|BG boys finish second at Tiffin|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Monday, 09 September 2013 09:17|
Bowling Green's boys finished fourth in Division I-B at the Tiffin Cross Country Carnival at Hedges-Boyer Park.
The Bobcats had 156 points in the 30-team meet. Cincinnati St. Xavier won with 62.
Lucas Overmyer led BG, finishing fifth in 17:10.
Completing BG's top five were: Michael Shilling, 25th, 18:01; Bret Horn, 36th, 18:14; Noah Lanning, 41st, 18:19; and Jack Amburgey, 49th, 18:26.
In Division I-A, Perrysburg was 20th with 522 points.
Perrysburg's top five were: Andrew Bayes 58th, 16:55; Bobby Borger, 71st, 17:02; Parker Calvin, 84th, 17:12; Anthony Glorioso, 131st, 17:41; and Matt Studer, 178th, 18:06.
In Division II, Otsego's Brandon Avers finished sixth with a time of 16:32.
Otsego finished 10th as a team with 355 points.
Also from Wood County, Eastwood was 19th with 547 and Lake was 22nd with 607.
Completing Otsego's top five were: Seth Harnishfeger, 54th, 17:59; Caleb Baus, 77th, 17:54; Jordy Ghesquiere, 102nd, 18:09; and Tyler Harroun, 121st, 18:23.
Eastwood's top five were: Gabe Fredericks, 40th, 17:29; Noah Smith, 63rd, 17:44; Sam Church, 64th, 17:44; Josh Bierley, 142nd, 18:52; and Tony Caris, 242nd, 20:32.
Lake's top five were: Tyler Rickman, 20th, 17:00; Scott Brittenham, 97th, 18:04; Nick Walters, 159th, 19:05; Orfrancis Ozuna, 166th, 19:09; and Aaron Witt, 173rd, 19:14.
In Division III, Lakota was 14th with 426 points.
Lakota's top five were: Luke Baker, 16th, 17:59; Caleb Tolento, 44th, 18:51; Isaac Ritter, 115th, 20:10; David Mason, 122nd, 20:23 and Matthew Steiner, 129th, 20:27.
Elmwood finishes 10th
At Spencerville High School, Elmwood finished 10th with 244 points.
The Royals' top five were: Andrew Jasso, 24th, 18:22; Cheyne Jenkins, 29th, 18:34; Matthew Wagner, 53rd, 19:29; Josh Mathias, 66th, 19:53; and Noah Corral, 20:11.
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