Oskaloosa MS Cross Country Results Conference

Oskaloosa Indians

Oskaloosa Indians

Last night was a little more windy and cooler than we have been used to during the past cross country meets, but our girl’s and boy’s ran hard. Our top girl runner Aleeya Cheeney got 2nd place her highest place finish all year. The rest of the girl’s worked hard too and they placed 3rd in the conference as a team. Our top boy runner Carter Huyser came in 6th place. The boy’s team placed 4th place only 5 points away from getting 2nd place.

Overall, I am proud of my runners and how hard they have worked this season. They have accomplished a lot by breaking several personal records and working hard all season as a team. I am looking forward to seeing all these talented runners next year either as 8th graders or as freshman running on the High School team. They are very talented group and I know they will continue to improve and be successful.

Thank you to everyone who came out to support our teams, we really appreciate the encouragement and support!

Coach Reisetter

Girl’s 3rd Place
Boy’s 4th Place

 

Runner Time  Place
Girl’s 
Aleeya Cheney 13:15 2nd 
Anna Jones 14:14 13th
Kirby Nelson 14:30 21st
Veronica Bolibaugh 14:44 26th
Ellie Snyder 15:19 42nd
Ashley Kindley 15:32 43rd
Rachel Alderson 15:39 49th
Leah Wilcox 15:51 52nd
Brea Winegar 15:54 53rd
Victoria Voss 16:02 58th
Emily Grahek 16:41 68th
Marta Iverson 17:17 73rd
Makenzie Payne 19:20 91st
Boy’s
Carter Huyser 12:21 6th
Arawn Hodgkins 12:50 12th
Talon Munger 12:56 16th
Ean Beenken 13:01 18th
Jack Miller 14:02 35th
Jacob Spears 14:05 37th
Drew Appleget 15:59 75th

 

Boy’s Team Scoring
DCG 1st- 54 points
Newton 2nd-82 points
Norwalk 3rd-84 points
Oskaloosa 4th-87 points
Pella 5th-92 points
Grinnell 6th-120 points
Knoxville 7th-127 points
Girl’s Team Scoring
Grinnell 1st-41 points
Pella 2nd-52 points
Oskaloosa 3rd-96 points
DCG 4th-108 points
Newton 5th-122 points
Norwalk 6th-123 points
Knoxville 7th-185 points

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