The Logan County cross country boys varsity team will be heading to state after winning the Region 1, Class 2A Championship race held on Saturday at Logan County High School. The boys varsity ended with a score of 36.
Sye Head lead the Cougars and won the boys varsity championship race with a time of 16:49. Noah Thomas finished seventh place with a time of 18:17 with Cory Ford finishing right behind with a time of 18:18. Levi Crossley finished next for the Cougars with a ninth place finish with a time of 18:27. Colton Spencer finished eleventh with a time of 18:33 with Kaleb O’Dell right behind to finish thirteenth with a time of 18:34. The final runner for the Cougars, Austin Rouse, finished in twentieth place with a time of 19:11.
The girls varsity didn’t have enough runners to place as a team but had three strong runners. Jacqueline Belcher finished first for the Lady Cougars with a thirty fifth finish with a time of 25:36. Addie Baldwin finished in fifty first place with a time of 27:24. Jasmine Martin was the final runner for the girls with a time of 30:43.
“It’s hard to win region back to back but their already talking about doing it again next year,” said head coach Greg Howard. “I’m excited and ready to go to state. I’m ready to see how we can do at the next level. Last year they really stepped it up.”
The boys varsity team will head to the state championship race Saturday in Lexington.