11/8/2017 4:34:00 AM CROSS COUNTRY: Fee places 102nd at state cross country meet
HEBRON - The 2017 high school cross country season has officially come to an end after the state mee was held in Hebron, Ohio last weekend.
Vinton County sophomore Riley Fee, who is the first female runner to qualify for the state cross country meet in school history, took 102nd out of 179 runners with a 5,000-meter time of 20:36.20 in the Division II girls' race on Saturday.
She was in 98th after running her first mile at 6:19 and dropped one spot to 99th after a running a 6:46 for her second mile.
Annie Zimmer of Chagrin Falls won the individual state title after she crossed the finish in a time of 18:13.5.
Lexington was the Division II team champion with a score of 137, while Fairfield Union finished as the runner-up with 147 points.
Mackenzie Scott of Minerva, who was the regional champion, finished seventh in 18:40.2.