BEDFORD — Meyersdale senior Collin Day won the boys side of the District 5 cross country championship meet Wednesday.
It is the second straight district title for Day. He led his Red Raiders team to a second place finish behind Southern Fulton.
"I am really proud of Collin," head coach Bill Cooney said. "I wish everyone had his work ethic. I am proud of them all. We came down here on Monday to practice and they did real well then. We were shooting for the team title, but fell a bit short. We will have to work even harder next year."
On the girls side, Meyersdale junior Marsha Baker finished third.
Soccer playoff pairings
The District 5 Class A boys and girls playoff pairings were announced Wednesday. All quarterfinal games will be played Saturday at the higher seed.
On the boys side, Chestnut Ridge will play at 4 p.m. today at Rockwood in a play-in game for the No. 8 seed. The winner of that game will travel to No. 1-seed Conemaugh Township for a 7 p.m. contest Saturday. Seventh-seeded Hyndman faces No. 2 Northern Bedford at 1 p.m. Sixth-seeded McConnellsburg faces No. 3 Windber at 1 p.m. Fifth-seeded Fannett-Metal faces No. 4 North Star at 7:30 p.m.
On the girls side, No. 8 Johnstown Christian travels to No. 1-seed Conemaugh Township for a 5 p.m. game. Seventh-seeded Rockwood faces No. 2 Berlin at 6 p.m. Sixth-seeded Tussey Mountain faces No. 3 North Star at 5 p.m. Fifth-seeded Chestnut Ridge faces No. 4 McConnellsburg at 1 p.m.