continued Without Jensen in the lineup, Julia Champagne became Bethlehem’s lead runner. Champagne placed seventh with a time of 16:38.19, while freshman Sarah Vener grabbed ninth place with a time of 16:52.02.
“I’m very impressed with Sarah Vener,” said Rightmyer. “That’s a very good effort from her.”
Natalie Muller (13th place, 17:15.63), Holly Machabee (15th, 17:47.51) and Keeley Hogan (16th, 17:49.58) rounded out Bethlehem’s top five.
Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk also sent its cross country teams to the Grout Run. The boys team placed seventh in the Class C race with 200 points, while the girls team only had four runners and didn’t qualify for the team title.
Angel Colon had the top individual performance for Ravena at the Grout Run. Colon took seventh place in the boys Class C race with a time of 14:38.93.