EHS cross country gets split

Published 12:00 am Thursday, October 13, 2011

Edwardsburg’s Aubrey Ritchey won the girls’ race against Lakeland Conference foe Berrien Springs Monday at the Dowagiac Middle School course. (Edwardsburg Argus photo/RON HARNER)

DOWAGIAC — The Edwardsburg and Berrien Springs cross country teams split their meeting at Edwardsburg Monday.

The Edwardsburg girls’ team won 19-39 and the Berrien Springs boys pulled out a close one beating the Eddies boys 26-29.

For the girls, Edwardsburg’s Aubrey Ritchey had the fastest time clocking in at 20:33 and the Eddies finished with four runners in the top five.

Berrien Springs’ Cameron Collier finished first for the boys with a time of 19:37 while the Eddies top finisher was Andrew VanKirk at 19:52. The Shamrocks finished with three runners in the top five.

The Eddies cross country team will return to action next Saturday at the Sturgis invitational at 10 a.m.

Lakeland Conference

cross country

At Edwardsburg

Boys’ results


Berrien Springs…26

Individual Results

Cameron Collier (BS) 19:37, 2. Andrew VanKirk (E) 19:52, 3. Steven Foster (BS) 19:58, 4. Michael Kempton (E) 20:12, 5. Collin Mead (BS) 20:25, 6. DJ Bosse (E) 20:26, 7. Tyler Villwock (BS) 20:27

Girls’ results


Berrien Springs…39

Individual Results

Aubrey Ritchey (E) 20:33, 2. Jessica Nave (BS) 21:20, 3. Gianna Haller (E) 22:50, 4. Miranda Bronicki (E) 23:42, 5. Brittany Udell (E) 24:08:00, 6. Isabelle Peak (E) 24:22:00, 7. Abby Hoge (BS) 24:22:00