|9/22/2020 10:44:00 AM|
Eagle girls run away with home meet title
The Windom Eagle girls cross country team ran away with a victory Monday afternoon, winning a Big South Conference triangular at the Windom Country Club.
The Eagle girls scored 27 team points. Pipestone placed second with 42.
The Eagle boys finished second in the triangular with 47 points. Worthington won the boys triangular with 24 points.
Individually, the Eagle girls were led with a solid one-two punch. Senior Gracie Bucher captured her second straight individual title, finishing with a time of 20:22. Eighth-grader Kaylee Walklin turned in a solid runner-up performance, finishing in 20:57.
Jadyn Wormstadt added a fifth-place finish (22:35), followed by Haidyn Sammons in eighth (23:39). Hannah Dauer and Hadley Sammons finished in a dead heat, tying for 10th place with identical times of 24:04.
For the boys, senior Cameron Alm led the way, capturing fifth place with a time of 18:18. Fellow senior Chance Elness finished the race strong, pulling to within five seconds of Alm to place sixth (18:23).
The rest of the Eagle boys formed a solid pack, with Hunter Walklin placing 11th (18:52), Conner Redman 12th (18:56) and Aaden Nauman 13th (19:18) to round out the scoring.
Next meets: Check for updates after each meet.
Windom: vs. Marshall, Worthington (at Marshall), Sept. 24
MLA: vs. SWEC, MCCF (at Fulda), Sept. 22