Effingham Daily News, Effingham, IL

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October 2, 2012

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EFFINGHAM — Andrew Sharp and Devin Durbin delivered a 1-2 finish, leading Altamont to a narrow victory in a three-way boys cross country meet Monday at Dieterich.

The Indians finished with a team score of 33 to nip North Clay by one point. Dieterich was third with 59.

Sharp was a runaway overall winner in 15 minutes, 19 seconds. Teammate Durbin was second in 17:22. North Clay’s Billy Cruise was third with 17:26.

Jacob Bushur was the top finisher for the Maroons, fifth overall in 18:02.

There was also a girls race, but no team scores were kept. Altamont runners claimed the to two spots and seven of the top eight.

The Indians’ Laura Wolf won in 20:33, followed by teammate Madison Ohnesorge in 20:55. North Clay’s Mikayla Stanfield was third in 21:11. Ashley Faught was Dieterich’s top runner, ninth overall in 23:30.

BOYS RESULTS

Altamont 33, North Clay 34, Dieterich 59

Individual results: 1. Andrew Sharp (A), 15:19; 2. Devin Durbin (A), 17:22; 3. Billy Cruise (NC), 17:26; 4. Dakota Cooper (NC), 18:00; 5. Jacob Bushur (D), 18:02; 6. Andrew Spellbring (A), 18:17; 7. John Van Pelt (NC), 18:40; 8. Ethan Deadmond (A), 18:41; 9. Drew Cable (NC), 18:42; 10. Reed Higgs (D), 18:54; 11. Kody VanDyke (NC), 18:56; 12. Dalton Flach (D), 18:57; 13. Mitchell Healy (NC), 18:59; 14. Austin Hartsey (NC), 19:06; 15. Brantly Griffy (NC), 19:12; 16. Josh Campbell (D); 19:30; 17. Tanner Connor (A), 19:34; 18. Wyatt Abbott (D), 19:54; 19. Kevin Robards (D), 19:54; 20. Jake Seidel (A), 20:02; 21. Kyle Webb (D); 20:23; 22. Andrew Worthey (NC); 20:41; 23. Johnathon Dial (NC), 20:48; 24. Clay VanDyke (NC), 20:52; 25. Troy Niemers (D); 20:55; 26. Levi Lidy (D), 21:03; 27. Ethan Young (NC), 21:31; 28. Alex Flach (D), 21:48; 29. Isaac Davis (D), 22:29; 30. Brendon Luey (D), 23:14; 31. Andrew Hall (D), 24:03; 32. Grant Lidy (D), 24:12; 33. Travis Elmore (D), 25:07; 34. Adam Warfel (D), 27:03.

GIRLS RESULTS

(No team scores kept)

1. Laura Wolff (A), 20:03; 2. Madison Ohnesorge (A), 20:55; 3. Mikayla Stanfield (NC), 21:11; 4. Lauran Ohnesorge (A), 21:16; 5. Renee Tillman (A), 21:50; 6. Elizabeth Holman (A), 22:14; 7. Kelsey York (A), 22:46; 8. Margeaux Stuckemeyer (A), 23:19; 9. Ashley Faught (D), 23:30; 10. Taylor Coleman (A), 23:34; 11. Kylie VanDyke (NC), 23:44; 12. Ashley Phillips (D), 24:22; 13. Carleigh Yeager (NC), 25:30; 14. Rachel Bierman (D), 25:58; 15. Kelsey Webb (D), 27:44; 16. Morgan Walker (NC), 28:01.

Indian boys shade Bulldogs

It came down to each team’s sixth runner, but Neoga was a narrow winner over St. Anthony and five other teams Saturday in a seven-team boys meet Saturday.

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