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Delaney and Barbera Place In Top 15 In Wet and Wild Race

By Staff | Oct 5, 2016

The Eagles Jordan Delaney and Bre Barbera each medaled and placed in the top 15 in the Cameron Wet and Wild Invitational Oct. 1 in Cameron.

University and Morgantown Trinity had the only two full teams out of 12 that participated. TaShala Turner from University was the top female runner with a time of 23:23.3, with Delaney coming in sixth with a time of 23:31.5, and Barbera, 24:47.5 in 14th place.

Arissa Kline from Paden City finished in 42nd place at 34:14.4, while her teammates Shelby Gatian (34:57.0) and Paige Leonard (40:13.4) in the 45 girl race.

University made it a clean sweep winning the boys race, while Weir finished second in the 12 boys team race.

Nick Summerlin of University finished first in a 71 male field with a time of 19:29.8, while Mason Dowell of Magnolia finished 38th with a solid time of 24:02.8, with teammates Dan Goddard (26:26.3) and Austin Pyles (28:08.9) as well as Paden City’s Damien Britton (27:55.3), Jacob Amos (32:11.3), Paxton Pierce (32:19.1) and Cyrus Stillwagner (32:43.8) finished our county’s high school runners.

In the middle school race Zara Zervus of Sherard placed first in the girls division with a time of 12:45.5, while the Wildcats’ Brandis Dalrymple (15:42.7) and Julianne Hood (16:09.7) finished 50th and 67th, respectively in a 189 girls race.

Brandon Hizer (15:46.1) was the only male middle school runner – placing 102 in a 171 boys field, with Michael Hoefler of Suncrest placing first at 11:07.9.