Wolf wins in ColumbusSeptember 6, 2021
By Herald Staff
Spenser Wolf and Forest Park made the trip Saturday to the Columbus North Cross Country Classic, and Wolf found himself in a familiar position - on top.
The Rangers senior won the race with a time of 15:08, and the Rangers finished in fourth place out of more than 20 teams in the A Division. Forest Park senior Ellie Hall came in second and the Ranger girls in fourth in the A Division.
Forest Park was the only local school to field a team, but Jasper seniors Abe Eckman and Andi VanMeter were at it again, competing as individuals in the AA Divisions. Eckman ran a 15:14.4 time in the AA boys race to finish second overall. Meanwhile, VanMeter finished fourth in the AA girls race with a time of 18:14.5.
Southridge, Forest Park and Heritage Hills competed in the Pocket Athletic Conference meet Saturday at Country Oaks Golf Course. The Raiders totaled 399 team points to finish in third. The Rangers finished in eighth by shooting a 410, and the Patriots ninth with a 413.
Heritage Hills junior Kylie Fahnestock tied for fourth by shooting an 88, while senior teammate Grace Mangan shot an 89, tying for her seventh for the two lowest individual local scores.
Prep Boys Tennis
Heritage Hills came away with a 4-1 win Saturday against PAC rival Mt. Vernon, winning every set except the No. 2 doubles. Freshman Maison Ficker won his No. 2 singles set, 6-0, 6-0. Fellow freshman Matthew Kress had to work for his win in the No. 3 singles, coming away with the 6-2 win in his first set. However, the second set was a 7-6 (7-5) win to give him the victory.
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