LAWTON — The Weatherford Lady Eagles cross country picked up their second first place win as a team as they won the Cameron Invitational.
“I was really happy with how the girls ran Friday,” coach Kaleb Fischer said. “It was an improvement from last week’s race at Kingfisher.”
The team scored 58 points, 23 points ahead of second-place Blanchard, who scored 81 points and Waurika who scored 97 points. Weatherford had three runners place in the Top 5 and four runners place in the Top 10.
Kennadi Price won the race with a time of 12:44.00 and Jordan Hoffman came in second place with a time of 13:08.00.
Morgan Mouse finished fifth with a time of 13:29.00. Ana Arrieta finished ninth with a time of 13:40.00.
“Morgan and Ana really are starting to figure out how they need to run in order to help out our team,” Fischer said. “They both had great races.”
Ava Foster finished 53rd with a time of 15:45.81.
“It is big for us to run like we did if we want to have a chance to compete as a team,” Fischer said. “The less points those girls can bring in, the better it is for us.”
Brooklyn Floyd finished 56th place with a time of 15:45.81. Peyton Foster finished 62nd with a time of 16:19.00. Payton Cole finished 103rd with a time of 18:02.00.
Weatherford’s next meet is 10 a.m. Saturday at Rader Park.
“We just need to continue to work hard in practice and prepare for each week like we have been,” Fischer said. “I just want to see the girls work on bettering their times. They are running better as a team and now we just need to work on bringing our times down.”