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Mud course sets 2nd place pace

October 10, 2012
The Town Crier
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Though muddy course conditions didn't make for very fast times, the Boardman varsity girls cross country team pulled through to a second place finish over 16 other teams at the Stow Invitational on Oct. 6. 'Things are starting to come together,' said first year coach Stacey Hunter. This was a good mental test for the girls as we look ahead to the Federal League Championship meet on the 15th.' Leading the Lady Spartans was sophomore Jordan Grantonic who placed fourth overall out of 113 runners with a time of 20:27. She was followed by junior Emma Schwendeman (11) in 21:11, junior Brandi Gatte (23) in 21:45, senior Daisy Corso (27) in 21:55, junior Trista Cunningham (46) in 22:42, freshman Elly Larrier (47) in 22:44 and another strong showing by sophomore Julia Lewis (48) in 22:46.
 
 

 

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