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Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - September 14, 2022 10:36 am

Hays XC meet 9/13/22

It is a great day to be an Apache! It was a blistering, dusty day in Hays, Kansas at the Cross Country meet.  This middle school cross country meet had all the variables for a stellar event.  The competition was tough and so was the course.

Here is how we fared today.

 The 7th grade boys had a squad of three athletes and all three gave it their all.  Juan Ledesma turned in a time of 7:57 for his PR and Alexis Arcos Guzman had a time of 11:28.  Elion Escobar ran a 11:41 mile.

The 7th grade girls were led by Yatzira Nunez again and she medaled 9th at a time of 7:27.   The tribe of Apaches followed as such, Yaretzi Escobar had a personal record of 7:35.  The girls ran well with 6 girls doing their personal record and they are Yaretzi Escobar, Dianiley Vega, Bailey Castro, Jaydelyn Ryan, Yaretzi Rosas Rubio,and Yazmin Enriquez.  The 7th grade girls placed 2nd as a team.

The 8th grade boys fielded a team of 5 and ran well with 4 of the 5 doing a personal record.  Jose Escobar captured 8th in the 2 mile course at a time of 13:21.  Coming in red hot at 18th place was Benjamyn Brockett with a PR of 14:27.   The order following was Cain Ortiz, Marco Rivas, and Brandon Ailon.

The 8th grade girls captured 3rd place as a team and there was a 2 point difference between 2nd and 3rd place. The Apaches were led by Evelin Tarango with a personal record time of 16:40 in the 2 mile course.  Evelin medaled in 10th place.  Seven lady Apaches ran the 2 mile course and 5 had personal record achievement.

We are proud Apaches today.

Eisenhower CC


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