Sports

Warriors run in Washburn meet

WASHBURN, Maine — The Caribou boys and girls cross country teams both scored a victory during an Oct. 2 cross country meet hosted by Washburn that also included runners from Fort Kent.

In the boys meet Jordan Duplissie was the top runner with a total time of 16 minutes, 20.70 seconds for the 3.1 mile run. Brady Miller was second at 17:53.80 and Isaac Drayton was third at 17:57.30.

The Viking boys finished first, with an average time of 17:43.66, while Washburn was second with an average of 19:24.22.

Individual boys results were 1, Duplissie, 16:20.70; 2, Miller, Caribou, 17:53.80; 3, Drayton, Caribou, 17:57.30; 4, Ephraim Willey, Caribou, 18:02.10; 5, George Ferland, Caribou, 18:24.40; 6, Ben Turner, Washburn, 18:39.70; 7, Kaiden Carney, Washburn, 18:55.50; 8, Seth Lister, Caribou, 18:59.00; 9, Aidan Churchill, Washburn, 19:10.70; 10, Caleb Robbins, Caribou, 19:12.70; 11, James Cherrier, Caribou, 19:25.30; 12, Christopher Tardie, Washburn, 19:52.50; 13, Rafael Sancelemente, FK, 20:09.30; 14, Roegan Carney, Washburn, 20:22.70; 15, Wyatt Grant, Caribou, 21:38.00; 16, Derek Cruz, Washburn 22:02.50; 17, Oliver Denney, Caribou, 22:32.50; 18, Parker Corey, Washburn, 22:37.10; 19, Beckam Vaughn, Washburn, 23:05.60; 20, Aedan Bourgoine, Caribou, 23:31.20; 21, Braden Elliot, Washburn, 24:08.20; 22, Julian Echeverria, Washburn, 26:10.20; and 23, Adam Boot, Washburn 31:34.00.

In the girls race, Caribou was the only team to field enough runners to score. The Vikings average time was 25:14.98.

Kayley Bell of Caribou was the top female runner at 20:33.50 with Annabelle Reardon of Fort Kent placing second at 24:04.50. 

Individual girls results were 1, Bell, Caribou, 20:33.50; 2, Reardon, FK, 24:04.50; 3, Mira Kelly, FK, 24:07.10; 4, Kennedy LeVasseur, Caribou, 24:47.80; 5, Emma Landry, FK, 25:13.80; 6, Ivy Riopelle, Caribou, 25:24.70; 7, Tressa Salch, Caribou, 26:12.40; 8, Mikaela Spooner, Caribou, 29:16.50; 9, Audrey Wimmer, Caribou, 30:19.80; 10, Jonna Denney, Caribou, 32:46.50; 11, Emerson Turner, Washburn, 33:06.00; 12, Laura Plourde, Caribou, 33:45.50; 13, Kaitlyn Nadeau, Caribou, 33:46.50; and 14, Raegyn Chavez, Washburn, 36:04.70.

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