IndiaStellar performances and dry, cool conditions sparked the Polk County Wolverines cross country squads at the 30th annual Greensboro Invitational held at Hagen Stone Park.

Though the boys team traveled and competed with three of its top five members missing due to injury and illness, senior Jacob Collins and sophomore Sean Doyle again set personal records. Collins lowered his best time to 16:36 while Doyle hammered away at the winding nature trails to finish in 16:44. Both Wolverines received trophies for placing in the top ten, second and sixth, respectively. Jake Russell finished in 18:50, Eli Hall posted a personal best 19:24, Will Sachse 20:23 and Alex Franklin 22:57.

India Godlock once again posted a personal best to lead the Wolverines girls squad, finishing in a strong 20:02. Godlock was the first freshman finisher and placed fourth overall. Hayley Kropp placed second for the Wolverine squad at 24:00, followed by a close pack of Wolverines: Britain Hamrick 25:14, Shea Wheeler 25:22, Shelby Wells 25:30, Nancy Silva 25:31 and Leah Harding 25:38. Three Lady Wolverines competed in the Developmental 5K: Selena Chavez ran 24:52 while teammates Kathryn Johnson and Jessica Bailey both raced to personal best times of 29:45 each.

Polk boys and girls will race October 16 at 4 and 4:30 p.m. for the Western Highlands Conference championship at Jackson Park in Hendersonville.