Vote: Top girls cross country runner of the week, Oct. 7 (Poll Closed)

  • Lanie Nicholson, South Ripley – The sophomore won the small school race at the Batesville Invitational with a time of 21:12.70, to help South Ripley to a team title.
    28 votes

  • Lily Pinckley, Batesville - The sophomore won the large school race at the Batesville Invitational with a time of 20:23.90 Oct. 1, to help Batesville to a team title.
    45 votes

  • Faith Duncan, Lebanon – She was the highest-placing local runner at the Nike Valley Twilight Invitational, Indiana State University, at fourth place, with a time of 18:12.70.
    357 votes

  • Amy Klocke, Bishop Brossart - The freshman finished first at the 2019 Diocese of Covington meet Oct. 1 at A.J. Jolly Park, hosted by Bishop Brossart, helping Brossart to a first-place team finish.
    271 votes

  • Brooke Garter, Kings – The senior won the Ed Leas Fall Classic Invitational Oct. 5 with at time of 18:29.56, helping Kings to a second-place team finish.
    108 votes

  • Alyssa Hammond, Oak Hills – She was the highest-placing runner, third, at the Oct. 5 Ross XC Invitational for the first-place Oak Hills Highlanders team.
    500 votes

  • Maria Kaylor, Princeton – The senior won the Ross XC Invitational Oct. 5 with a time of 19:04.03, helping Princeton to an eighth-place team finish.
    429 votes

  • Elizabeth Whaley, Indian Hill – The sophomore was the champion at the Oct. 1 CHCA XC Invitational Oct. 1, helping the Braves to a first-place team title. She also won the New Richmond XC Invitational, helping her team to first there, as well.
    87 votes

  • Chloe Callahan, Anderson – She won the West Clermont XC Invitational Oct. 2, helping the Redskins to a first-place team finish.
    968 votes

  • Jaina Hellmann, Fenwick – She won the Norwood Invitational Oct. 5, helping Fenwick to a first-place team finish.
    723 votes


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