The Circle High School cross country teams ran at in the mud and rain at the Douglass Invitational.

The Circle boys won the meet and the Circle girls finished second.


The Circle High School cross country teams ran at in the mud and rain at the Douglass Invitational.
The Circle boys won the meet and the Circle girls finished second.
The boys had three of the top five individual spots and were led by Chris Robbins, who had a personal best of 18.39, placing second in the varsity meet. Freshman Brandon Kreusel finished third with a time of 18:45, Will Sellers finished fifth with a 19:05, Tanner Brown finished 10th with a 19.28 and Seth Blaha finished 15th and all medaled.
 The girls finished a close second in the team standings behind Douglass. Leading the way was Cassidy Treweeke placing fourth with a time of 17.31. She was followed by Page Lindstrom placing sixth with a 17:34, Molly Wartick with a career best of 18:04, placing 11th, Jacey Zerr placing 14th with a 18:24 and Breona Blackburn finishing 18th.
Trevor Schwemmer and Orlando Valenzuala finished 24th and 26th respectfully in the boys junior varsity race; while Michaela Wallace finished 22nd in the girls junior varsity race.