Quaker Men Place Seventh in Northern Virginia Race

Caleb Amstutz '19 (John Bell photo, Touch A Life Photography)
Caleb Amstutz '19 (John Bell photo, Touch A Life Photography)

WINCHESTER, Va. -- The Guilford College men's cross country team placed seventh at the Hornet Harrier and Commonwealth Challenge at the Kernstown Battlefield on Saturday. The Quakers tallied 182 points in the 13-team meet.

Guilford's Caleb Amstutz paced the Quakers after clocking a 21:07.0, good enough for 28th place. Caleb Anderson was 35th (21:41.5) and Kieran Arbury placed 46th (22:19.8).

Baldwin Wallace College won the team standings with 22 points, followed by host Shenandoah (86) and Washington & Lee (101). Isaac Wilson of Baldwin Wallace won the race after posting a time of 19:34.2.

Guilford returns to competition on Oct. 7 at the Hagan-Stone Classic in nearby Pleasant Garden, N.C.