Elie Tuhn, an eighth-grader at Nevada Middle School, came in first place out of 87 seventh- and eighth-grade girls on Oct. 5 at Jewell. Elie also got first place in Jefferson at the first cross country meet of the season.

The full middle school cross country results for seventh- and eighth-grade girls from the Thursday, Oct. 5, Jim Klein Invitational at Jewell, a two-mile race: First, Elie Tuhn, 13:31; ninth, Tessa Borwick, 14:37; 18th, Allison Kruzich, 15:11; 35th, Natalie Barber, 15:42; 36th, Saron Mehari, 15:42; 39th, Makayla Spaid, 15:48; 44th, Briar Crain, 16:18; 49th, Ella Check, 16:33; 52nd, Ella Higgins, 16:39; 53rd, Bridget Cahill, 16:40; 63rd, Ellie Nusbaum, 17:33.

Times for seventh- and eighth-grade boys: Eighth, Owen Freeman, 12:49; 15th, Aidan Freeman, 13:26; 19th, Sam Betting, 13:39; 23rd, Marcus Nelsen, 13:47; 25th, Nick Frideres, 13:52; 26th, William Kerns, 13:53; 29th, Kent Sponseller, 14:00; 37th, Spencer Grant, 14:27; 40th, Dylan Fritz, 14:32; 43rd, Caelan Sullivan-Pecha, 14:38; 52nd, Nate Dumbaugh; 15:05, 53rd; Keegan Jones, 15:12; 54th, Matt Huegerich, 15:13; 59th, Griffin Tamburo, 15:20; 70th, Caleb Gilchrist, 15:43; 75th, Connor Barfels, 15:59; 110th; Ben Humpal-Pash; 24:46.