The Zionsville cross country teams traveled north to take part in the West Lafayette Harrison Invitational Saturday, Sept. 1.
More than 25 teams, including six ranked in both the boys and girls polls, participated.
The Zionsville boys, ranked 10th in the latest poll, placed eighth overall with 252 points.
Ryan Cash was the top Zionsville finisher on the day, placing 40th in a time of 16:55.1.
The rest of the Eagles weren’t far behind him.
Mason Herhusky placed 49th in a time of 17:01.8. Two spots behind him was Adam Corya, who finished with a time with 17:02.2.
Max Leeds placed 54th in a time of 17:08.1, and Max Gernhard was fewer than three seconds behind him in 58th place.
Ty Abbitt placed 65th in a time of 17:17.2 and Brian Rice was 91st in a time of 17:36.4.
The Zionsville girls, unraked this week, topped two ranked teams and placed fifth overall with 166 points — just five points out of fourth.
Becca Uebele was the top finisher, placing 13th in a time of 19:27.9. Sydney Meyers also had a top-20 finish, placing 15th in a time of 19:33.5.
Courtney Sampson was the third Zionsville runner to finish, completing the course in a time of 20:16.1.
Samantha Mitchell was 50th in a time of 20:39 and Maria Kastberg-Leonard was 52nd in a time of 20:42.3.
Cally Sampson (60th, 21:02.5) and Lauren Munley (76th, 21:24.1) rounded out the Zionsville top seven.
Both teams will be back in action Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Ben Davis Invitational.
The Zionsville tennis team split a pair of matches last week.
The Eagles started the week off Tuesday, Aug. 28, against McCutcheon, winning 5-0.
At No. 1 singles, Josh Axelson topped Ryan Howard 6-0, 6-0.
At No. 2 singles, Carson Skelly topped Danny Muldoon 6-0, 6-0, and at No. 3 Nick Ceryak topped Jacob Kaminski 6-1, 6-0.
The doubles teams also had no problems.
The No. 1 team of Ben Huber and Sean Middleton defeated Austin Ashcraft and Rodney Manny 6-2, 6-3. The No. 2 team of Brock Eibling and Josh Geiser won 6-0, 6-0.