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Lowell's Brian Blaylock (178) finished 11th at the state cross country finals and will compete for Indiana at the Mideast Meet of Champions in Kettering, Ohio on Nov. 16.
Ryan Kritzer of Munster finished 25th in the state cross country finals Saturday. He will be the top returning runner in the area next season.
Rebecca Timm, right, runs at the New Prairie Semistate. The freshman was Portage's top finisher, helping the Indians place third and qualify for today's state finals meet.
Valparaiso senior Andrew Jankowski runs in the New Prairie Invitational this season. The Vikings return to New Prairie today for the regional.
Tyler Gray of Crown Point, left, runs alongside LaPorte's Anthony Didion during Saturday's Duneland Athletic Conference Championship at Kesling Park in LaPorte. Didion won while Gray took third.
LaPorte's Elena Lancioni, left, Valpo's Alison Mundell and LaPorte's Kailee Schoff set the pace in the Duneland Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday at Kesling Park in LaPorte. Lancioni won her record third title.
Ari Coulopoulos, right, leads a pack of runners including several Valparaiso teammates during Saturday's Duneland Athletic Conference Championship at Kesling Park in LaPorte. The Vikiings won their fourth straight title.
LaPorte's Elena Lancioni will try to become the first three-time girls champion in the Duneland Athletic Conference meet today. She would also complete her third undefeated season with a victory, which would be a DAC first among girls as well.
Anthony Didion of LaPorte won the Class AAA title at Saturday's New Prairie Invitational.
Lowell's Brian Blaylock, left, Munster's Tom Bolanowski and Valparaiso's Ari Coulopoulos run during Saturday's Class AAA New Prairie Invitational race.
Portage's Tylor Hudson, left, holds off Northridge's Conner Sandt in the Class AAA race of the New Prairie Invitational on Saturday,
Hobart's Brent Dunn finished 13th in the Class AAA race at the New Prairie Invitational on Saturday.
Wheeler's Joel O'Shea, right, finished fourth in the Class AA race at the New Prairie Invitational on Saturday.
Ben Savage surges to the lead of the Class A New Prairie Invitational race Saturday. The Morgan Township sophomore won in a time of 16:34.4.
Morgan Township's Ben Savage runs to the finish of the Class A race at Saturday's New Prairie Invitational. Savage won in 16:34.4.
The Porter County Conference trio, from left, of South Central's Bryan Flannery, Hebron's Scott Crawley and Morgan Township's Logan Redmon sprint to the finish of the Class A race the New Prairie Invitational.
Valparaiso runners, from left, Andrew Jankowski, Ari Coulopoulos, Danny Dalton and Corey Alfredson run as a group with Chesterton's Tyler Vore during the Class AAA race at Saturday's New Prairie Invitational.
Lake Central's Megan Zajac, left, and LaPorte's Kailee Schoof sprint to the finish of the Class AAA race at Saturday's New Prairie Invitational.
Hobart's Celena Guerrero finished eighth in the Class AAA division of Saturday's New Prairie Invitational.
Valparaiso's Alison Mundell, left, and Lake Central's Sarah Hunsley race down the final stretch of the Class AAA race at Saturday's New Prairie Invitational.
Portage's Erin Reynolds, left, and Madison Allen run side by side in Saturday's New Prairie Invitational Class AAA race.
Hebron's Payton Schatz finished fifth in the Class A division of Saturday's New Prairie Invitational.
South Central's Kyleigh Werner won the Class A division of Saturday's New Prairie Invitational.
Paige Pizer helped Portage to a third-place finish in the Class AAA division of Saturday's New Prairie Invitational.
Hebron's Lexie Schatz, left, and Morgan Township's Hailey Haveck run side by side in the New Prairie Invitational Class A girls race Saturday. Haveck finished ninth and Schatz 13th.
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