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Harris finishes second, Cubbison lands fourth in Mid-Penn Championships

The Mid-Penn cross country championships had some local flavor at the top of its list Saturday afternoon.

MIfflin County boys runner Brayden Harris posted a solid second place performance with a time of 16:00.265.

Teammate Chris Royer finished 36th with a time of 17:09.308.

In 52nd place the Huskies got a 17:52.398 by Conrad Coffey.

Caden Bell rounded out the top four runners with a 61st place finish with a time of 18:14.691.

With Harris’ performance and his teammates efforts, the team finished in 8th place overall.

“They ran well. We ran well enough to finish eighth. This was our first real big invitational with lots of teams and over 100 kids,” said MIfflin County boys coach Greg Loht. “It was pretty exciting to get down here and race and see who the best in the Mid-Penn was.”

On the girls side, Kylee Cubbison battled through as and finished in fourth with a personal best time of 19:02.699.


Her team also finished in the top 10 with a 10th place finish.

Addie Parsons finished 17th with a time of 20:12.991.

“The girls are happy so I am happy. The girls ran a great embrace today. Both Kylee Cubbison and Addie Parson significantly dropped their times for their season best which sets them up nicely going into districts”, said MIfflin County girls coach Jennifer Freed. “The other girls are running right where they have this season. It was a great day.”

Ava Harris finished 64th with a time of 22:43.259.

Rounding out the top 100 for MIfflin County was Justice Sheaffer with a time of 24:23.281.

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