FREDONIA -With six cross-country runners in the top 10, the Jamestown High School boys won the second annual Fredonia State Invitational on a blustery and cool Saturday afternoon.
Sophomore Christian Edborg was first with a time of 18:12.7, classmate Patrick Walsh second with 18:21.4 and senior Michael Capestrani was third with 18:40.6 as Jamestown finished with 19 points, Kenmore East with 49 points and Dunkirk with 63 points.
Other Red Raiders who scored points were fifth-place Zachery Barnes in 19:09.9 and eighth-place Jordan Johnson in 19:38.7.
Nick Lombardo was 10th with a 20:03.7, Nate Somerton 13th with a 20:28.4, Michael A. Johnson 14th with a 20:31.7, Matthew Lombardo 16th with a 20:40.3, Alexander Harvey 21st with a 21:49.7, Derek Anderson 22nd with a 22:19.3, Stephen Brombacher 27th with a 23:19.4 and Zach Gustafson 29th with a 25:41.8 for the Red Raiders.
The Jamestown girls placed second with 19 points compared to Nardin of Buffalo with 35 points. Kenmore East and Dunkirk were incomplete.
Eighth-grader Rachel Johnson led the Lady Red Raiders with a third-place finish of 23:38.4 and classmate Jessica Haase was fourth with a 23:40.6.
Overall, Jamestown had four of the top 10, including Alexandra Perkins in sixth with a 24:10.3 and Marishka Fadale in 10th with a 24:48.2.
Other finishers were Kirstie Hanson 15th with a 26:08.9, Yara Olmo 19th with a 27:51.4 and Keeley McWilliams 21st with a 28:59.8.