Cloud, Panthers Compete In Pete Moss Invitational
By N3 Sports Team
The Pete Moss Invitational drew two area schools to Benzie Central High School to compete last Saturday.
The White Cloud boys team finished 10th led by Aramis LaClair who paced his team with a personal record 18:16.5 while earning a medal. Adrian Rodriguez (18.40.7), Jared Elder (19.24.1), Cameron Karnes (20:42.5)...
...and Conner LaClair (25.22.6) also set personal records and Conner Dakin (20.32.3) put up a season low.
Ella Bowman ran a 21.28.9 to earn a medal for her 19th place finish followed by Sariena Maka (24:38.6), Kayla Pasch (24:49.8) and Liz Rubio (27:33.2) Elizabeth Feldpausch set a personal record finishing at 28:10.1. White Cloud girl’s team placed 14th.
Hesperia Boys team placed ninth with Colin Nielsen leading the Panthers with a 17:59.9 finish. He was followed by Zach Young (18:18.1), Kyle Venne (18.45.5), and Chris Stapel (20:21.3).
Panther girl’s team competitors included Brianna Bremer (26:51.9) and Darby VanAvery (28:05.8).
Brooks Running held a contest at the event with a prize package to the team who best depicted a “Run Happy’ moment in a photo. The White Cloud girls secured the win with a truly celebratory pose (see above).