SPRING CREEK — Spring Creek High School’s cross country teams competed at Pocatello, Idaho on Friday.
The boys varsity and JV runners both finished second. Thirteen teams competed in the boys varsity race. The boys JV finished second out of eight participating teams.
The varsity was once again led by William Fallini-Haas, who took second place in the race, out of 87 participants.
Spencer Thomas was the next Spartan to earn a placement on the team with a sixth-place finish, followed closely by George Skivington placing seventh.
Sophomore John Hughes was fourth on the team with a 35th-place finish, and Logan Allen rounded out the scoring for the boys with a 38th-place finish.
Matthew Henning and Terrence Simpson finished in 40th and 63rd place.
Head coach Todd Mahlke said, “The team is still working on improving times and race strategies.”
The girls varsity finished in third place out of 10 teams with Rylie Lusk leading the way with a fifth-place finish. Her freshman sister Kendra was second on the team for Spring Creek finishing in 12th place.
Senior Larissa Mauer was third on the team and finished 14th in the race.
Rosemary Little and Mikkala Perchetti were the next two finishers for the Spartans, finishing 16th and 19th.