HICKORY, N.C. --- Four Lees-McRae men's cross country runners finished in the top seven while participating at the Lenoir-Rhyne Invitational Friday evening in Hickory, N.C.
Freshman Joshua Hall (Ferguson, N.C.) turned in his first top-10 collegiate performance with a time of 30:23.23.
The team finished second with 29 points while Lenoir-Rhyne eked out the overall win with 26 points.
LR's Jacob Black won the individual title with a time of 27:10.61.
On the women's side, sophomore Jordyn Halvorsen (Moravian Falls, N.C.) claimed ninth with a time of 22:35.86.
Junior Jamie Colon (Acworth, Ga.) and sophomore Kaitlyn Gearing (Sautee, Ga.) finished 11th and 12th, respectively, with times of 22:57.03 and 23:11.59.
The Bobcats finished third as a team while LR won with 28 points.
Coach Ley Fletcher's teams will return to action Saturday, Oct. 1 when they participate at the UNCA X Country Challenge in Asheville, N.C.
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