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USATF Cross Country National Championships

USATF Cross Country National Championships

Rihana and Amaia Pellow earned All American honors at the USATF national Cross Country Championships in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on Saturday, December 13.  Rihana ran a time of 14:32 and placed 10th and Amaia ran a time of 14:40 and placed 24th out of 384 finishers in the 4000 meter race.  The race draws the best competition from around the country and is very competitive as only 12 seconds separated places 6th-25th.  The top 25 in each age division earn All American status.  Rihana and Amaia ran in the girls 13-14 year division.

 It is the third All American honor Rihana has earned this year and fifth of her career.  It is the second All American honor Amaia has earned this year and third of her career.  Rihana and Amaia are 8th graders at City Middle School.  Congratulations ladies!

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AAU Cross Country Nationals

AAU Cross Country Nationals

Kris Dailey earned All American honors at the AAU National Cross Country Championships in Lawrence, Kansas placing second in the 8 year old division.  The top 8 finishers in each age division earn All American status.  Kris ran a time of 7:24 and was just five seconds behind the winner.  It is the second All American honor Kris has earned this year.  Kris is a 3rd grader at Congress Elementary.

Lukas Dailey was a medalist in the 11 year old division finishing 12th his best finish so far at a national meet.  Lukas is a 6th grader at the School of Economicology.

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Nick Maternowski in MLive

Nick Maternowski in MLive

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Nick Maternowski – OK Gold XC Conference Champion

Nick Maternowski – OK Gold XC Conference Champion

Nick Maternowski won the individual OK Gold Conference Championship last night at Johnson Park at the OK Gold XC Conference Championship Meet.  Nick took first place last night over a field of 41 runners to win the championship.  He also earned all-conference honors for the second consecutive year.

Results

Conference Champion - Nick Maternowski

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K-8 GRPS XC travel team

Lukas Dailey (6th grade) won the K-6 race at the Allendale Invitational.  Lukas finished first in the 2500m out of 48 boys in a PR of 9:04.  His brother Kris Dailey (3rd grade) finished 4th in 9:47.

 Rihana Pellow (8th grade) won the girls 7-8 grade 2500m race in a personal record of 8:49.  Rihana was first out of 116 girls.  Her sister Amaia Pellow (8th grade) finished 3rd in 9:01.

Results

Lukas Dailey - Allendale Invitational Rihana Pellow - Allendale Invitational

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Nick Maternowski wins 2nd OK Gold XC Jamboree

Nick Maternowski wins 2nd OK Gold XC Jamboree

Nick Maternowski from Ottawa Hills cross country team takes first place at the 2nd OK Gold Division Cross Country Jamboree.

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Pics of Elem. and MS cross country

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Union Cross Country Runner qualifies for State meet

Union Cross Country Runner qualifies for State meet

Chris Santana finished 9th in the regional cross country meet on saturday. With his 9th place finish Chris has qualified for the state meet on Saturday November 2nd at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI.

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Union Cross Country beats Mona Shores

Union Cross Country beats Mona Shores

Union’s boys cross country defeated Mona Shores in a dual meet. Union’s runners finished in the top four spots in the meet.

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Creston Cross Country

Creston Cross Country

The boys team took second at the OK Blue Conference meet.  Cortez Sims (6th) and Abdullahi Salat (8th) earned medals.

Cortez Sims and LZ Granderson (City) made all conference and Deon Patin for making honorable mention all conference. 

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