Franklin County High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 7th place at Randolph Southern Jr-Sr High School.All five runners for the Wildcat Girls Cross Country team enjoyed cooler temperatures and personal season bests at the Randolph-Southern Invitational. Junior, Lauren Kelley, the top finisher for Franklin County, placed 3rd with a time 20:57. Senior, Katelyn Meyer finished in 22nd place with a time of 22:47. She is 33 seconds away from a career record. Junior, Josie Selm, has been demonstrating continuous improvement, placing 45th out of 98 runners with a time of 25:01. Sophomore, Katherine Apsley’s time of 25:25, put her in 54th place. Rounding out the Wildcat team was freshman, Kenzie Rogers, who had another personal best with a time of 30:17. The whole team is becoming more strategic during their races, and are dropping their times meet after meet.Mt. Vernon was first with 63 followed by Muncie Central with 127, Cowan 139, Monroe Central 143, Yorktown 144, the host Lady Titans with 157, FC 175, Alexandria 180, Shenandoah 193, Adams Central 205, Union County 218, and Winchester 250.Franklin County High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 7th place at Randolph Southern Jr-Sr High School.The Wildcat Boys Varsity Cross Country team finished 7th out of 17 teams at the Randolph Southern Invitational. Junior, Drew Grant, dropped his time tremendously to be Franklin County’s top placing runner. He placed 25th with a time of 18:40. He is just 11 seconds away from his career personal best. Sophomore, Ben Maze, finished in 31st place with a time of 19:02. Harvey, Hunter, and Harmon Marshall all had personal bests at this meet. Senior, Harvey Marshall, had a time of 20:10, with freshman Hunter Marshall right on his heels with a time 20:11. Freshman, Harmon Marshall, was closing the gap with a time of 20:15. Sophomore, Adam Grant, rounded out the top 5 with a time of 20:55, placing 84th out of 168 runners. The Wildcat boys are consistently running with faster times and getting better placements as the season progresses.Mt. Vernon was first with 35 followed by Yorktown with 147, Monroe Central 153, Eastern Hancock 173, Muncie Central 181, New Castle 216, FC 228, Liberty Christian 236, Richmond 241, Muncie Burris 242, Shenandoah 263, Cowan 280, Adams Central 285, Union County 301, Anderson Preparatory Academy 337, Winchester 345, and Alexandria 359.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Stacey Nobbe.