The IKM-Manning girls ran third and boys fourth in their respective divisions at the Woodbine Cross Country Invitational on Monday.
On the girls’ side, IKM-Manning tallied 108 points as a team.
Logan-Magnolia won the team championship with 20 points. Tri-Center was second with 57.
On the boys’ side, IKM-Manning netted 106 points in all.
Council Bluffs St. Albert claimed the team title with 52 points. Tri-Center was second with 52 points.
Morgan Hanson paced the IKM-Manning girls, placing 10th overall out of 66 runners in a time of 22 minutes, 54 seconds.
Kate Sutton ran 23rd in 24:32.
She was followed by McKenna Mullen (31st, 25:23), Julianna Stribe (37th, 26:22), Kaitlynn Spoelstra (56th, 30:38) and Emily Powers (60th, 33:24).
Quentin Dreyer led the IKM-Manning boys, placing third overall out of 76 participants in a new school record time of 18:02.
That broke the previous record time of 18:45.
Adam Gruhn medaled as well after placing 18th in 19:26.
Connor Keller ran 25th in 19:51.
He was followed by Tanner Spoelstra (30th, 20:14), Timothy Conner (34th, 20:31) and Caden Keller (52nd, 21:58).