The Fort Collins High School boys cross country team won the Dave Sanders Invitational in Littleton on Friday.
The Lambkins had five runners finish among the top 10 individuals to defeat No. 2 Arapahoe.
Cameron Dimas was Fort Collins’ top boys finisher, placing third overall.
Lauren Gregory won the girls race for the Lambkins and was named the meet MVP.
LOVELAND INVITATIONAL — The Poudre boys finished as team champions at the Loveland Sweethart Invitational.
The Impalas were led by Henry Raymond, who won the individual race in 16 minutes, 27 seconds. Bryan Hird was Rocky Mountain’s top finisher, placing fourth in 16:57. The Lobos were second as a team.
Rocky Mountain’s Kacey Doner won the girls race in 18:49 — leading the Lobos to a third-place team finish. Julia Schlepp also placed among the top five individuals, finishing fourth in 19:38.
Luna Slater was the Poudre girls’ top finisher in third at 19:20. The Impalas placed fifth as a team.
WOLVERINE INVITATIONAL — Heritage Christian had team and individual wins in both the boys and girls races at Monfort Park in Greeley.
Rebekah Rairon won the girls race in 20:00 and was followed by her twin sister, Rachel Rairdon, in second at 20:04. The Eagles’ girls team is ranked No. 1 in Class 2A.
Luke Gilliland won the boys race in 17:10 for Heritage Christian.
Liberty Common’s top finisher was Nathan Dowdy, who placed 12th in the boys race in 18:10. Teammate Chris Martinez was directly behind in 13th at 18:14.
Sara Earle led the Liberty Common girls, finishing 21st overall in 23:05.
RESURRECTION CHRISTIAN 51, ESTES PARK 0 — The Cougars, who are ranked No. 3 in 1A, racked up 51 points by halftime in their road win.
RCS has posted two shutout wins this season and is outscoring its opponents 196-25. The Cougars improve to 5-0 overall, 2-0 in Metro League play.
LEGACY 1, POUDRE 0 — The Impalas were shut out at home on a second-half goal from Legacy’s Matteo Chavez-Vitale. Poudre falls to 3-4 overall, 1-2 in Front Range League play.
DAYSPRING CHRISTIAN 3, LIBERTY COMMON 0 — The Eagles were swept 25-17, 25-14, 25-18 at home in their fourth consecutive defeat.
No individual statistics were reported. Liberty Common falls to 2-5 overall, 2-3 in Mile High League play.
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