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Emmetsburg Harriers Continue To Run Well

By Staff | Oct 1, 2015

ALGONA?- Emmetsburg’s Cross Country teams competed Monday at the Algona Invitational, giving solid performances in each division. But, the Lady E-Hawk Middle School runners picked up another victory on the season Monday afternoon.

For the Middle School girls, Raven Brown won the event with a 13:05 clocking, while Gabrielle Janssen was fourth in a time of 13:23. Hailey Foxhoven finished eighth with a 13:44 effort, while Izzy Householder placed 11th with a 14:03 clocking.

Raylene Poeppe would run a 14:38 to finish 21st overall and Allison Fischer turned in a 14:55 clocking for 27th place. Jamie Bird set a new personal record with her 15:40 time, which was good for 46th place. Taylor Steinkamp finished 47th in 15:43, while Kristen Davis too 65th place in a time of 16:36.

Annie Brennan turned in a 17:32 time for 85th place, while Isabel Nichols was 116th in 20:01 and Maggie Nelson finished 120th with a 20:27 clocking.

For the Middle School boys, Cade Jacobson finished 19th in 13:25 and Michael King was 60th in 14:58. Anthony Garber rounded out the effort with a 17:02 clocking for 101st place.

The Lady E-Hawk Varsity girls would finish 11th in the team standings on Monday, with Ashley Overberg pacing the way with a 21:43 time for 28th place. Jordan Hoyman finished 63rd with a 23:23 clocking and Jordan Lange earned 72nd place with a time of 23:46.

Darion Helle would finish in 5th place with a 24:00 clocking, while Mary Nelson would finish with a 24:51 time for 80th place. Hannah Merwald would finish in 95th place with a time of 25:52 and Kristen Kassel would finish 118th with a time of 31:57.

The E-Hawk Junior Varsity boys would earn an eighth place finish on Monday. Zach Mason would lead the effort with a 19:56 time for 13th place, while Dalton Hauschen finished 35th in 20:58 to set a new personal record.

Takoda Harris would finished 40th with his 21:06 clocking, while Alex Gray finished 21:17 to set a new personal record on his way to a 45th place finish.

Michael Frerichs earned 89th place with a 22:25 time and Christian Strohman finished 93rd with a 22:34 time. Daniel Groth was 126th with a time of 23:23 and Marciano Reinbold was 127th in 23:31. Eli Reichert set a new personal record with a 23:45 clocking, which gave him the 132nd finishing spot and Jordan Wiley finished 139th with a time of 23:58.

The E-Hawk Varsity boys would also earn an eleventh place finish in the team standings, being led by the 20th place finish from Nick Grandstaff with a time of 17:55 and Cruz Bowman finished 29th in 18:24.

Nolan Greene would set a new personal record with his 18:53 clocking, which was good for 54th place. Adam Deitering placed 66th with a time of 19:10, while Cole Jackson added a 19:41 clocking for 83rd place.

Silvan Hofer finished 95th in 20:09 and Aaron Hutchison finished 100th in a time of 20:22.