Cardinal Mooney High junior Grace CasaGrande set a new personal record, finishing third in 19:39.44 to lead the Lady Cougars to a sixth-place finish at the Class 1A-District 10 Cross-Country Meet Nov. 2, at Taylor Park in Largo.
CasaGrande now will advance to the Class 1A-Region 3 Meet Nov. 10 in Melbourne.
ODA’s Carling Landeche finished sixth in 21:03.25 to pace the Lady Thunder, who finished fifth overall. Chloe Ruppert finished 16th in 22:09.62 and Peyton Vaugh finished 21st in 22:32.94.
Cardinal Mooney sophomore Cal Davidson Turner finished seventh to lead the Cougars to a sixth-place finish.
Davidson Turner will also advance to the regional meet Nov. 10.
ODA’s Peter Runge finished fourth in 17:04.13 followed by Tait Lystad (23rd, 19:12.4) and Zachary Lang (24th, 19:14.05). Cardinal Mooney’s Mitch Gannon finished 25th in 19:14.68.
In the JV division, Cardinal Mooney freshman Ryan Lee Romero finished first followed by sophomore Tyler Shanahan.
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