Boys Cross Country

Crown Point Regional

AT LEMON LAKE COUNTY PARK

(Top five teams and top 10 individuals not advancing on a team qualify for Saturday's New Prairie Semistate)

1. LOWELL 35, 2. CROWN POINT 61, 3. LAKE CENTRAL 73, 4. HIGHLAND 77, 5. HOBART 101, 6. MERRILLVILLE 183, 7. MUNSTER 206, 8. HEBRON 225, 9. GRIFFITH 247, 10. WHITING 305.

(Top 20 and individual qualifiers)

1. Alec Fleming (L) 16:00.02, 2. Gabriel Sanchez (L) 16:22.87, 3. Aaron Kamstra (CP) 16:24.54, 4. Billy Duszynski (LC) 16:27.94, 5. Joey Copeland (LC) 16:31.39, 6. Kevin Praszko (HC) 16:41.26, 7. Josh Whitaker (CP) 16:43.78, 8. Isaac Sytsma (Hi) 16:56.65, 9. Dustin Hudak (L) 17:03.08, 10. Fernando Rosas (L) 17:04.18, 11. Diego Gomez (Ho) 17:05.01, 12. Benjamin Salinas (Hi) 17:09.81, 13. Bryan Cherry (Ho) 17:16.77, 14. Lucas Guerra (Hi) 17:19.28, 15. Isaac Beatty (LC) 17:20.53, 16. Nikoles Mulligan (L) 17:21.35, 17. Drew Holok (CP) 17:22.69, 18. Dylan Woodrick (CP) 17:28.46, 19. Christian Howerton (Ho) 17:30.22, 20. Martin Marquez (CP) 17:32.29, 22. Enrique Romo (EC) 17:37.41, 28. Connor Nuest (He) 17:53.79, 29. Tyler Dowd (BN) 17:54.85, 30. Thomas Perez (G) 17:55.69, 33. Jeremie Lander (Me) 18:02.21, 34. Justin Bhe (Me) 18:02.79, 35. Eberardo Azpeitia (Mo) 18:04.61, 37. Tony Bohling (Mu) 18:10.97, 39. Jack Jones (Mu) 18:14.32.

New Prairie Regional

(Top five teams teams and top 10 individuals not advancing on a team qualify for Saturday's New Prairie Semistate)

1. VALPARAISO 29, 2. MORGAN TOWNSHIP 79, 3. CHESTERTON 100, 4. NEW PRAIRIE 114, 5. PORTAGE 118, 6. LAPORTE 125, 7. KANKAKEE VALLEY 158, 8. KOUTS 193, 9. KNOX 290, 10. NORTH JUDSON 303.

(Top 20 and individual qualifiers)

1. Jakob Kintzele (Ch) 15:39.9, 2. Collin Huber (V) 16:01.6, 3. Trevor Braden (MT) 16:10.5, 4. Nathaniel Smith (V) 16:16.6, 5. Luke Lemmons (MT) 16:19.7, 6. Carlos Martinez (V) 16:24.4, 7. Loukas Karallas (Michigan City) 16:25.3, 8. Logan Tabor (South Central) 16:29.1, 9. Jarrod Michael (NP) 16:30.4, 10. Jack Acton (V) 16:33.1, 11. Carl Frey (V) 16:35.4, 12. Dean Schmidt (KV) 16:36.2, 13. Cameron Chapman (MT) 16:36.9, 14. Matthew Cavanaugh (V) 16:37.9, 15. Trevor Conley (KV) 16:39.5, 16. John Alexander (LP) 16:41.2, 17. Kyle Gutierrez (P) 16:41.3, 18. Carson Bakker (Covenant Christian) 16:47.4, 19. Nicholas Tonne (V) 16:48.9, 20. Dylan Filla (P) 16:50.9, 23. Hudson Hall (Wheeler) 16:55.4, 25. Jacob Tarnow (Marquette Catholic) 16:59.8, 26. Cameron Jones (Boone Grove) 17:00.6, 27. Mitchell Gits (LP) 17:05.9, 30. Adam Gasaway (LP) 17:11.4, 31. Damian Albisu (Michigan City) 17:13.2, 33. Stevie Franczek (Wheeler) 17:18.4.

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Sports Director

Hillary has covered prep, pro and college sports -- and even a Dixie Baseball World Series -- for newspapers north and south of the Mason-Dixon Line since 1995.

Sports copy editor

Jim is a copy editor for The Times who works out of Valparaiso. A South Central High School (1984) and Ball State ('89) grad, he’s covered preps most of his career. He received the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association’s Media Award in 1997.

Sports reporter

Steve has won awards during two different stints at The Times. In addition to being the Prep Beat columnist, he covers football, boys basketball and boys track. He is a long-suffering Cubs fan.

Sports Reporter

CJ grew up shadowing his father, Jim, at various prep events and now follows in his footsteps as a sports reporter at The Times. A Purdue University graduate, his allegiances lie with the Boilermakers, Cincinnati Bengals and Cincinnati Reds.