At the inaugural AUM Warhawk Challenge Cross Country Meet, 23 teams vied for honors and Montgomery Catholic emerged as one of the best. In the Girls’ race, Montgomery Catholic’s Amaris Tyynismaa continued her domination as she established a remarkable course and meet record with her 17:35 win. She remains the top ranked runner in the state, is among the top 30 nationally, and set her 5th consecutive course record this season en route to her 6th straight win. She paced the Knights to the team championship in the 1A-4A race over local rivals Saint James and Trinity. Katelyn Stark placed tenth, Grace Leslie 16th, Sarah Beth Littrell 18th, and Carlye Schmidt 19th to pace the Knights.
In the Boys race, LAMP won the 1A-4A race over Trinity and Catholic. Grant Walker led the Racing Knights by finishing 16th in 18:11. Patrick Gregorius was 35th, Angel Padilla 49th, Devin Kelly 53rd, and Andrew Ellis 75thfor the team.
Submitted by John Terino