Hilanders’ Shaw Runs Away At Crosby

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ONTARIOBurns senior Masson Shaw ran away from the crowd, helping the Hilanders boys to a second- place team finish at the Crosby Invite on Thursday, Oct. 7 on the campus of Treasure Valley Community College.

Running through the fall trees changing colors, Shaw posted a time of 17 minutes, 25.29 seconds for his first victory of the season.

The Hilanders’ boys finished behind the Idaho Fruitland Grizzlies in the team standings. The Griz ended the day with 24 points compared to 42 for Burns. Nyssa placed third with Vale fifth and the host Ontario team in the sixth spot.

The Vale team was led by a third place showing by sophomore Trevor Stewart and a time of 18:01.97. In the top ten finishes, Burns also placed junior Carter Lardy and freshman Carson Volle running just his fourth race of a high school career.

Adrian senior Chase Johnston was just out of the top ten, placing 11th. Nyssa sophomore Spencer Romans was tops for the Bulldogs, crossing the line in 14th and the host Tigers saw junior Michael Gomez finish 17th for the top Ontario placement. Four Rivers had a top 20 finish when junior Aiden Herrera finished 19th.

The girls’ team top finishes went to Idaho teams with the Weiser Wolverines taking the top spot followed by Fruitland. Ontario, putting up 77 points, ended the day in third and Burns placed fourth with a point total of 79.

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Burns junior Mattie Woodbury was the top eastern Oregon runner, placing fifth with a time of 22:46.97, her season best time.

Additional top ten finishes included Vale sophomore Ava Collins in seventh followed by Adrian sophomore Evalyn Nunez in eighth.

The host Ontario Tigers were led by senior Trinity Farr in 13th.

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Boys’ team results: 1. Fruitland, 24. 2. Burns, 42. 3. Nyssa, 99. 4. Weiser, 103. 5. Vale, 109. 6. Ontario. 149.

Boys’ individual results: 1. Masson Shaw (Burns), 17:25.29. 3. Trevor Stewart (Vale), 18:01.07. 8. Carter Lardy (Burns), 18:45.29. 10. Carsen Volle (Burns), 18:53.50. 11. Chase Johnston (Adrian), 19:12.55. 12. Spencer Johnson (Burns), 19:16.68. 13. Tim Banks (Burns), 19:27.92. 14. Spencer Romans (Nyssa), 19:41.66. 15. Eli Belnap (Vale), 19:50.02. 16. Christian Mardock (Nyssa), 19:52.93. 17. Michael Gomez (Ontario), 20:08.59. 18. Kaden Peasley (Burns), 20:29.95. 19. Aiden Herrera (Four Rivers), 20:46.30. 22. David Cervantes (Four Rivers), 21:16.16. 24. Demetrius Fuentes (Four Rivers), 21:17.06. 26. Martin Mendez (Nyssa), 21:30.19. 27. Garrison Page (Nyssa), 21:37.99. 28. Dominic Bates (Vale), 21:47.90. 30. Brady Cooper (Nyssa), 22:23.20. 31. Jose Deleon (Nyssa), 22:46.97. 32. Ben Mardock (Nyssa), 22:48.20. 33. Isaiah Fuentes (Nyssa), 22:59.83. 34. Dawson Richardson (Nyssa), 23:56.12. 37. Marek Fuhrmann (Ontario), 24:46.12. 38. Luke Andersen (Vale), 24:50.63. 39. Jared Ball (Ontario), 25:31.43. 40. Carson Brown (Ontario), 26:02.71. 41. Nick Sandberg (Ontario), 26:38.43. 42. Samuel Mendietav (Vale), 27:44.40. 43. Conner Ramos (Ontario), 29:04.02.

Girls’ team scores: 1. Weiser, 26. 2. Fruitland, 40. 3. Ontario, 77. 4. Burns, 79.

Girls’ individual results: 5. Mattie Woodbury (Burns), 22:46.97. 7. Ava Collins (Vale), 24:00.54. 8. Evalyn Nunez (Adrian), 24:06.22. 13. Trinity Farr (Ontario), 24:58.01. 14. Tyler Richardson (Vale), 25:14.13. 15. Olivia Winn (Burns), 25:29.67. 17. Brienne Kemble (Ontario), 26:35.26. 18. Harley Belnap (Vale), 27:01.55. 19. Kinsley Kemble (Ontario), 27:12.68. 21. Monica Gomez (Ontario), 27:23.84. 22. Jessica Dotson (Vale), 27:44.76. 23. Sadie Wagster (Adrian), 27:52.59. 25. Keaira Burns (Burns), 29:06.36. 26. Isabelle Higgins (Ontario), 29:31.53. 27. Gracie Mello (Burns), 30:19.91. 28. Shailey White (Burns), 30:58.09.