Johnson top local finisher at Central’s competitive cross country invitational

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WOODSTOCK, Aug. 27 — Luray High School sophomore Davey Johnson finished sixth on Saturday at Central High School’s ninth annual cross country invitational, which drew top talent from all across the region.

Johnson was the top local finisher in the boys varsity race with a time of 16:41. A total of 130 runners competed in the boys race, many from larger schools in Fauquier and Frederick counties. Luray’s Eli Jones finished 41st (18:38) and Conner Janney came in 58th (18:58).

Top finishers for the boys race from Page County High School include Trenton Eppard in 63rd (19:03) and four-tenths of a second later Trevor Comer (19:03).

Ethan Pratt-Perez of James Wood High School won the boys division with a time of 16:41. John Handley High School won as a team, among at least 18 or more that entered the invitational. Luray finished 12th as a team, while Page County was 16th.

In the girls varsity race, Luray’s freshman duo of Briana Plum and Carolina Wood finished 25th and 26th, respectively, with times of 21:47 and 21:59.

Top finishers for Page included Summer Kite in 38th (22:30) and Maryn Cave in 59th (24:57).

A total of 99 runners competed in the girls race, which was won by Sherando High School’s Emma Ahrens with a time of 18:52. James Wood won as a team. Luray placed 11th as a team in the girls division.

For full schedules, rosters and standings — check out the Bull Run District website.



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