Area roundup: October 25


Aurora Christian: The Lions places No. 1 at the Aurora Christian Class 1A regionals with 57 points. Tanner Chada of Aurora Christian was the individual champion, finishing at 15:45.

Woodstock: Jake Hoffert led Yorkville to first-place at the Woodstock Class 2A regional. Hoffert was the race’s winner, finishing at 15:43, and the Foxes ended with 49 points. Kaneland finished fifth with 125 points to qualify for sectionals, and Hampshire’s Jacob Oury’s 16:51 allowed him to make the cut as well.


Aurora Christian: Becca Wert, with a time of 18:48, led Aurora Christian as the individual champion of the race at the Aurora Christian Class 1A regionals. With Wert’s No. 1 spot, Aurora Christian claimed fourth overall with 112 points. The Lions peaked ahead at third with 80. Megan Kremer of St. Edward was the top advancing individual with a time of 19:56, and St. Edward’s Ashley Lopez also advanced finishing at 22:04.

Rosary: Aurora Central scored 123 points for a fifth-place finish at the Class 2A Rosary regional, a mark that qualifies the Chargers for sectionals. They were led by Karina Liz, who finished first amongst all runners with a time of 18:49.

Woodstock: Yorkville’s score of 28 was good for a first-place finish in the Class 2A Woodstock regional. The Foxes’ Skyler Bollinger was the race’s overall winner with a time of 18:42. Kaneland (107) finished fifth, and Brianna Bower led the Knights at 20:00.

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