NEWCOMERSTOWN -- Newcomerstown High hosted the All-County Cross Country Meet on Tuesday.

On the boys' side, Garaway won with 39 points while Indian Valley (63) was second. The rest of the top five included Claymont (77), Dover (82) and NEw Philadelphia (125), with Newcomerstown sixth (160).

Leading the was for Indian Valley was Trevor Ault in fourth place (17:12) followed by Cody Booth 10th (17:38); Michell Giffen 15th (17:55); Evan Menefee 19th (18:04) and Bailey McBeth 20th (18:10).

Other runners of the Braves were Collin Border 29th (18:55); Brandon Leggett 31st (18:05); Mitchell Troyer 39th (19:32) and Clay Riddle 60th (21:27).

The Trojans were paced by Nate Marinucci in ninth place (17:33) followed by Garret Mozena 24th (18:28); Daniel Lovrinic 42nd (19:44); Collen Mozena 48th (20:27) and Steven Chilensky 64th (21:54).

On the girls' side, Claymont won with 49 points followed by Dover (50), Garwaay (56), Indian Valley (80), Tusky Valley (128).

The Lady Braves were led by Paige Saho in second place (19:18) followed by Shannon Regula, 9th (20:01); Tawney Ault 19th (21:44); Celina Mayforth 26th (22:22) and Alexis Pasquinelli, 33rd (23:21).

Other participants for IV were Emily Baker 35th (23:28); Lauren Long 37th (23:29); Heidi Miller 50th (24:36); Miles Maddison 60th (25:54); Leaha Granato 62nd (26:13); Allie Sugalski 70th (28:09) and Kim Nichollis, 75th (29:27).

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CAMBRIDGE -- The Indian Valley cross-country teams enjoyed a good day at Saturday's Cambridge Invitational, with Paige Saho's winning time of 18:58.23 helped lead her squad to a fifth place finish in the 11-team Large School field.

Not to be outdone, the Indian Valley boys took the team title in the 14-team Large School field.

The IV boys posted a team total of 46, five points clear of runner-up River View (51). The rest of the boys' field showed the following : 3. Dover (113), 4. St. Clairsville (121), 5. Carrollton (136), 6. Indian Creek (172), 8. John Glenn (195), 9. Licking Valley (254), 10. Cambridge (273), 11. Harrison Central (281), 12. Zanesville (313), 13. Loudonville (371), 14. Philo (441).

Evan Menafee (17:16.28), Trevor Ault (17:22.33) and Cody Booth (17:26.39) each posted top-10 finishes for the meet winners. Mitchell Giffen (16th-17:52.66) and Bailey McBeth (17th-17:57.01) completed the Braves' scoring.

River View's Corey Miller won the Large School boys' race with a time of 17:02.87.

In addition to Saho's winning effort, the Lady Braves also got strong performances from the following : Tawney Ault (21:30.06), Celina Mayforth (21:32.38), Emily Baker (22:40.69), Alexis Pasquinelli (22:48.45).

Newcomerstown and Ridgewood each had a team in the boys' small school field. The Trojan team took fourth with 117 points. Ridgewood finished ninth with 197.

Newark Catholic took top team honors with a low score of 42. Runner-up Morgan finished with 59.

The rest of the field finished as follows : 3. Martins Ferry (103), 5. Union Local (139), 6. Malvern (146), 7. Tusky Valley (149), 8. Hiland (191).

Newcomerstown's Nate Marinucci posted the fastest time for the Trojans, a 17:47.99, good for fifth place. Teammate Garret Mozena also scored a top-10 finish with his 18:23.89. The other trio of Trojan scorers were Collen Mozena (20:21.19), Daniel Lovrinic (20:37.67) and Alex Nay (21:21.25).

Ridgewood's fast time was the product of Travis Vickers (19:36.68). The other General runners posted the following results : Dakota Crites (20:30.15), A.J. Allman (21:29.12), Nathan Schwartz (22:54.87), Jared Michael (24:12.42).

Strasburg's Luke Myers was fastest in the Boys' Small School race with a time of 16:21.16.

The Small School girls' race was won by team champ Newark Catholic's Mary Richardson with a time of 19:09.53.

Newark Catholic's winning score was 25, easily outdistancing runner-up Martins Ferry (68). Tusky Valley took third (77) followed by Union Local (88) and Loudonville (90).

A pair of Ridgewood girls competed, Jessica McCoun (7th-21:21.17) and Taylor Danley (23rd-23:44.35), but the Lady Generals lacked the quorum necessary for team scoring.

There was no Newcomerstown girls' runner.