TULSA — The Miami boys finished seventh among 14 teams at the Booker T. Washington Cross Country Invitational here Thursday, Sept. 14.

The Wardogs accumulated 211 points.

“It was rough conditions with the heat,” Miami coach David Douthit said. Temperatures in Tulsa were in the 90s.

“Everyone seemed sluggish,” Douthit said. “We still have to get times down.”

Kolton Browning turned in his best time of the season, clocking in at 20:08 over the 5000 meter course — 3.1 miles.

He was 34th overall.

Andrew Acupan was 37th at 20:27, followed by Chris Goad, 43rd, 20:51; Ryan Hackett, 47th, 21:14; Bo Smith, 50th, 21:44, and Reagan Allemann, 88th, 28:45.

The day’s best time was a 17:03 by Jaelyn Jackson of Sand Springs.

Isabelle Bivins had the lowest time for the Miami girls, 26:00. That was 38th overall.

Miami’s other times were 26:29 by Madison Smith, 43rd; 28:20 by Mary Marugu, 28;20, 51st; 32:07 by Leah Sanko, 56th, and 32:56 by Josalyn Kennedy, 58th.

The Lady Wardogs were 10th with 246 points.

Owasso’s Katie Booth was the low individual on the girls’ side with a 5000-meter time of 20:09.

Miami travels to Tahlequah Sequoyah for a meet on Saturday, Sept. 23.