Boys Varsity Cross Country · Travis Hickner breaks 29-year-old record at Columbus North

  Place Points
Noblesville High School 2nd 54

The Noblesville Millers finished in second place at Columbus North’s Rick Weinheimer Classic on Saturday.

Travis Hickner led the Millers with a second place time of 15:01.8. Hickner’s finish broke a 29 year old school record that was held by NHS Athletic Hall of Famer Matt Sparks, who is now Notre Dame’s head coach in cross country and track and field.

Andrew Anderson finished in fifth place as the Millers placed five runners in the top 20.

Results for the Millers:
2nd, Travis Hickner 15:01.8
5th, Andrew Anderson 15:44.4
13th, Asher Propst 15:56.8
16th, Joel Mumaw 15:59.4
18th, Andrew Knight 16:03.6
22nd, Luke Shinneman 16:17.4
27th, Caden Click 16:19.5