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The Indians blew up the form chart with an individual boys title and then grabbing the team championship

The Molalla boys cross country team put together individual races of the season, producing not only an individual champion, but the team championship at the Tri-Valley Conference Championships Oct. 27.

Riley Reynolds led the way, capturing the individual boys title with a gutsy run over the 5,000-meter course at McIver Park in Estacada Wednesday afternoon. The senior clocked a time of 18 minutes, 12.9 seconds to win the individual crown by 10 seconds over Lliam Baird of Estacada.

PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Molalla senior Riley Reynolds captured the individual title at the Tri-Valley Conference Championships Oct. 27 by 10 seconds, helping to lead the Indians to a team championship.

Reynolds didn't have to wait long to turn and see his teammates enter the chute behind him.

Lucas Berreth ran a time of 18.59.9 to finish sixth overall and was backed up by Colten Strohmeyer in ninth place (19:08.7). Clayton Huitt was 17th in 20:10.6 and Osten Terry finished off the team scoring with his 23rd place finish (21:31.6).

The form chart had Molalla scoring 68 points in the meet, but the Indians put together a total team performance to score 49 points, two points better than North Marion's 51, and claim the conference title in the process.

COURTESY PHOTO: MOLALLAL XC - The team trophy the medals and the satisfaction of a job well done on both the boys and girls side for Molalla cross country.

Levi Wood finished 25th in the race with a time of 21:57.8 and Jecel Cortes was 33rd to round out the Molalla varsity contingent.

They'll get ready for the state meet at Lane Community College on Nov. 6.

In the girls race, Molalla didn't field a full team, but Kylie Benim had a solid day, finishing ninth with a time of 23:40.8 and Crista Bauer finished in 12th place with a time of 25:13.2.

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