The Maple Leafs’ cross country team finished 10th among a tough field at the Runnin’ Red Invite on Oct. 6.

The Maple Leafs’ cross country team finished 10th among a tough field at the Runnin’ Red Invite on Oct. 6.

Geneseo was led by William Plumley who raced to a 25th-place finish in 16:26.3 at Black Partridge Park.

The Leafs’ Justin Johnson ran down 42nd in 16:51.0, and Colby Rapps finished in 49th in 16:56.7.

Geneseo’s Spencer Lindstrom came in 64th place in 17:08.8, and Lucas Nicke finished 70th in 17:15.0.

Rafe Morrison tracked down 91st in 17:31.3, and Neo Colter claimed 96th in 17:36.1.

On the JV side, Geneseo finished 13th among a 20-team field.

Isaac Kuster was the Maple Leafs’ top finisher coming in 24th place in 17:13.2.

Geneseo’s Bode Neff raced to a 64th place finish in 18:21.2, and Ricky Chavez-Sanchez claimed 83rd in 18:42.8.

Max Sottos landed in 90th in 18:53.5, and Kyle Lievens finished a spot back in 91st in 18:54.0.

Tanner Burgett came in 149th place in 20:26.4, and Simon Anderson finished in 160th place in 20:39.2.