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Wylie wins district title, East finishes runner up

by | Oct 6, 2022 | Latest, Sports

It was a clean sweep for the Wylie Pirates cross country teams, as the boys and girls programs took first place at the District 9-6A championships.

Wylie won the boys’ championship with a total of 15 points, running away with a dominant performance after reaching the state championships last season. They were followed by Wylie East (71 points) and Sachse (79 points) as the other two district programs who qualified for the regional title on Oct. 24.

Hunter Jackson took home first place, while the Pirates had the top seven runners at the district meet. He was followed by Caden Biltz, Landin Wolfe, Mateo Guzman and Nathan Moore as the top five runners who accumulated points.

Wylie East finished as runners-up thanks to a strong showing from Kyler Guinn and Alessandro Garcia, who finished seventh and eighth. Keigan Trussell (17:39.2) ran in 11th and Benjamin Greer (18:27.3) in 17th as the other top 20 runners for the Raiders.

The Pirates girls’ team finished first overall with a total of 29, followed by Wylie East (48 points) and Sachse (62 points) again as the other regional qualifiers.

Liv Lambert finished first overall for the Pirates in the girls’ meet, followed by teammate Abigail Bray in second place. It was Lambert’s second consecutive first-place finish at the district championship and third top-two finish in three years. She finished 35 seconds ahead of the next fastest runner at the meet.

For the Lady Raiders, Madison Akers and Oluwabusayomi Ojo crossed the finish line in fourth and fifth place.

Wylie and Wylie East’s cross country teams will race at the Region II-6A championship at Lynn Creek Park in Grand Prairie with the chance to qualify for state. For the full top 10 results, see below.

1112519Hunter JacksonWylie High15:51.5 5:06 / mi
2212504Caden BiltzWylie High15:57.15:08 / mi 
3312525Landin WolfeWylie High16:13.65:14 / mi 
4412528Mateo GuzmanWylie High16:20.65:16 / mi 
5512533Nathan MooreWylie High16:28.65:18 / mi 
6(6)12546Zach BrumfieldWylie High16:45.45:24 / mi 
7(7)12516Euaiel AklileWylie High16:46.35:24 / mi 
8812489Kyler GuinnWylie East17:11.25:32 / mi 
9912478Alessandro GarciaWylie East17:13.75:33 / mi 
101012426Bryan PadiernaNorth Garland17:37.85:41 / mi 
9-6A boys cross country championship results
1112349Liv LambertWylie High19:21.7 6:14 / mi
2212336Abigail BrayWylie High19:57.36:26 / mi 
3312260Ella EischenGarland Sachse20:01.66:27 / mi 
4412328Madison AkersWylie East20:12.96:31 / mi 
5512331Oluwabusayomi OjoWylie East20:13.96:31 / mi 
6612340Autumn BoydWylie High20:15.16:31 / mi 
7712257Ana OrtegaGarland Sachse20:25.46:35 / mi 
8812275Abigail PerezNorth Garland20:40.36:40 / mi 
9912348Kyler EibenWylie High20:55.96:45 / mi 
101012313Alexis SchmidtWylie East21:04.66:47 / mi 
9-6A girls cross country championship results

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