Tuesday in a three-way meet, both teams brought home two more wins. The Wawasee girls beat Lincoln by a 20-39 count with Whitko scoring 85. The Wawasee boys dominated with a perfect 15 to Lincoln’s 55 and Whitko’s 81.
Last Saturday, both teams took second place among the 25-team field at the Indian Springs Middle School Invitational. Luke Griner lead boys varsity runners finishing second at 10:11. Westview’s Kevin Yoder took top honors finishing in 10:05. Braxton Alexander was ninth, Ben Hoffert 14th, Spencer Hare 15th and Jace Alexander 27th rounded out the scoring for Wawasee.
Wawasee finished with 62 points topping long-time rival Maple Creek, which finished in third with 85. Westview won the boys title with just 42 points.
The girls also showed well finishing in second place with 82 points. Maple Creek won with 44 points.
Varsity scores for the girls included McKenzie Smith seventh, Carmen Yoder tenth in returning from injury, Katie Haines 17th, Lila Gregory 22nd and Valeria Pizana 26th.
Top finisher in the boys reserve race for Wawasee was Cameron Rager finishing seventh overall while Genevieve Cierpilowski finished in 36th place to lead the Wawasee girls reserve racers.
Both teams will compete this Saturday in the West Noble Invitational.