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Prep roundup: Deeter posts second individual win in Seaman meet

 By RICK PETERSON

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Seaman senior golf star Lois Deeter broke 70 in last Thursday's Seaman Invitational at Village Greens, shooting a 69 to take medalist honors.

LoisDeeterregionalsLois Deeter posted her second individual title of the seasson in last Thursday's Seaman Invitatinoal, shooting a 69. [File photo/TSN]

Thursday's win was Deeter's second on the season and helped the Vikings finish second to Emporia (321-332) as a team.

Topeka High junior Avery Zimmerman finished fourth individually with a 79 while Hayden freshman Izzy Glotzbach tied for fifth with an 82.

Seaman's Jaycee Zimmerman tied for seventh with an 83 while Hayden's Avery Grunert and Seaman's Avery Samuelson tied or ninth place with 84s.

Hayden finished third as a team at 347 while Shawnee Heights finished fifth at 389.

The T-Birds were led by Karlyn Bowman with a 94 and Rachel Donaldson with a 95.

FINK PACES RURAL HARRIERS

Washburn Rural sophomore Payton Fink placed sixth out of 210 runners to lead the Junior Blue girls cross country team in Saturday's Olathe North Twilight Invitational at the Olathe District Athletic Complex.

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Fink clocked a five-kilometer time of 18 minutes, 29.40 seconds to lead Rural to a fifth-place team finish.

Sophomore Rylee Ismert also posted a top-20 finish for the Junior Blues, finishing 19th in 19:16.20.

Seniors Davin Johnson (16:21.20) and Grayson Fink (16:35.80) finished 46th and 55th in the boys race for Rural, which finishe 13th as a team.

WRENCH POSTS TOP-20 SHOWING AT WAMEGO

Hayden sophomore girls standout Elliot Wrench finished 20th individually in last Saturday's Wamego Invitational at Wamego Country Club.

Wrench clocked a time of 22:09.50 to lead the Wildcats.

Hayden's boys finished seventh as a team, with junior Aiden Amis finishing 21st (17:48.80) and senior Jake Muller 23rd (17:51.00) out of 119 runners.