Goldsboro’s Jay Bass crossed the finish line in 17:59 and finished in first place during a Neuse Six 2A Conference meet held at the Bryan Multi-Sports Complex on Wednesday.
Jacob Mouseau also pushed the Goldsboro cause and finished fourth overall with a time of 21:21. Joshua Lawhorn (21:54) and Aybami Ajagbe (22:07) came in fifth and sixth, respectively,
Spring Creek’s Dustin Wise toured the course in 19:06 to come in second place. Teammate Jacob Lynch finished with a time of 22:14 to finish in seventh.
On the girls’ side, Goldsboro’s Carly Court finished first with a time of 23 minutes, while Katie Wagner filed a time of 25:58 and wound up in fifth.
Princeton’s Kinsley Botkin (24:28), Abby Capps (24:46), Maggie Purvish (25:27) came in second, third and fourth, respectively.