Lexi Healy Named Athlete of The Week
Event: 6 Kilometer Cross Country; Mark: 23:00.5 at George Fox University Cross Country Classic
- "A breakout race for Lexi! She placed 5th overall in a competitive field and was the top NWAC finisher."
Lane men finish second in meet
NEWBERG — Michael Martin’s runner-up finish led the Lane men’s cross country team to a second-place finish Saturday at George Fox’s Wes Cook Invitational.
Martin completed the 8,000-meter course in 25:42.0, finishing second to Cook’s 25:35.4.
The Oregon Running Club won the men’s team title with 27 points to 97 for Lane. Whitman was third with 106.
Moises Martinez also finished in the top 10 for the Titans, placing sixth in 26:00.3.
Lexi Healy finished fifth in the women’s 6,000-meter race for Lane in 23:00.5, leading the Titans to an eighth-place team finish with 188 points. Linfield won with 76 points to 85 for Whitworth and 90 for Whitman.
Whitworth’s Kayla Leland was the individual winner in 21:44.9.
Under Armour Men's Cross Country Athlete of the Week - Week 3
Lane - Freshman
Event: 8 Kilometer Cross Country; Mark: 25:26 at Bill Dellinger Invitational
- "Michael was the top non-D1 competitor at a competitive Bill Dellinger Invitational with a great time on the 8,000m course of 25:26."
"Michael placed an impressive 15th overall in a high caliber field that included four D1 schools, including highly ranked UO and University of Portland. He was the top non-D1 finisher and it was his first-ever 8K."
Lane men and women second at NWAC cross country meet
BATTLE GROUND, Wash. — The Lane Community College men’s and women’s cross country teams both finished second on Saturday at the Northwest Athletic Conference championship meet.
The Lane women scored 65 points to finish behind Spokane, which had all seven runners finish in the top 11, including winner Becca Mildes in 17:58.
Madison Schell (18:50) and Danielle Girard (18:56) finished 5-6, respectively for the Titans. Emily Viuhkola was 15th, Mitra LeBuhn was 17th and Kendall Maslen was 22nd.
The Lane men scored 81 points to finish behind Spokane, which had five scorers finish in the top 10, had 28 points.
The Titans were led by Emler Shelevy, who finished ninth in 25:37. Ronald Graham was 13th, Carlos Camacho was 16th, Ricardo Castillo was 18th and Johnathon Serna was 25th.
The men’s winner was James Breen of Clark College in 25:12.
Girard wins women’s race at NWAC cross country regional
OREGON CITY — Danielle Girard held off teammate Madison Schell to win the individual title, and Lane’s women finished second at the NWAC Southern Region cross country meet on Friday at Clackamas Community College.
Girard won the race in 19 minutes, 17 seconds, 2 seconds ahead of Schell, but Clark had three of the next four runners to win the team title with 33 points, two ahead of Lane.
In the men’s race, Elmer Shelevy finished in 25:56 over the 8,000-meter course to finish fourth overall and lead Lane to third place in the team race with 62 points.
Treasure Valley won the team with with 52 points and Clackamas was second with 57.
Lane men second and women fifth at Mike Hodges meet
OREGON CITY — The Lane Community College men’s cross country team finished second on Saturday in the Mike Hodges Invitational at Clackamas Community College.
The Titans finished with 49 points to 43 for Treasure Valley and had five runners place in the top-15 scoring positions, led by Elmer Shelevy who was fourth in 25 minutes, 52.70 seconds.
Also for Lane was Ronald Graham in eighth (26:04.90), Carlos Camacho in 12th (26:22.90), Ricardo Castillo in 13th (26:25.90) and Johnathon Serna in 16th (26:45.10).
James Breen from Clark College won the 8,000-meter race in 25:16.90.
In the women’s race, Lane was fourth overall with 95 points, far behind Corban, which scored 26.
Madison Schell was the top finisher for the Titans, finishing the 5,000-meter race in 19:19.20 for fifth place.
Danielle Girard (12th, 19:45.60), Kendall Maslen (19th, 20:08.90), Mitra LeBuhn (32nd, 20:38.20) and Hannah Boozer (45th, 21:41.30) also scored for Lane.