Douglas High School’s cross-country team hosted Sabino and Bisbee in a triangular meet Wednesday, Oct. 2 at the Douglas Golf Course.
In the girls meet, Sabino came in first, narrowly edging Bisbee 42-40. Douglas placed third with 52 points.
Bisbee won the boys meet with 33 points while Douglas and Sabino tied for second with 47.
Bisbee’s Kiara Lumpkin continued to show off her amazing talent, cruising to a first-place overall finish and a time of 20-minutes, two seconds.
Douglas’ Jenally Barco came in second with a time of 20:49; Sophia Rico followed in eighth place for Douglas with a time of 23:48; Aidyn Durazo followed in ninth place finishing with a time of 23:59. Senior Andrea Amaya placed 15th, 25:27; Paola Leon was 18th, 25:45; Mia Verdugo, 19th, 26:14; JD Magana,19th, 26:45; Karina De La Vega, 24th, 30:48; Diya Beltran, 25th, 30:55 and Anitzel Burgos, 29th, 33:25.
There were 32 runners in the girl’s race.
In the boy’s race, there were 26 runners. Bisbee’s Ramon Loya was the overall winner, finishing with a time of 16:38.
Konnor Cormier led Douglas with a second place finish and a time of 17:34. Cole Flores was fifth with a time of 18:30; Javier Moreno placed seventh, 18:33; Andres Guevera, 15th, 20:58; Ezequel Ovando, 18th, 22:23; Isaac Rivera, 20th, 24:07; Jose Loreto, 21st, 25:06; Juan Valenzuela, 22nd, 25:19; Hugo Tovar, 23rd, 25:46; David Loreto, 25th, 30:18 and Ramon Carrera, 26thm 30:18.
Douglas’ cross-country coach Maria Sexton said 18 of her runners all had personal best times Wednesday.
The DHS runners are back in Tucson Oct. 9, running against Amphi and Catalina. Douglas’ last home meet of the season is scheduled for Oct. 23 against Catalina.