K. Ogilvie Sets New School Record, XC Competes in Last Regular Season Meet

by | Oct 22, 2017 | RRSN News | 0 comments

HARDEEVILLE, S.C. – For the third time this season a cross country school record was broken.
Kelsi Ogilvie led the Fire to a second place overall finish at the Sand Shark Invitational with her school record setting 5k time. The freshman from Boardman, Ohio shattered the school record, which was previously broken this season, with a time of 18:15. K. Ogilvie finished 3rd overall in a field consisting of 128 runners.
Right behind K. Ogilvie was the previous school record holder Julia Kaster. Kaster crossed the line second for the Fire and 4th overall. The junior averaged a 5:54 mile, posting a time of 18:23.
Sydni Ogilvie was the third representative of Southeastern to finish in the top 10 overall. S. Ogilvie blazed the trail with a time of 18:36.
Completing the Fire women’s top five were Kristen Robinson and Macy Peterson. Robinson stopped the clock at 19:32, while Peterson finished at 19:38.
The Southeastern men commenced the busy day for Fire athletics with a 14th place finish. As a collective group the men solidified a team time of 2:24:03.
Freshman Jordan Gonzalez led the charge for the Fire, breaking the tape with a time of 27:15. Throughout the 8k race, Gonzalez managed a 5:29 mile pace. In a field of 181, Gonzalez polished the race in 45th place.
Not far behind Gonzalez was Fort Ashby, West Virginia native Trae Miller. Miller, who set the school record at this very event last year, stopped the clock with a time of 27:26.
John Hutton and Aaron Harper were next to finish for the Fire, logging times of 28:13 and 29:27 respectively.
Rounding off the top five for the Fire was Lucas Kline. Prepped at Vanguard High School, Kline crossed the finish line at 31:40.
Postseason action awaits the Fire as they compete in The Sun Conference Championship on November 4.

Related Content

Dec 06 2023

Indiana high school football players winning both on the gridiron and the classroom

By Paul Condry and Matt Kopsea Jake Tippmann has had plenty of things to be thankful for in 2023. Not only did the Fort Wayne Snider linebacker help the Panthers...
Dec 05 2023


Things were a little above average the second time around as I went 21-7 (78 percent) last week. My overall record is 34-11, which leaves me at 76 percent for the...
Dec 04 2023


SENSATIONAL SEVEN Riley (4-0): Ayden Kent scored 16 points as the Wildcats are 4-0 for the first time since the 2020-21 season with an 80-70 win over Merrillville. Penn...
Dec 03 2023

No.2 Indiana Wesleyan WBB roll past Bethel

MARION, Ind. --- Bethel University Women's Basketball team (2-7, 0-3) couldn't upset the #3 Indiana Wesleyan University Wildcats (7-1, 3-0) on the road and fell 92-56....
Dec 03 2023

Early Hot Shooting Helps Bruins Top Beacons

Early Hot Shooting Helps Bruins Top Beacons Belmont started the game red hot from 3-point territory, hitting three 3-pointers over the game’s first 90 seconds to jump...