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Three LHS Girls Qualify to State at Wichita Regional

Brock Kappelmann - October 25, 2021 6:22 am



Girls Team Place – 4th Boys Team Place – 6th


Place Girls Time
DNR Bentley Fitzgerald
16th Isabela Guiterrez 22:02
5th Daniela Cerda 20:47
30th Ava Maxwell 24:12
18th Hallie West 22:19
33rd Ariana Garcia 24:40
37th Pamela Bolivar 25:32
38th Hailey Contreras 25:38
Boys V
23rd Daniel Amparan 18:31
40th Elian Laguna 19:30.40
27th Enrique morales 18:42
47th Michael Byrd 20.38
15th MJ Foster 17:49
41st Bryan Ortega 19:30.65
37th Jack Naranjo 19:13


Liberal competed at the 6A regional meet this Saturday at Wichita East. Liberal had the girls up in the first race that came away with 3 individuals runners making it to the state meet. Leading the pack once again was Daniela Cerda who would finish 5th with a time of 20:47. Next to follow behind her for the team was freshman Isabela Gutierrezwith a time of 22:02 to place 16th. Hallie West would round out the girls who qualified for state at 18th place with a time of 22:19.


The Boys race was to follow as the field was anyone’s race to win. Leading our boys was sophomore MJ Foster who would finish 15th in the race with a time of 17:49. He missed qualifying for the state meet by one spot. Coming in second on the boys team was Daniel Amparan who would finish 23rd and freshman Enrique Morales finishing 27th.


Both teams executed well on the day and left everything out on the course. With State this next week we look forward to the girls running and hopefully making some All State honors.



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