Campbellsville middle and high school cross country teams competed at the Cow Days Cross Country Festival Race in Green County on Thursday, Sept. 15, and brought home several awards.
Medals – in the form of cow tags – were given to those who finished in the Top 10 in each race.
For the CMS team, fifth-grader Karleigh Oliver finished in seventh place out of 30 runners, at 13:44.
Eighth-grader Arren Hash finished in fifth place out of 43 runners. His time was 11:05.
Sixth-grader Chase Hord finished in 13th place, seventh-grader Seth Hash was 16th, eighth-grader Jonathan Sparks was 17th, fifth-grader Caleb Holt was 22nd and eighth-grader Jake Dicken finished in 25th place.
For the CHS team, senior Kyrsten Hill finished in fifth place out of 37 runners, with a time of 25:26.
CHS freshman Gracyne Hash finished in 11th place, at 27:53.
CHS sophomore Ian McAninch finished in 15th place out of 49 runners. His time was 21:43. And sophomore Evan McAninch was 26th place, with a final time of 23:07.
Steve Doss is the CMS and CHS cross country coach.
The team will compete again on Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Miller Park walking track in Campbellsville.