Greenville High School boys cross country team earns Ft. Loramie Cross Country Invitational first place Trophy.

Greenville Boys XC wins Ft. Loramie Invitational

Green Wave boys cross country team earns second XC invitational victory in less than a week

FORT LORAMIE – The Greenville High School boys cross country team made it back to back first place finishes winning the Blackhawk Invitational this past Saturday and taking a first place finish at the Tuesday night Ft. Loramie Cross Country Invitational.

“Really proud of the effort by both my guys and girls squads tonight, especially after  racing a really challenging course a Chenoweth just three days ago,” said Greenville coach, Stephanie Lind. “The fact that they raced so well on really tired legs, on yet another very technical and hilly course, has me very excite.”

Greenville placed first followed by host school Ft. Loramie in second place. Sidney finished third, Houston fourth, Parkway fifth, Lehman Catholic sixth and closed out with Jackson Center and Troy Christian.

“You can imagine, our guys are excited in their second team championship in a week,” Coach Lind stated. “They deserve it. They have been working well together as a team, pushing each other at practice, and just putting in one hundred percent effort at everything they’ve been asked to do – and it’s paid off.”

Greenville’s Trey Rammel finished 4th with a time of 18:32.6; Joel Hayes 10th in 18:57.8; Noah Stevens crossed the line 11th with a time of 19:05.5; Luke Rammel finished 13th at 19:09.2 and Dominic Tanner placed 17th with at time of 19:34.4.

“It’s fun when you hear other teams commenting that those Greenville guys are hard to get past because they are pack running,” Coach Lind concluded. “It’s awesome.”

Greenville High School 2022 winning cross country team.
Greenville High School boys cross country team celebrates Ft. Loramie Cross Country Invitational first place finish.
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