The Huntington North High School girls' varsity cross country team had six runners place in the top 20 and finished second out of nine teams at the Warsaw Cross Country Classic on Tuesday, Sept. 3.
The Lady Vikings' 52-point tally was only seven points off champion Warsaw's register of 45. Northfield finished a distant third with 94 points.
Sophomore Hannah Stoffel led Huntington North with a fourth place finish in 20:17.70. After Stoffel, freshman Cadee Harmon posted a personal record time crossing the line in 20:24.70 to take sixth place. Senior Cassidy Johnson was 12th in 20:54.20, junior Emily Eherenman was 14th in 20:55.20 and sophomore Marissa Jamison was 16th in 21:12.90.
Juniors Stephanie McElhaney and Taryn Doering completed the Lady Vikings' scoring by placing 19th and 21st, respectively, in 21:31.40 and 21:38.60, respectively.
Jenna Halderman of Northfield was the race's individual champion, taking the top spot in 18:52.60.