Wednesday, November 16, 2011

WRHS cross country has mixed results at Eagle Island


The team had mixed results at Eagle Island for the High Altitude Cross-Country race on Saturday.

Ben Stout ended up with a side stitch on first lap and finished 175th in 18:07.0.

Chase England had to start cold because of an entry problem, but still ran a 17:45.6 placing 154th.

The boys' varsity team ran with three members missing and did not place as a team.

Alex Gonzalez ran 18:21.3 placing 127th, Ty Reinemann ran 19:03, which was a personal record while placing 179th, and Stephen Pfeiffer ran 19:05.5 placing 180th.

The girls had a full Team and placed 8th overall. Corrine Smith was first girl on team in at 21:29.4 placing 55th, Janel Passey had a great race running new personal record on this course by three minutes in 21:39.9 placing 60th.

Hailey Mongomery ran 21:42.3 placing 62nd, Dani McLaughlin running her fastest time this year in 22:59.1 placed 102nd, Jade Atkinson also running a personal record of 23:01.3 placed 104th, and Mariah Stout running a personal record of 23:36.8 placed 114th.




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