Fenley, Colts lead the pack at invitational meet.
Lukas Fenley won the individual race with a time of 16 minutes, 13.56 seconds over a 5,000-meter course to lead Thurston to the boys team title at the 13-team Woahink Lake Invitational near Florence on Saturday.
The Colts finished with 56 points, followed by Marist with 76 and Reynolds with 85. North Bend finished fifth with 113 and Siuslaw was sixth with 159.
Spenser Lynass of North Bend followed Fenley by 27 seconds in the individual race. Ryan Petersen finished third in 16:44.54 and Brad Bauer was sixth in 16:50.86 for Thurston, and Matt Hollander was 11th in 17:09.62 to lead Marist.
Max Hammer of Sheldon finished eighth in the individual race with a time of 17:16.0 to lead the Irish to the Varsity Invitational Division team title with 114 points at the Puma Classic in Bend.
Ben Altemus of Oakridge was second in 16:45.4 and teammate Max Long was sixth in 17:14.4 to lead the Warriors to 10th place with 282 points. Darrick Waugh of Henley won the individual race in 16:28.5.
In the Elite Varsity Division, Gino Gaddini of South Eugene placed 10th in 16:53.1 to lead the Axemen to fifth place with 122 points. Jake Keyser of Crater won the individual race in 16:08.0.
Tim Costin won the 5,000-meter individual race in a time of 16:09.6 to lead Springfield to fourth place at the 19-team Bryant Park Invitational in Albany.
Korey Humberston of Cottage Grove placed second in 16:21.9.
Central Catholic won the team title with 72 points, followed by Hidden Valley with 103. The Millers had 152 and Cottage Grove was sixth with 172.
Girls cross country
Hayley Belli of Philomath won the 5,000-meter individual race by 44 seconds with a time of 18:57.71 and host Siuslaw captured the team title at the 11-team Woahink Lake Invitational.
The Vikings, led by second-place Leah Twombly (19:41.87), finished with 36 points, followed by Reynolds with 88. Marist placed fourth with 102 and Thurston was eighth with 191.
Sierra Lee (20:13.39) was fourth and Kaylee Gruber (20:20.25) was fifth for Siuslaw. Meghan Whalen (20:29.28) finished eighth to lead Marist.
Casey Masterson of Sheldon finished in second place with a time of 18:34.4, followed by sixth-place Madison Randall (20:08.3) and eighth-place Nori Rice (20:22.7) as Sheldon won the Elite Varsity Division team title at the 12-team Puma Classic in Bend.
The Irish had 51 points, followed by Bellarmine Prep of Tacoma with 88, Ashland with 95 and Mountain View, Idaho, with 98. South Eugene was sixth with 129.
Nicole Cochran of Bellarmine Prep won the individual race in 18:16.2 over the 5,000-meter course. Taylor Drouet of South Eugene was ninth in 20:23.1.
Tualatin had four runners in the top 15 to win the team title at the 13-team Bryant Park Invitational at South Albany.
Lauren Breihof of Mountain View won the individual race in 19:11.0, followed by Tricia Morrison of Hillsboro in 19:20.0.
Kelly Egan of Springfield finished 14th in 21:02.1 to lead Springfield to sixth place.
Joe Claycomb scored two goals and assisted on one and Aden Farina-Henry had two goals as host South Eugene defeated South Medford 6-0 in a Southwest Conference prep boys soccer match Saturday.
The Axemen (4-0-0) gained sole possession of first place over the Panthers (3-1-0) with the victory and improved to 8-0-0 for the season.
Evan Turner had six saves while posting South Eugene's sixth shutout of the season.
North Medford scored the go-ahead goal in the 70th minute of a 2-1 Southwest Conference victory over visiting Sheldon.
Evan Bishop scored for Sheldon.
Ashley Chambers scored with 15 seconds left in overtime to give North Medford a 1-0 Southwest Conference victory at Sheldon.
Chambers scored off a loose ball after a corner kick by Elly Tucker to give North Medford its first victory in three consecutive overtime matches in the past seven days.
Nina DeHaas scored two goals and assisted on another as South Eugene took sole possession of first place in the Southwest Conference with a 6-0 victory over South Medford.
The Axemen are 4-0-0 in league and 5-2-1 overall.
Brooke Toy had nine kills and eight assists as host North Douglas (5-1) downed Oakland 25-22, 25-12, 25-23 to move into a three-team tie for first place in the Mountain View Conference.
Tiffany Mertens and Brianne Emel each added 10 digs for the Warriors.
Jeanette Freeman had 10 kills, 10 assists and six aces as host Oakridge (5-1) defeated Canyonville Christian 25-11, 25-11, 25-16 to move into a tie for first place in the Mountain View Conference. Mary Saxon added 11 assists for Oakridge.
Riddle defeated host Monroe 25-17, 25-14, 25-23 in a Mountain View match. Tessa Stroda led Monroe with 20 assists.
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|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||Oct 1, 2006|
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