burks (BS) 15:16, 2. Rinne Colin (Wf) 15:26, 3. Anthony Williams (BS) 15:29, 4. Kaden Eaton (CN) 15:31, 5. Jarit Perkins (BR) 15:35, 6. Andy Carr (CN) 15:36, 7. James Huffman (NC) 15:39, 8. Julien Magallanes (Bor) 15:39, 9. Griffin Tichenor 15:39, 10. Riley Stohler (THS) 15:40.

    Floyd Central: 36. Luke Uhl 16:20, 76. Chad Lawrence 17:02, Reese Tarr 17:03, 90. Grant Vellinger 17:11, 96. Alec Heitz 17:15, 157. Nathan Manias 18:13, 172. William Pierce 18:24.

    Borden: 8. Julien Magallanes 15:39, 54. George Tipker 16:40, 79. Gavin Tipker 17:04, 103. Nathen Magallanes 17:29, 181. Andy Stonechipher 18:32, 203. Will Little 18:57, 207. Brian McGee 18:59.

    Eastern: 41. Khalil McDaniel 16:26, 127. Reid Prindle 17:51, 131. Dakota Jackson 17:54, 137. Josh Ratts 17:58, 159. Dalton Jackson 18:14, 161. Cody Shepherd 18:15.

    Silver Creek: 93. Tanner Coots 17:12, 154. Morgan Davidson 18:11, 167. Matthew Bottorff 18:19, 177. Boone Barton 18:27, 182. Tyler Priddy 18:32.

    New Albany: 165. Drew Bostock 18:17, 174. Theron Gust 18:25, 219. Tre Lynch 19:08, 277. Ben Fouts 22:27, 278. Seth Cook 23:14.

    Jeffersonville: 187. Caleb Boutell 18:36, 257. James McKinney 20:21, 267. Joe King 21:00.

    Note: Borden’s Julien Magallanes was second to Barr-Reeve’s Jarit Perkins in the small-school division. McDaniel was seventh and Tipker 10th.

    Borden coach Liz Carmony: “I hate losing but happy with our performance. Most of the team set personal records, so that's what we are focusing on.”

    New Albany coach Paul Hamilton: “This team has a competitive spirit about them and are a fun bunch of kids to coach.”

    Silver Creek coach Darrell Kingery: “I was pleased with the boys even though we were short-handed today. Everyone that ran today ran a season or a personal best.  We were resting three out of our top seven due to some nagging little injuries, hoping to get them all back for the last big drive of the season.  We hope to be a major factor come conference and sectional time and look forward to Crawford County next Saturday. If we can continue this improvement, we will be just fine.”

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