Panthers run on new course at Wolverine Invite

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The Panorama girls cross country teams sits in the Big Chair at the Adair County Fairgrounds in Greenfield after running in Monday's Nodaway Valley Invite. Photo courtesy Greg Thompson.


GREENFIELD — The Nodaway Valley Invite was held Monday for the first time at the Adair County Fairgrounds on a hilly course wholly unfamiliar to all visiting teams.

Panorama placed fourth in the 13-team girls race with 90 points, with the Panther boys 11th of 15 at 304 points. AHSTW (82), Van Meter (88), Earlham (89) and Panorama (90) packed the top of the competitive girls competition, with Earlham (51), Nodaway Valley (57) and Madrid (66) claiming the top three boys placings.

Ella Waddle was fifth, in 20 minutes, 26.56 seconds, to pace the Panorama girls. Gwen Steffen was 10th in 21:48.89, Payton Beckman 14th in 22:04.4, Olivia Steffen 17th in 22:07.25 and Abby Cobb 44th in 24:43.7 to account for the varsity scoring. Also running were Molly Simmons (59th, 26:04.09) and Jaden Johnson (78th, 30:09.35).

The Panther boys were led by Emry Colby (54th, 20:19.22) and Landon Goodenberger (55th, 20:24.62). Also scoring were Avery Norman (58th, 20:56.58), Brayden Hoffman (63rd, 21:12.52) and Declan McCarthy (74th, 21:56.41). Making their way along the course as well were Logan Christe (80th, 22:31.21) and Alec Mills (24:39.64).

Panorama will compete Thursday at South Hamilton before hosting the WCAC meet Oct. 17.

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