Nebraska State Cross Country Championships - Meet Results
Nebraska State Cross Country Championships. Oct 21, Kearney Country Club. Kearney, NE. Official Meet Website. Meet History. Records. Meet; Venue. ncsuk.info State Cross The Osmond boys cross country team earned their first championship plaque in. The Ord High School Cross Country teams had solid performances at the Lou- Platte . Even though neither team qualified for the state meet, the runners turned in some of Despite very windy conditions the qualifiers were able to record some of their best times of the year and bring read more . Cross Country
This is the first time this season that Masin has run below 20 minutes. Torben was running well but a sore knee forced him to stop about half way through the race. I was really surprised that he even finished the race. He demonstrated a lot of courage in finishing out the race. Ritz covered the 5,meter course in Hopefully, with a little rest she will be able to run a strong middle of the race next week.
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If we can get her through the second mile, she will really impress a lot of people. Lara continues to get stronger every race and I am really happy for her. She is a hard working young lady and I am glad to see she is having some success. Rebecca continues to improve every week and has really done a nice job working through an ankle injury she suffered early in the season.
Next in for the Warriors was freshman Hannah Jorgenson, who ran Not far behind was senior Erin Sutton, who ran the race of her life, running Rounding out the scorers was KaDee Johnson, who ran a personal best time of For their efforts, the girls placed third overall.
The boys did not disappoint! Grant Crockett led the way once again, placing 6th in Second to cross the line for the Warriors was freshman Josh Graber, who ran exceptionally well, placing 9th with a time of For their efforts, Crockett and Graber received All-Conference honors. Following close behind was Micah Sears, placing 11th in Completing the Wahoo scorers was Jerstan Zeleny, who ran his best race ever, placing 16th with a time of Junior Trenton Erdmann-Hughes and freshman Michael Robinson also ran very well, placing 19th and 23rd, respectively.
The gentlemen finished runner-up in the team standings.
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It gives us some much needed confidence heading into districts next week. Individual Medalists Top 15 Grant Crockett 2nd, The girls had a great day, receiving runner-up honors.
Zoe Christenson had another stellar day, finishing 5th with a time of Next in for the Lady Warriors was Hannah Jorgensen, who squeezed into the top ten with her 9th place finish with a time of Right on her heels was senior Erin Sutton, running Next in was KaDee Johnson, running Grant Crockett paved the way for the boys, running 2nd in Next in was freshman Josh Graber, placing 6th in Micah Sears and Jerstan Zeleny ran neck-and-neck, finishing 16th and 17th, respectively.
Girls finish 3rd, boys 4th; Warriors prepare for Sept. Individual Medalists Top 15 Zoe Christenson 9th, Individual Medalist Top 15 Grant Crockett 9th, The meet was originally scheduled for Thursday, September 20, but due to the threat of potential storms, was moved to try and beat Mother Nature.
The Lady Warriors were first up, and once again, Zoe Christenson shined. Christenson ran an impressive time of Next in for the ladies was freshman Hannah Jorgensen, with a time of Senior Erin Sutton was not far behind, placing 16th in KaDee Johnson also ran, placing 19th in For their efforts, the girls placed 3rd in the large school division.
This time gives her some confidence going forward that she can run with the best runners in area.
Maddie Niemeier continues to be a nice surprise for us as well, running a very solid time of With a little more improvement, she will be right in the hunt for a medal at district time. Some of the girls cut almost 5 minutes from their previous bests- we hope to continue this improvement over the next weeks of our season and peak in October.
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In addition to the tough competition, the girls also had the added challenge of a 99 degree heat index at race time, which made for a challenging first race. Leading the way for the girls was junior Haley Fritza, finishing with a 15th place medal Sophomore Maddie Niemeier ran a fantastic first race, finishing in Also running in the varsity race for the girls were senior Crystal Holloway Next up is the Fremont Invite next Thursday.
She ran a great race, near a season best time for her on a difficult course with outstanding competition to finish 36th out of runners in Class A with a time of This caps a season for her where she has started to realize the great potential that she has if she is willing to put in the many miles that it takes to be a truly great runner. Congratulations on a very successful season! Girls 4-A District Results: Haley raced her way to a season best time of This will be the second State Meet that Haley will participate in.
Senior Audra Thramer ran a season best time of Seniors Danielle Kersting Over runners competed, and we had close to spectators make their way down there to watch some great cross country running. In a loaded girls field, sophomore Haley Fritza continues her rise among the top runners in Class A Nebraska with a 5th place overall finish. She ran a season best time of It was nice to see her finish ahead of every girl from the Sioux City schools, including the two girls who beat her Monday at the City Championships at West.
Danielle Kersting finished 17th in the class A division, with a season best time of As a team, we scored points to come in 6th place in the meet. Heelan was the only city school to finish ahead of us- we finished 5th on Monday in the City Meet as a team.
Michael, and then the difficult A-4 district at Pioneers Park in Lincoln. Photos by Gene Knudsen. More photos are available at knudsenphotos. Girls City Cross Country Meet: Overall, I think we were a little disappointed with where we finished up- despite putting three girls in the top ten, the consensus was that we left a lot of seconds out on the course.
Haley Fritza led the way with a 3rd place finish, covering the three loops around the West campus in Danielle Kersting 8th- Crystal Holloway 32nd- As a team, we finished in fifth place- scoring 87 points.
Heelan won the team title, with North coming in second.
We were five points out of third place. Leading the way for the Cardinals was sophomore Haley Fritza, who beat four returning state placewinners, and everyone else on her way to the individual championship. Also winning medals for the girls were seniors Danielle Kersting 11th- Other Cardinals who ran were Crystal Holloway 33rd The girls finished third in the team standings, behind Wayne and Crofton.
It was nice to beat Norfolk Catholic; they beat us earlier in the season at Wisner. The girls traveled to Vermillion on Friday, Sept.
Haley Fritza led the Cardinals with a second place finish, covering the meters in Coming in right behind in 3rd place was Audra Thramer, running The girls totaled 14 points to outdistance second place Vermillion. We have a lot of improving to do in the next two weeks to be ready for the big meets of our season.
Girls Dual with Wayne: The girls were down at Crystal Cove yesterday for a dual with Wayne. We ran really well through the top three spots, with Danielle Kersting leading the way with a meter time of Right behind her in third place was Haley Fritza Laura Gerkin was our 4th runner with a Girls Wisner Invitational