The Weyauwega-Fremont cross country team now has two meets in the books.
The Indians competed at Friday’s Freedom Invitational after opening the season Aug. 31 at the Mosinee Invitational.
The boys placed 20th with 490 points, while the girls were 10th with 262.
Placing for the boys were Cory Zeutzius, 68th, 18:59; Nickolas Thomas, 82nd, 19:17; Kyle Utecht, 99th, 20:04; Trevor Fitzpatrick, 118th, 21:22; and Jake Kuenzi, 123rd, 21:45.
Jane Beyer led the W-F girls by placing 25th in 16:45. Also crossing the finish line were Jenni Hellweg, 38th, 17:00; Alyse Peters, 41st, 17:03; Ellen Schroeder, 55th, 17:35; and Aysia Schroeder, 103rd, 19:00. Freedom won the boys’ title and Chilton won the girls’ championship.
The boys placed sixth out of nine teams with 157 points and the girls placed third out of five teams with 66.
Zeutzius led the W-F boys by placing 20th in 20:22. Also placing were Thomas, 22nd, 20:26; Utecht, 33rd, 21:34; Kuenzi, 37th, 21:50; Tony Austreng, 45th, 22:22; Thomas Long, 47th, 22:45; and Fitzpatrick, 49th, 23:00.
Caragan Volz won the girls’ race in 14:13 and was one of three W-F runners to turn in a top 10 finish. Rebekah Schroeder finished fourth in 16:04; Paige Kempf was eighth in 16:30; Brooke Claussen placed 25th in 19:31; Jenna Mathwig placed 28th in 23:11; Erin VanLyssel placed 31st in 24:41; and Emily Durrant was 32nd in 24:48.
Lakeland and Mosinee won boys’ and girls’ titles, respectively.