Dominican, Jesuit capture Catholic League Cross Country titles

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Dominican and Jesuit dominated Thursday in winning the District 9-5A Cross Country championships at City Park.

Dominican placed six runners in the top 10 finishers, including overall champion Kelsey Major, won in a time of 18:21. Teammate Morgan Trauth was second.

Mount Carmel Academy finished second.

The Blue Jays were even more dominant, with its runners claiming the top seven places with Michael Vocke winning the competition in a time of 16:06.

District 9-5A championship results from City Park

Girls Team results: 1. Dominican 20, 2. Mount Carmel Academy 36, 3. John Curtis Christian 90, 4. Archbishop Chapelle 106.

Girls Top 10 finishers: 1. Kelsey Major, Dominican 18:21; 2. Morgan Trauth, Dominican 18:26; 3. Stella Junius, Mount Carmel Academy 19:10; 4. Elise Raque, Dominican 19:19; 5. Sammi Rogers, Mount Carmel Academy 20:04; 6. Amy Engelhardt, Dominican 20:09; 7. Catherine Kernion, Dominican 20:14; 8. Elizabeth Traylor, Mount Carmel Academy 20:18; 9. Adeleine Berner, Mount Carmel Academy 20:31; 10. Bryce Couvillon, Dominican 20:37.

Boys Team results: 1. Jesuit 15, 2. Brother Martin 55, 3. Holy Cross 84, 4. Archbishop Rummel 106, 5. John Curtis Christian 154, 6. Archbishop Shaw 157.

Boys Top 10 finishers: 1. Michael Vocke, Jesuit 16:06; 2. Jack DesRoaches, Jesuit 15:07; 3. Lucas Sampedro, Jesuit 15:26; 4. LeLand Crawford, Jesuit 15:29; 5. Robert Buisson, Jesuit 15:29; 6. Brady Mullen, Jesuit 15:36; 7. Aeric Wender, Jesuit 15:44; 8. Eyan Calico, Brother Martin 15:58; 9. Luke Regan, Brother Martin 16:11; 10. Gabriel Metoyer, Brother Martin 15:58.

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