COCHRANTON — Corry's boys were fifth and the girls ninth at Saturday's Cochranton Invitational cross country meet.
Jordan Wingard ran to a fourth-place finish in 16:43, a race won by Grove City's Jacob Kildoo in 16:06.
For Corry, Austin Pondel was 21st (18:05), Jared Colvin 29th (18:33), Chad Wiler 46th (19:14) and Shawn McCray 50th (19:16). Alan Royek was 51st (19:19) and Jordan Rooker 68th (19:50) of 118 runners.
Grove City took the team title with 78 points followed by Meadville (99), Slippery Rock (109), Saegertown (138) and Corry (150).
Meadville won the girls race with 75 points, Grove City second (85) and Saegertown third (124). Corry had 234, right behind Titusville (217).
Samantha Owens was 15th in the girls race in 21:27 that was won by Meadville’s Elesia Wilson in 19:21.
For Corry, Taylor Grenz placed 40th (22:59), Danielle Munsee 45th (23:17), Tori Niggel 56th (23:41), Miranda Cummings 78th (25:18) and Rachel Munsee 82nd (26:07).
"It was a tough course," reported coach Mike Woods. "We had a lot of very good competition.
"We've had a good year so far, but we have to keep ourselves focused on what's in front of us, rather than what's behind us."
Corry holds its first-ever meet at Mead Park on Tuesday hosting two of the top teams around in North East and Union City. Both the Beaver boys and girls are 5-0 in dual meets.