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Montevideo American-News
  • Harriers off to solid start in opening meet

  • Montevideo's cross coun≠try teams had a solid showing in their first meet of the season at Appleton last Thursday.
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  • Montevideo's cross coun­try teams had a solid showing in their first meet of the season at Appleton last Thursday.
    The Montevideo boys finished second, behind defending Section 3A champion Redwood Valley, while the Thunder Hawks girls were fourth.
    Junior Joe Varpness led the Montevideo boys with a fourth-place finish, followed closely by senior Ryan Maroney. Mitchell Moe finished eighth.
    The Montevideo girls were paced by senior Addie Reinert, who finished ninth. Jamilah Carson was 11th and Trisha Jakobs placed 13th.
    Kailee Jakobs won the junior high girls race.
    "Overall we were very pleased with our performances for the first meet," said coach Todd Rietveld. "It was the second meet for the other teams. We now have a baseline and incentive to train harder and improve."
    The Thunder Hawks will compete in the Milbank Invitational Saturday at 9:30 a.m. On Monday the teams travel to Norwood-Young America for a 3:15 p.m. meet.
    LqPV/DB Invitational
    Boys Team Scoring
    1. Redwood Valley 26
    2. Montevideo 42
    3. Morris Area 73
    4. Montevideo 116
    5. MACCRAY/RCW 139
    6. Yellow Medicine East 142
    7. BOLD 142
    8. LqP Valley/Dawson-Boyd
    Medalist: Alex Amundrud, RV, 17:44
    Montevideo runners: (4) Joe Varpness, 18:25; (5) Ryan Mar­oney, 18:28; (8) Mitch­ell Moe, 18:54; (11) Zac Enevoldsen, 19:06; (13) Tristan Weber, 19:33; (15) Jared Benjamin, 19:46; (32) Derek Bruns, 21:48
    Girls Team Scoring
    1. Redwood Valley 43
    2. LqP Valley/Dawson-Boyd 49
    3. Morris Area 58
    4. Montevideo 64
    5. YME, MACCRAY/RCW, BOLD, all incomplete
    Medalist: Kayla Huhnerkoch, RV, 15:44
    Montevideo runners: (9) Addie Reinert, 17:51; (11) Jamilah Carson, 18:16; (13) Trisha Jakobs, 18:26; (15) Mollie Varpness, 18:46; (17) Taylor Root, 18:57; (18) Jaden Wamstad, 19:02; (27) Rachel Stevens, 20:27

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