OBETZ, Ohio – Both Sheridan squads and Sydney Hambel ran at the Divison II Cross Country State Championships on Nov. 6.
The championships were held at Fortress Obetz and Memorial Park.
Sheridan’s boys were led by freshman standout Tate Ruthers, who earned All-Ohio honors with a 20th place finish and a lifetime personal record of 16:14. Ruthers was also the fastest freshman at the state meet, in any division.
Raine Rodich, Simon Conrad and Hugh Sweazy all finished with lifetime personal records as well, adding to the Generals’ impressive day.
Sydney Hambel, New Lex’s first state qualifier in over 39 years and only the school’s second all-time, finished 48th individually with a new personal record of 19:34. She also finishes her career as a two-time Academic All-Ohioan.
The Sheridan girls squad finished 20th as a team and they were led by Grace Householder, who finished with a time of 20:20.5.