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Red Wolves Boys Cross Country ends season at regional meet

By Josh Bootsma

LANSING, Ill. (October 26, 2022) – The TF South Boys Cross Country team crossed the finish line of their 2022 season at their regional meet on Saturday, October 22.

The regional meet was held at Midlothian Meadows, and featured seven Red Wolf runners.  Though two of the runners achieved a new personal record during the race, none advanced to the sectional meet.

The TFS results from Saturday’s event are below:

  • Austin Hewes, Senior 44th place (18:29 – Personal Record)
  • Kenan Maxey, Sophomore 62nd (20:04)
  • Carlos Cervantes, Junior 65th (20:17)
  • Ben Gresham, Sophomore 66th (20:29 – PR)
  • Rodrigo Cortez, Sophomore 67th (20:32)
  • Malcolm Richardson, Senior 71st (22:43)
  • Aaron Major, Junior 72nd (23:31)

Conference meet

The week prior, the Red Wolves ran in the South Suburban Blue Conference meet, also at Midlothian Meadows. The pack ran well, notching a slew of personal records:


  • Rodrigo Cortez, Sophomore – 19:24 (8th place) All-conference medal – Personal record
  • Kenan Maxey, Sophomore – 19:36 (9th) All-conference medal – PR
  • Ben Gresham, Sophomore – 20:50 (16th) PR


  • Austin Hewes, Senior – 18:38 (15th) PR
  • Carlos Cervantes, Junior – 20:50 (22nd)
  • Malcolm Richardson, Senior – 21:24 (23rd) PR


  • Adam Castellanos, Senior – 22:39 (3rd)
  • Aaron Major, Senior – 23:13 (4th) PR
  • Gavin Cottrill, Senior – 24:39 (7th)
  • Josue Delgado, Freshman – 25:05 (8th) PR
  • Colin Harris, Sophomore – 28:55 (14th) PR

Season’s end

The Red Wolves will celebrate their season by hosting a team banquet on November 10.

“The team worked hard this season, and the seniors will be missed next year. I appreciate all their time and dedication to running,” said coach Fred Seibel.

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Josh Bootsma
Josh Bootsma
Josh is Managing Editor at The Lansing Journal and believes in the power and purpose of community news. He covers any local topics—from village government to theatre, from business openings to migratory birds.