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Harriers battle the heat in Winterset

Madison Waymire won the individual title at the Winterset Invitational on Tuesday.

Waymire, a senior from Dallas Center-Grimes, finished the shortened, two-mile course with a time of 11 minutes, 53 seconds, 25 seconds ahead of the runner-up, Abby Kohut-Jackson of Ballard. That matched the finish at the DC-G Invitational a week ago.

A-D-M’s Brianna Mueller claimed fourth overall with a time of 12:23, and DC-G’s Sydnee Hendricks was ninth in 12:58.

DC-G’s Emma Bravard was 19th (12:38), Brooke Jacobsen was 27th (13:54), Kirsten Lundy was 32nd (14:18), and Jaymie Block was 34th (14:22). Team scores were not kept.

A-D-M sophomore Erin PErson finished 22nd in 13:44. Jenny Wicks was 55th in 15:01, Jessica Gard was 60th in 15:12 and Hannah Taylor and Erica Baier finished 77th and 80th.

Sarah Koch led Van Meter with a 37th-place finish in 14:29. Grace Seiler finished 73rd in 15:31.

DC-G had three runners finish in the top 15 of the boys’ 5,000-meter race. Chad Connelly was seventh in 13:52, Colin Martin was 13th in 14:12 and Carsen Kurth was 15th in 14:17. Other Mustang finishers included Ross Miller (18th in 14:23), Austin Goode (25th in 14:37) and Nick Smith (28th in 14:43).

A-D-M got an eighth-place finish from senior Josh Berger in 14:00. Scott Clabough was 49th in 15:08, Trevor Harsh was 54th in 15:14, Trevor Danner was 56th in 15:15 and Mark Sinnwell placed 63rd in 15:22.

Van Meter was led by Austin Dunbar, who was 17th overall in 14:21. James Ong was 27th in 14:39, Michael Kinley was 94th in 16:04, Ty Thomas was 101st in 16:10 and David Brangoccio and Will Seiler finished 107th and 108th in the field of 288 runners.

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