Wednesday, October 19, 2011

State at stake as thinclads head to Twin

Conference meet on Muni grass


Top Wood River runner Corrine Smith runs Thursday’s 3.1-mile footrace at Canyon Cove Golf Course. Smith placed fifth overall in a personal-best time of 21:21. Courtesy photo

Seniors Ben Stout and Corrine Smith continued to be the Wood River High team leaders during Thursday's Mountain Home Invitational 3.1-mile cross country meet at Canyon Cove Golf Course.

Stout (16:55) placed second to Erik Harris of Twin Falls (16:16) in the boys' varsity race, while Smith (21:21) was fifth overall behind Jerome senior winner Mikesell Clegg (19:51).

Coach Monte Brothwell said, "Corrine had a personal best time and closed the gap with the lead runners.

"The boys had a tough day since half the team was sick. We hope to have everybody back for district starting at 4 p.m. today, Wednesday at Twin Falls Municipal Golf Course."

Today's Great Basin Conference 4A district meet will qualify runners for the State 4A cross country meet Saturday, Oct. 29 at Eagle Island State Park west of Boise. Only three of the six GBC teams qualify full boys' and girls' teams for the state run, and the top 14 individuals qualify as well.

Other local results from the Mountain Home Invitational, where 24 Wolverines competed while seven of the Hailey boys were sick:

Boys' varsity: 1—Erik Harris (Twin Falls) 16:16. 2—Ben Stout (WR) 16:55. 6—Chase England (WR) 17:33. 14—Alexis Gonzalez (WR) 17:52. 34—Andreas Morales (WR) 19:26 (38 runners). Team standings: 1—Burley 37. 2—Twin Falls 46.

Girls' varsity: 1—Mikesell Clegg (Jerome) 19:51. 5—Corrine Smith (WR) 21:21. 19—Jade Atkinson (WR) 22:49. 29—Janel Passey (WR) 23:56. 31—Grace Gorham (WR) 24:02. 35—Brooke Lawrence (WR) 24:16. 42—Dani McLaughlin (WR) 25:03. 43—Kaitlyn Landis (WR) 27:13 (43 runners). Team ranks: 1—Jerome 40. 2—Twin Falls 59. 6—WRHS 119.

Boys' JV: 1—Joe Slover (Nampa) 19:28. 15—Connor Hayes (WR) 21:24. 34—Nash Hartdegen (WR) 24:01. 35—Ostin Arters (WR) 24:11. 36—Chris Mouritzen (WR) 24:58. 37—Rodrigo Candila (WR) 25:47. 42—Andrew Ryason (WR) 34:18.

Girls' JV: 1—Allison Ward (Twin Falls) 23:49. 10—Mariah Stout (WR) 25:24. 15—Avery Closser (WR) 26:46. 21—Marcia Smith (WR) 28:35. 22—Alexandria Begley (WR) 28:50. 24—Mateja Heinrich (WR) 29:32. 31 (tie)—Lex Shapiro (WR) 31:33 and Sarah Arters (WR) 31:33.




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