For Perryville cross country coach Shadrick Shafer, his team had possibly the best race of the season so far. The Pirates had multiple personal bests and the boys team finished fifth with 110 points at the Cape Central Invitational Saturday.
Bair Hopkins led the way with a 13th place finish overall and a personal best time of 18:16.98. Micah Brown followed with a personal best time of 18:48.27, which was good for 19th overall.
Porter Hoeckele finished in 18:51 followed by Preston Hoeckele with a new personal best time of 18:52, and Clayton Bauwens rounded out the top five Pirate runners with a PR of 19:32. Garrett Roth and Ryan Rauh both hit season bests of 20:21 and 21:53 respectively.
For the varsity girls, Tegan Bishop finished second with a season best time of 20:08.
For St. Vincent, Braden Pech led the way at 20:30.01, which was good for 39th overall, while Ethan Buerck was 46th overall with a time of 21:15.80.
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