Brooke Stanley (32nd, 26: 49.07), Mary Aplin Maddox (76th, 29: 48.17) and Reed Payne (80th, 29: 58.17) were other PCS runners in the field of 120 runners.
On the JV boys’ side, Peyton Hall led Providence, finishing in 26th place after a time of 19: 57.23. Jacob Mixson (49th, 20: 50.41), Aidan Benefield (52nd, 20: 53.50) and Zed Solomon (83rd, 21: 56.31) were the next Eagle placers in the field of 211 riders.
Tessay runs Enterprise: Brett Tessay finished in the top 30 in the Silver division at the Jesse Owens Classic in Oakville on Saturday, securing elite runner status at the competition, which numbers nearly 3,000 runners in the Southeast.
Tessay was 30th after recording a time of 17: 09.22, 0.29 seconds off the senior’s career best time.
Four other Wildcat runners finished in the top 111 of 326 runners, helping the Enterprise boys finish 12th out of 47 teams in the division.
The Enterprise girls finished in the top 127 of 295 runners five times to help the Lady Wildcats finish 10th out of 40 scoring teams.
Finishing behind Tessay, Bowden Michael (66th place, 17: 46.65), Conrad Suter (86th, 18: 02.41), Jacob Tillery (105th, 18: 13.73) and Kristyan DeJesus (111th, 18:15, 25).
The women’s team was led by Lauren Rodgers, who finished in 35th place after a career best time of 20: 43.13. Emma McCrea was 60th, with a career best time of 21: 22.95.