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October 1, 2013

TUESDAY HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Magallanes, Borden boys claim New Washington Invitational

Garringer’s hat trick helps Floyd Central down Jeff

NEW WASHINGTON — Behind Julien Magallanes and Gavin Tipker’s 1-2 finish, the Borden Braves won the New Washington Invitational on Tuesday. Magallanes, who ran away from the pack, finished with a time of 16:27. Gavin Tipker ran a solid 17:25, not too far behind was brother George Tipker, who ran a 17:36, and Nathen Magallenes, who finished with a time of 18:04.

The Braves had four finish in the top 10, which helped them to score 29 points.

Borden coach Liz Carmony was pleased with her team’s overall performace, stating, “We had a decent race today and hope to continue to see improvment from our fifth runner.”

Will Little was the fifth runner on Tuesday. He finished 14th with a time of 18:36, just missing the top 10. Andy Stonecipher (18:46) and Brian McGee (19:35) rounded out Borden’s solid performance.

The Braves will be back in action on Thursday at the Eastern Invitational.  

CROSS COUNTRY

NEW WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL

BOYS

    Team scores: Borden wins meet.

    Borden: 1. Julien Magallanes 16:27, 2.Gavin Tipker 17:25, 4. George Tipker 17:36, 8. Nathen Magallanes 18:04, 14. Will Little 18:36, 16. Andy Stonecipher 18:46, 19. Brian McGee 19:35.

    Next: Borden and CAI at Eastern Invitational, Thursday; Henryville at SAC, next Tuesday; New Washington at MSC, next Tuesday.

GIRLS

    Team scores: Borden finished 5th.

    Borden: 9. Brooklyn Agnew 22:57, 11. Abby Ellis 23:43, 25. Kaelan Harmes 26:17, 32. Kate Gertin 27:53, 43. Courtney Welp 30:27.

    Borden coach Liz Carmony: “Our top two girls ran well for us today; Hopefully our other three can get up with them by conference [next Tuesday].”

    Next: Borden and CAI at Eastern Invitational, Thursday; Henryville at SAC, next Tuesday; New Washington at MSC, next Tuesday.

FLOYD CENTRAL 8, JEFFERSONVILLE 1

At Floyd Central

SCORING PLAYS

First half

    F — Mckenzie Garringer (unassisted), 5th min.

    F — Garringer (Lauren Wyatt), 7th.

    F — Garringer (Wyatt) 9th.

    F — Christian Miller (unassisted), 30th.

  Second half

    F — Presley Roos (Halee Tanner), 55th.

    F — Wyatt (unassisted), 61st.

    J — Devin Carrier (unassisted), 63rd.

    F — Jessica Caryell (unassisted), 70th.

    F — Ellie Stewart (unassisted), 75th.

    Stats: Mckenzie Garringer had a first half hat trick.

    Quotes: Floyd Central coach, Lewie Stevens, “[It’s] not always easy playing on Senoir Night. The girls stayed focused and played well throughout the night with all the activity and celebration going on outside of the game.”

  Records: Floyd Central 9-5-2.

    Next: Jeffersonville at Providence, Thursday; Floyd Central at Madison, Thursday.

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