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JV boys win Cuba cross country meet - PHOTO GALLERY

    The Bourbon High School junior varsity cross country team has won another meet. This time, the Warhawks took first in Cuba on October 2 with 22 points, while Waynesville was second with 36.


    Caleb Sappington won the meet with a time of 20:03. Also for the Warhawks, Richard Converse was sixth in 21:29, Dalene Nolie eighth in 22:02, Drew Payne 10th in 22:13, Ryan Stroup 11th in 22:27, and Malachie Radford 13th in 23:58.
    In middle school action, the Bourbon boys finished sixth with 149 points, while Steelville won the meet with 19. St. James was second with 64 and Kingston third with 89.
    For the BMS boys, A.J. Reeves was 32nd in 10:44, Ryan Cain 37th in 11:02, Brennan Bouse 40th in 11:16, Beau Beckett 52nd in 11:52, Chase Chepely 57th in 12:19, Jarren Ray 58th in 12:27, Eli Sappington 59th in 12:28, and Tyson McMullen 63rd in 13:24.
    For the BMS girls, Mia Gebhart was 29th in 12:18, and Jasmyne Atkins came in 34th in 12:51.
    The Warhawks also competed in Potosi on Saturday. In JV boys’ action, Sappington was seventh in 20:05, Converse 15th in 20:36, Payne 72nd in 24:31, and Khole Witt 97th in 28:07.
    For the BMS boys, Reeves was 92nd in 15:22, Ray 95th in 15:26, Bouse 108th in 16:02, Ryan Cain 112th in 16:09, Beckett 120th in 16:42, Sappington 132nd in 17:17, Chepely 146thin 18:08, and McMullen 163rd in 19:39. And for the BMS girls, Camara Daegele was 55th in 15:59, Gebhart 81st in 16:51, and Atkins 104th in 18:16.
    In other sports action last week, the BMS girls’ basketball teams took on New Haven on October 5, but lost both games. The A team fell to the Shamrocks 45-10 after the B team had lost 33-13. And on October 2, the Lady Warhawks took on Viburnum and the A team lost 42-12 after the B team was defeated 43-3.
    In volleyball action, the varsity Lady Warhawks hosted Belle on October 2 and won in two sets, 25-11 and 25-21, but the JV lost 16-25 and 18-25. It was the annual Pink Out night and about $600 was raised for a local community member who is fighting cancer.