The IKM-Manning cross country team had good results at their home meet on Oct. 4.
The boys cross country team featured eight of their runners earning medalist honors. The boys team also won the meet.
Overall, the Wolves boys finished the race with 27 points, besting Denison-Schleswig, which had 28 total points.
Leading the way for IKM-Manning was sophomore Caden Keller, who won the meet with a time of 17:42.
Fellow sophomore Lane Sams was third in the meet after running on the course for 18 minutes and 15 seconds.
Finishing in seventh place was junior Nathan Johnson, who had a time of 19:19. Freshman Abe Polzien was able to finish in eighth with a time of 19:37.
Another freshman, Kasche Heuhn, was able to finish 11th with a time of 20:24. Two seconds and one spot behind Huehn was senior teammate Timothy Conner, who ran the course in 20 minutes and 26 seconds to finish 12th.
Jayden Phipps was able to finish 13th after a time of 20:31. Also finishing in a medalist position was sophomore Ryan Germer, who was 19th with a time of 21 minutes and 30 seconds.
In the girls meet, the IKM-Manning team finished with a total of 45 points, finishing second to Logan-Magnolia.
Leading the way for the Wolves was freshman Emily Albertsen, who had a time of 22:11, which placed her sixth overall.
In eighth was fellow freshman Reagan Garrison, who had a time of 23 minutes and 11 seconds.
Julianna Stribe, a junior runner for the Wolves, finished in 11th for the Wolves. Her time was clocked at 23:59. Three spots behind Stribe was fellow junior Maddie Snyder, who had a time of 24:16 to finish 14th.
Kaitlynn Spoelstra was able to finish the race in 17th with a time of 24:54. Everyone from Albertsen to Spoelstra earned medalist honors for the Wolves.
Rounding out the IKM-Manning racers on Monday was senior McKenna Mullen, who placed 24th in the race with a time of 29:31.