The Skyline Thunderbirds hosted 15 schools at a cross country meet Thursday. Skyline's girls team finished in second place despite missing their lead runner, Brooke Fisher, who is nursing a leg injury.
Haven won the girls meet with 15 points to Skyline's 44.

The Skyline Thunderbirds hosted 15 schools at a cross country meet Thursday. Skyline's girls team finished in second place despite missing their lead runner, Brooke Fisher, who is nursing a leg injury.
Haven won the girls meet with 15 points to Skyline's 44.
Finishers for the T-Birds varsity girls:
13 Megan Pyles 19:17
18 Madison Moore 20:32
19 Allison Sanders 20:34
22 Katelyn Kumberg 20:42
25 Abby Giles 21:50
Freshman Roman Ibarra had another good race, taking the third place medal in the varsity boys race in a time of 18:58.
Skyline's boys did not field a full varsity squad. Chaparral scored 32 points to nip Haven (40) for the boys team title.
T-Bird JV results:
7 Ascha Lee 22:16
10 Miranda Ghumm 23:36
8 Lucas Cason 24:15
11 Colin Kumberg 24:21
17 Khaleb Cason 25:45
Skyline's harriers return to action next Thurday at Stafford, 4:00 p.m.