ATTICA - From the looks of things, the Mohawk girls are going to like life in the Northern 10 Athletic Conference.
The league doesn't begin until 2014, but the Warriors sent a message that they will be among the elite teams, taking the top three sports in Tuesday's N10 Invitational in Attica and winning the meet 21-78 over Bucyrus.
Carey also finished with 78 points, but lost out on a tiebreaker to Bucyrus for second place. Buckeye Central (137) took sixth and Seneca East did not field a full team.
Shauna Leeth won the event, finishing in 21:28.88. McKenzie Richardson was second in 22:05.85.
Both are freshmen.
Finishing third was the Warriors' Kayla Risner, who crossed the line in 22:22.05. Mohawk had two other top 10 finishers. Beth Dundore took seventh in 23:03.21, while Haley Leeth finished right after her in 23:12.21.
The Blue Devils were led by Jaclyn Troiano, who took fourth in 22:32.09.
Buckeye Central's Lizbeth Figeuroa ran 11th in 23:53.42.
The Tigers' Jaclyn Willman led her team by finishing 28th in 26:11.37.
SE boys roll
ATTICA - Seneca East's boys dominated the N10 Invitational, with Carson Pipher and Wes Pipher taking the top two spots and the Tigers running away with a 24-65 win over second-place Colonel Crawford.
Carey placed third with 74 points, Buckeye Central sixth with 157 and Mohawk seventh with 163 points.
Carson Pipher won the meet in 17:10.58, about 14 seconds ahead of Wes Pipher (17:24.38).
Carey's Trevor Cook took third in 17:24.60, but he was followed by another Tiger, Jared Stockmaster (17:41.94).
Seneca East runners also occupied the No. 8, 9 and 10 spots: Bryce Watson (18:23.09), Robby Schaffer (18:38.29) and Jason Willman (18:43.04).
Buckeye Central's Stone Wurm ran 14th in 19:14.35, while Mohawk's Owen Lacey ran 29th in 20:21.71.