PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Guthery wins at St. Bernard Invitational; Cold Springs wins small school title

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Caleb Guthery (left) and the Cold Springs Eagles (right) both won titles at the St. Bernard Oktoberfest Invitational Saturday morning. (Nick Griffin for The Cullman Tribune)

CULLMAN, Ala. – Nearly all of our local teams were in the field at the St. Bernard Oktoberfest Invitational and Saturday morning provided cool, rainy conditions for this year’s run. The Cold Springs Eagles placed first in the small school division and individually, St. Bernard’s Caleb Guthery was the first to cross the line with a time of 17:20.54, helping lead the Saints to a second-place finish. The top 10 was full of Eagles runners, with Ethan Edgeworth placing second, Jonathan Collett finishing fifth, Seth Walker placing sixth and Aaron Spurger coming in seventh. St. Bernard’s Joseph Arriaga and David De Jesus collected fourth and 10th place finishes respectively. In the large school division, Fairview’s Peyton Bailey and Keagan Hardin placed fifth and seventh respectively.

The Cold Springs Lady Eagles place second in the small school division, finishing just behind Westminster and one spot ahead of the St. Bernard Lady Saints. Cold Springs’ Reagan Parris collected a third-place finish after posting a 21:20.23 and St. Bernard’s Madilyn Kerber came in one place behind her with a 21:50.50. In the large school division, Fairview finished fourth behind Arab, Lawrence County and Briarwood Christian and Good Hope left St. Bernard with an eighth-place finish.

Meanwhile at the Husky Challenge in Trussville, Cullman’s Will Thompson and Holly Pond’s Camilla Chambers placed third and fourth in their respective divisions. The Bearcats finished fourth at Saturday’s meet and the Lady Bearcats placed fifth.

Boys’ individual results: Top 5 runners contribute to team’s score; next two finishers are tiebreakers.

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Cold Springs – 1st place (31 points)

2nd – Ethan Edgeworth: 17:29.53

5th – Jonathan Collett: 18:16.82

6th – Seth Walker: 18:17.71

7th – Aaron Spurger: 18:19.98

11th – Cole Akridge: 18:57.38

22nd – Jayden Allred: 19:26.31

33rd – Justin Alexander: 19:58.34

St. Bernard – 2nd place (62 points)

1st – Caleb Guthery: 17:20.54

4th – Joseph Arriaga: 18:03.54

10th – David De Jesus: 18:42.46

23rd – Nikolas Borths: 19:32.27

28th -Francisco Tona: 19:44.15

55th – Daniel Bamberry: 21:06.28

125th – Sam Tabor: 26:47.09

Holly Pond – 7th place (176 points)

14th – Christopher Putman: 19:00.25

18th – Zackery Reynolds: 19:10.66

47th – Caleb Partain: 20:30.10

56th – Hunter Farr: 21:15.04

65th – Austin Marsh: 21:53.42

77th – Joshua Putman: 22:31.78

92nd – Matthew Putman: 23:24.08

Vinemont

20th – Will Rhodes: 19:24.90

68th – Bosten McDuffee: 21:57.03

120th – Omar Herrera: 26:18.17

122nd – Jonathan Rojas: 26:22.45

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Cullman – 8th place (194 points)

20th – Jonathan Medina: 19:03.09

22nd – Jackson Griffith: 19:08.31

45th – Reid Huddleston: 20:10.40

72nd – Eli Green: 21:13.56

85th – David Hudson: 21:40.19

103rd – Braxton Williams: 22:41.18

112th – Ethan Jankens: 23:14.44

Good Hope – 11th place (257 points)

41st – Taylor Patterson: 19:59.35

59th – Logan Self: 20:43.23

63rd – Fernando Domiguez: 20:51.52

76th – Colton Lindsey: 21:27.71

94th – Max Bavar: 22:15.39

105th – Margarito Prado: 22:43.32

114th – Dylan Butts: 23:17.62

Fairview

5th – Peyton Bailey: 17:42.06

7th – Keagan Hardin: 18:10.34

65th – Austin Lowe: 20:58.23

West Point

99th – Bailey Richey: 22:24.17

Girls’ individual results: Top 5 runners contribute to team’s score; next two finishers are tiebreakers

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Cold Springs – 2nd place (79 points)

3rd – Reagan Parris: 21:20.23

14th – Brooke Crider: 23:22.70

15th – Hayla Watson: 23:29.91

21st – Ava Akridge: 23:44.54

26th – Allison White: 24:06.15

33rd – Emma Hancock: 24:23.88

36th – Abby Livingston: 24:40.51

St. Bernard – 3rd place (93 points)

4th – Madilyn Kerber: 21:50.50

12th – Emma Powell: 23:02.25

19th – Sara Barck: 23:40.48

25th – Kathleen George: 24:05.59

34th – Claire Sanders: 24:28.31

71st – Lizbeth Medina: 29:11.12

Holly Pond – 8th place (225 points)

17th – Abigail Kusz: 23:32.71

52nd – Emma Grace Daniel: 26:10.49

56th – Madison Frnka: 26:32.22

82nd – Paris Pannell: 31:30.44

83rd – Addison Armstrong: 31:41.55

Vinemont

31st – Kendall Harbison: 24:14.63

4A-7A

Fairview – 4th place (134 points)

31st – Jillian Moore: 24:22.90

38th – Alyssa Harper: 24:43.98

40th – America Diaz: 24:54.18

43rd – Zohie Ballenger: 25:09.09

46th – Naila Mercado: 25:30.45

Good Hope – 8th place (192 points)

28th – Bijou Phillips: 24:07.96

54th – Addie Stripling: 26:33.52

61st – Isabella Edgeworth: 27:09.64

75th – Raigan Easterwood: 28:36.27

76th – Aaliyah Smith: 28:36.51

90th – Peyton Caudle: 31:52.16

91st – Shelby Rainwater: 31:58.70

West Point

15th – Kali Marsh: 22:22.42

Husky Challenge – Trussville, AL.

Holly Pond

4th – Camilla Chambers: 19:08.02

Cullman Bearcats – 4th place (127 points)

3rd – Will Thompson: 16:06.30

11th – Nicholas Wood: 16:47.02

22nd – Adam Mangum: 17:13.62

39th – Conner Lowery: 17:38.52

55th – Troy Adkison: 17:51.21

89th – Walker Huddleston: 18:38.47

91st – Ben Kelly: 18:43.32

Cullman Lady Bearcats – 5th place (165 points)

21st – Jennifer Aviles: 20:20.10

23rd – Della Kelly: 20:24.86

25th – Bernarda Tizapa: 20:31.14

54th – Colette Whitney: 21:58.95

55th – Tess Heaton: 22:15.92

61st – Sidonie Desnoes: 22:29.37

65th – Anna Shirey: 22:40.18

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