Mustangs edge Bulldogs at Sault Elks cross country meet – Sault Ste. Marie, MI – Sault Ste. Marie Evening News
Mustangs edge Bulldogs at Sault Elks cross country meet

By Staff reports
Sault Ste. Marie Evening News
New! Mon Oct 12, 2009, 11:09 AM EDT
SAULT STE. MARIE — Munising edged Rudyard by one point to win the Sault Elks Invitational boys cross country meet Saturday.
Jake Mahoski and Ryan Goings finished 1-2 in times of 16:33 and 16:52 on the William Lynn Trails to pace the Mustangs to first place with 52 points, just one point ahead of the Bulldogs.
Rudyard’s Drew Otten finished third overall in 16:57. Also for the Bulldogs, David Jarvie was fifth in 17:09, Jacob McDonoff was 9th in 17:44, T.J. Rice was 14th in 18:01 and Sven Reichelt 22nd in 18:47.
Harbor Springs was third with 57 and Sault High was fourth with 91. They were followed by North Trails 126, Cedarville 166, Boyne Falls 183, Rogers City 221, Pickford 256, St. Ignace 258 and DeTour 305.
Cody Ware led the Blue Devils with an 8th-place finish in 17:42. Also for the Sault, Sam Burtt was 12th (17:52), Keane Cairns 21st (18:41), Richard Little 23rd (18:51) and Bret Weber 27th (19:10).
Other top area runners in the top 20 included Cedarville’s Matthew Schlosser, who was 18th in 18:18.
Harbor Springs won the girls meet with 40 points, followed by South Lyon 68 and Boyne Falls 105. They were followed by Rudyard 150, South Lyon East 160, Sault High 173, Munising 191, Rogers City 194, Cedarville 217, St. Ignace 218, Pickford 233 and North Trails 260.
Abby Kelto of Munising won the girls race in 19:17.
Sarah Cullip of St. Igance was the top area finisher, placing fifth in 20:01.
Leah Jarvie of Rudyard was 12th in 20:48, while Rebecca Malaski was 22nd (21:51) for the Bulldogs.
Brenna Moher paced Sault High with a 18th-place effort in 21:28.
Pickford’s Brandi Kopitz was 13th in 20:52.
Area teams will run at the Straits Area Conference finals meet Tuesday at Rudyard.
Trenton Erner of Rudyard won the boys’ JV race winner in 19:40.
In the middle school race, Steven Kymes and Cheyenne Lajoice turned in second-place finishes in the boys and girls’ meets, respectivley.

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