Union City Host the TEC Cross Country Championship
Abernathy won the boys race in 16 minutes, 57 seconds, while Tedder, a freshman, won the girls race in 20:49.
Hagerstown’s Logan Tuttle was second overall, followed by teammates Kaleb Slagle, and Elijah Halcomb. Holden Robinson was 10th, Seth Richards was 15th, Alexander McKee was 21st, and Dylan Napier 22nd.
Union County’s Samantha Ramey was second, while Vanessa West was fifth, Anevay Antrim was eighth, Alyssa West 12th, Genny Antrim 16th, Emma Cannon 21st, and Ramya Dare 25th.
Hagerstown earned 34 points, followed by Lincoln (55), Centerville (89), Winchester (116), Union County (124), Knightstown (128), Northeastern (182) and Union City (185).
Union County’s girls earned 39 points, followed by Centerville (44), Hagerstown (66), and Union City (75).
Other top-20 finishers in the boys race were Austin Wampler of Lincoln (fifth), Payton McGriff of Lincoln (sixth), Trent Bertsch of Lincoln (seventh), Ravi Dare of Union County (eighth), Jamesin Parker of Winchester (ninth), Ben Nevels of Centerville (11th), Dylan McCullum of Lincoln (12th), Parker Jaynes of Centerville (13th), Austin Farlow of Centerville (14th), Trenton Sanders of Winchester (16th), Maxwell Harris of Union City (17th), Michael Weiland of Knightstown (18th), Luke Bantz of Union County (19th) and Evan Nolen of Knightstown (20th).
Kayla Newman of Centerville was third, followed by Reagan Hoggatt of Union City (fourth), Logan McRoberts of Hagerstown (sixth), Anna Shafer of Hagerstown (seventh), Ella Baldwin of Winchester (ninth), Kailee Tedder of Centerville (10th), Chloe Wyatt of Union City (11th), Sophia Spence of Union City (13th), Elizabeth Moore of Knightstown (14th), Alexis Howard of Knightstown (15th), Molly West of Tri (17th), Lydia Nevels of Centerville (18th), Madison Zetzl of Hagerstown (19th) and Harley Peavler of Knightstown (20th).