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Redskins Place Second at Huge Meet in Hesston
09/11/2009

The race was divided into classes with 33 schools and 750 runners involved in Hesston.

Girls - Individuals (Top 5 places scored for team)

Fresh Race - Destyni Lucero - 2nd - 16:33, Gaby Galan - 5th - 17:25

Soph Race - Flor Parral - 14th - 18:48

Jr Race - Lauren Sumner 8th - 18:21, Morgan Wills - 13th - 18:45

Sr. Race - Lesli DeLeon - 18th - 18:39, Maggie Maier - 20th - 19:09

Top 20 Medalist in each race

Boys - Team 2nd Place 33 pts (top 7 places scored) Winner - Bishop Carroll - 15pts

Individuals

Fresh Race - Ricardo Bustos - 10th - 19:03, Marco Espinoza - 11th - 19:04

Soph Race - Victor Avila - 2nd - 18:01, Garrett Allaman - 11th - 19:05

Jr Race - Jaime Minjarez - 3rd - 17:34, Alan Grajeda - 4th - 17:37, Alejandro Avila 7th - 18:32

Sr Race - Morgan Riggs - 2nd - 16:46 , Juan Carlos Rodriguez - 5th - 17:51, Benito Rivera - 11th - 18:24, Rafeal Sanchez - 16th - 19:19, Christian Alacron 20th - 19:46

Top 20 Medalist in each race

Darren Bevis- "Many of our runners took considerable time off their race from last week in Great Bend. This race format gave our runners the opportunity to compete against their respective classes and many earned well deserved medals for their efforts. It was a good change of pace for our kids and allowed us to see other teams (37 teams present Class 1A - 6A with approx 750 runners competing) Classes competing were 1-3A and then the class 4-6A."

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