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Eadie, Hahn win at Cuba Invitational; Dragons bring home second place team finish

Warren's Naomi Hahn races to victory against Corry and Seneca on Tuesday at the Warren State Hospital grounds.

CUBA, N.Y. – Both the Warren boys and girls cross country teams brought home second place finishes at the 22nd annual Cuba-Rushford Central School Invitational in Cuba, New York Saturday.

Nate Eadie and Naomi Hahn won the boys and girls races, respectively. Graham Carr, Beau Paris and Trenten Dippold finished in the top 10 of the boys race, while Bri Ristau and Kayla Giambrone were top 10 runners for the girls.

“We are running really well right now as a whole,” Warren coach Kevin Dustin said. “(We) are looking to refine some minor aspects of our racing to get ready for districts in a couple weeks.”

The girls finished just one point behind team-winner Penn Yan (52-53), while the boys finished second to Seneca (38-48).

The junior high boys and girls teams also came away with second place finishes. Grant Heeter paced the boys with a second place finish, with Jon Seyler and Holden Creal also placing in the top 10. Lauren Dolan and Audrey Smith had top 10 finishes for the girls.

“Great racing from everyone, junior high and varsity,” Dustin said. “It’s great to come away with so many awards to reward all their hard work.”

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Team results:

Varsity boys

1. Seneca (38)

2. Warren (48)

3. Bradford (65)

4. Penn Yan (94)

5. Iroquois (129)

Varsity girls

1. Penn Yan (52)

2. Warren (53)

3. Hornell (65)

4. Seneca (94)

5. North East (100)

Jr. High boys

1. North East (36)

2. Warren (45)

3. Seneca (85)

4. Otto-Eldred (91)

5. McQuaid Jesuit (97)

Jr. High girls

1. Bradford (50)

2. Warren (72)

3. Northern Potter (73)

4. Seneca (76)

5. Iroquois (113)

Individual results

Varsity boys

1. Nate Eadie, Warren (17:12.23)

2. Brock Smith, Seneca (17:31. 96)

3. Jake Schneider, Seneca (17:43.75)

4. Graham Carr, Warren (17:56.55)

5. Ayden Mowry, Penn Yan (17:58.27)

6. Beau Paris, Warren (18:17.55)

7. Tyler Kraft, Bradford (18:20. 18)

8. Trenten Dippold, Warren (18:22.06)

9. Connor Moore, Penn Yan (18:24.04)

10. Alex Hopson, Seneca (18:27.77)

Varsity girls

1. Naomi Hahn, Warren (19:21.00)

2. Joddie Decker, Penn Yan (19:54.65)

3. Maddie Hartner, North East (20:21.96)

4. Bri Ristau, Warren (20:30.54)

5. Maci Nicholson, Penn Yan (20:36.70)

6. Mackenzie Putnam, Hornell (20:38.44)

7. Carter Browne, Hornell (20:44.80)

8. Kayla Giambrone, Warren (20:44.85)

9. Gracie Murphy, Penn Yan (20:50.16)

10. Ashlyn Collins, Olean (21:05.05)

Jr. High boys

1. Lucas Boyd, North East (8:39.41)

2. Grant Heeter, Warren (8:41.93)

3. Kameron Chadsey, North East (8:45.60)

4. Colin Brown, McQuaid Jesuit (8:50.28)

5. Aivan-Skye Vargas, North East (8:52.58)

6. John Seyler, Warren (9:01.29)

7. Holden Creal, Warren (9:02.40)

8. Sam Santiago, Iroquois (9:04.45)

9. Alex Redeye, Allegany-Limestone (9:09.45)

10. Jack Derose, Olean (9:17.29)

Jr. High girls

1. Ashley Post, Seneca (9:21.07)

2. Aubrey Anderson, Northern Potter (9:25.07)

3. Brynn Boyd, Seneca (9:27.32)

4. Cheyenne Mehl, Oswayo Valley (9:27.90)

5. Korie Dixon, Bradford (9:37.23)

6. Caitlyn Taylor, Bradford (9:38.23)

7. Lauren Dolan, Warren (9:44.08)

8. Cash Perry, Jasper-Troupsburg (9:47.90)

9. Audrey Smith, Warren (9:50.55)

10. Aubrey Cruz, Bradford (9:50.72)

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Youngsville competes at Rocky Grove invite

The Youngsville boys and girls traveled to Rocky Grove to compete in the Rocky Grove Intvitational Saturday.

Despite the conditions, the Eagles still had a strong showing.

“It was a wet and muddy course, but we had a good race with kids still (setting personal records) in the conditions,” Youngsville coach Adam Green said.

Youngsville now turns its attention to the regional meet in Fairview.

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Youngsville girls results

70. Julia Bojaczko (25:27)

110. Aliviah Messinger (29:01)

130. Becca Henry (32:14)

Youngsville boys results

90. Mik Fehlman (20:40)

158. Damon Reese (22:12)

162. Dominick Walton (22:18)

167. Collin Clough (22:26)

192. Phoenix Lindell (23:21)

201. Koben Smith (23:49)

212. Ryen Sutton (24:11)

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