Friday, October 12, 2012

Rock Creek runs for Hailey thinclads


Ideal running conditions greeted Wood River High School cross country runners during Wednesday’s five-school Canyon Ridge Invitational meet at Rock Creek, Twin Falls.

Janel Passey’s third-place girls’ varsity finish in 22:54 led the Wolverine girls to a second-place team finish with 45 points behind Twin Falls (23). Chase England (17:40) also placed third in the boys’ race with Burley (34) winning the team title and Wood River (56) third.

Other WRHS boys: 7—Alex Gonzalez 18:08. 12—Ty Reinemann 18:33. 14—Cameron Bingham 18:51. 23—Jimmy Holcomb 19:50. 25—Patrick Schneider 19:57. 38—Nelson Cantrell 20:33. 46—Connor Hayes 21:19. 70—Nash Hartdegen 22:55. 71—Ostin Arters 22:59. 74—Xavier Haemmerle 23:08. 91—Colby Castle 25:15.

Other WRHS girls: 6—Mariah Stout 23:00. 7—Amanda Passey 23:07. 12—Grace Gorham 23:50. 18—Brooke Lawrence 24:25. 19—Avery Closser 24:42. 20—Hallie MacPherson 24:42.9. 21—Sophia Deklotz 24:43. 31—Brooke Sundholm 26:00. 35—Shelby Barnes 26:20. 53—Alexandria Begley 32:49.

 

Middle school thinclads

Cross country runners at Hailey’s Wood River Middle School wrapped up their 2012 season Thursday, Oct. 11, during the conference meet held at Dierkes Lake in Twin Falls.

Overall, the fall season turned out to be a good experience for the young Wolverines of coaches Bill Cantrell and Steve Poklemba, including recent meets at the College of Southern Idaho campus and Rock Creek in Twin Falls.

At Rock Creek, the Hailey girls placed three runners in the top 20. At CSI, the girls placed second overall and the boys third as a team. Top placings covering the two meets:

Girls: 5—Amy Cantrell. 14—Molly Whittington. 17—Taylor Schreiner. 23—Sophia Coplin. 25—Tess Burchmore. 26—Kirsys Campbell. 27—Marisol Baeza. 37—Emma Flolo. 40—Marina Santos. 45—Ellie Gorham.

Boys: 5—Dane Thompson. 16—Landon Nurge. 27—Jurgen Lawrence. 30—Stephen Roth. 33—Easton Beck. 40—Zack Olenick. 45—Ryan Halopoff. 50—Patrick Summerlin. 57—Sam Fauth.




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