TRAC cross country
EDGINGTON — Princeton placed second in Tuesday’s Three Rivers Conference girls cross country meet at Rockridge High School.
Orion won the meet, scoring 33 points with Princeton second at 41. It is Princeton’s best team finish since joining the Three Rivers in 2013.
Princeton had three all-conference top 15 finishers with freshman Lexi Bohmsá(21:54) taking fourth,ásenior Elizabeth Orwig (22:01) placing fifth and sophomore newcomer Hannah Muehlschlegeláplacing 10th (22:22). Bohms turned in PHS’ best freshman finish at this meet.
Orion’s Maryn Bollinger (20:58) nosed out Hall senior Tea Cattani (20:59) to win the race.
St. Bede’s Brady Mudge earned all-conference honors, placing sixth with a time of 22:07.
Freshman Jillian Hulsing led Bureau Valley, placing 26th in 24:56. The Storm was fifth (108) as a team.
Reece Bohms tied Princeton’s best finish in the TRAC boys meet, placing 13th in 18:39, good for all-conference recognition.
Hall’s Ted Alejos (17th, 18:54) and St. Bede’s Anthony Hernandez (16th, 18:53), Logan Zeglis (18th, 18:57) and Michael Dittmar (19th, 18:59) just missed out on all-conference honors.
Elijah House paced Bureau Valley with a 27th-place time of 19:20.
Erie-Prophetstown edged Sherrard, 57-59, to capture the TRAC boys crown. St. Bede placed third (112).
Princeton placed seventh (191), Hall was 10th (212) and Bureau Valley was 11th (225).