MINERAL WELLS, W.Va. — The Point Pleasant cross country teams competed in the Chick-fil-A Invitational Saturday in Wood County.
Parkersburg won the girls competition with 45 points, while Winfield came in second with 55 points and Preston finished third with 59. Kaitlyn Workman of Preston won the girls title with a time of 19:20, followed by Licking Valley’s Mackenzie Butler (19:44) and Kaylee Williams (19:55) of Parkersburg.
Andrea Porter of Point Pleasant finished 10th with a time of 21:37 on the day. There were 105 participants for the girls Class AAA race.
The boys competition was won by Ripley with a score of 61 followed by Parkersburg (73) and Oak Hill (111). Matthew Bradfford of George Washington took the boys title with a time of 16:03, followed by Brody Born (16:53) of Preston and Caleb Casto (17:13) of Ripley.
Joseph Littlepage finished 65th, and was the Big Blacks best finisher with a time of 20:20. Zach Canterbury finished 82nd with a time of (21:12), while Caleb Riffle (21:19) finished 88th, and Darrell McBeth (27:40) finished 132nd. There were 132 runners in the Class AAA boys competition.
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