Crawford, Mule Boys Advance To Cross Country Sectional

With the boys finishing third as a team and Jessie Crawford finishing 17th in the girls race at the West Frankfort Regional, the Fairfield Mules cross country season will continue this Saturday in the Benton Sectional. The Benton boys won the team title easily with 21 points, including four of the top six individual runners. Hamilton County was second at 51 before a drop off to Fairfield at 129 in third. Benton’s Reece Johnson won the boys race in 15:30.1, an average of 5:10 per mile. He won by 24 seconds ahead of Carmi’s Ty Barbre, who doubles as a … Continue reading Crawford, Mule Boys Advance To Cross Country Sectional

BDC Cross Country Meet Held In Hamilton County

Competing at Dolan Lake in Hamilton County Thursday, the Fairfield Mules finished third in the four-team Black Diamond Conference boys cross country meet. The host Foxes easily won the team title with 24 points, followed by Vienna in second with 56. The Eagles edged Fairfield by two points, while Goreville finished fourth with 86. In the girls’ meet, Goreville won easily as well, with 27 points. Hamilton County was second with 30 and Chester was third with 79. The Lady Mules did not have enough for a team score. The Foxes had three of the first four finishers in the … Continue reading BDC Cross Country Meet Held In Hamilton County

Mule Runners Win Lawrenceville Invite

WIth five runners in the top 15, Justin Sanders’ Fairfield Mules won the Lawrenceville Invitational Saturday. The Mules finished with 35 points, followed by the host Indians in second with 45. Paris was third at 58 and Dieterich was fourth with 77. Five other teams had runners, but not a full team. Casey-Westfield’s Cort Ross won the boys’ race in 16 minutes, 2 seconds. Lawrenceville’s Brayden Green was a distant second at 17:25.3. Fairfield’s top finisher was Austin Schuster in fourth at 18:06.5. Boys Results Place Runner School Time 1 Cort Ross Casey-Westfield 16:01.97 2 Brayden Green Lawrenceville 17:25.28 3 … Continue reading Mule Runners Win Lawrenceville Invite