MIDDLEFIELD—Cardinal senior Megan Maddox felt right at home during Saturday’s Cardinal Invitational.
Maddox set another personal record by finishing the race in 21:01, good for 11th place overall.
“It feels amazing, especially on such a hot day, that I was able to run even faster,” Maddox said.
All season long, Maddox has worked hard to move higher up on the school record board for fastest times in a 5K.
She entered Saturday in seventh place.
“I ran a 21 today and I ran a 21:20 before and that put me at seventh, so I’m hoping that brings me up to sixth,” she said. “I just want to get as high as I can.”
Sophomore Jenna Ayer just missed a top 50 finish when she came in at 25:38, good for 51st place. Sophomores Autumn Zak and Abigail Geesling weren’t far behind as they finished 54th and 58th, respectively. Zak ran a 25:54 while Geesling finished in 26:37.
Sophomore Hanna Sauberan (27:16) and senior Ashley Peterson (28:32) also ran for the Huskies.
Senior Brendan White led the Cardinal boys with a time of 19:52, good for 45th place.
Freshmen Gene Henrie (20:38) and Trevor Bachna (20:54), seniors Joey Bradesca (21:12) and Ben Lobdell (21:43) and sophomore Clayton Sauberan (23:28) also competed for Cardinal.