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West Holt Jr. High Cross Country Completes at O'Neill invite

Coach Flannery

September 16, 2018

         The West Holt Junior High Cross Country Team traveled to O’Neill for the O’Neill Invite on September 14th, 2018.

         This is one of the largest meets the Huskies attend. This year there were 66 girl and 59 boy runners. Runners from fourteen schools competed on the mile long course. Even with a strong south wind and a temperature near 90 at the start of the race, the meet produced competitive times on both the girls’ and boys’ side of things.

         The Huskies came to compete and medaled five runners in the top fifteen. Isaac Pistulka led the way for the boys finishing in 6th place. Ian Larson was not far behind in 12th place. Tyler Jelinek ran a competitive race and edged out an O’Neill runner for the 15th medal. Maddie Davis finished in 2nd place in a time of 6:27. Katelynn Kratz ran her way to a 14th place finish.

         Katelynn Kratz, Abby Thiele, Maci Nemetz, and Rylee Poessnecker have really stepped up in practice and it shows when you compare their mile times from the Ainsworth meet at the start of the season.

         The Huskies travel to Ord for their next meet on Friday, September 21st.



2       Maddie Davis                  6:27

14      Katelynn Kratz               7:11

21      Abby Thiele                   7:31

22      Maci Nemetz                 7:33

45      Rylee Poessnecker          8:40

53      Catarina Ketteler           9:14



6       Isaac Pistulka                 6:01

12      Ian Larson                     6:27

15      Tyler Jelinek                 6:38

27      Channing Ogden              7:19

30      Emmet Wentworth         7:22

40      Carter Gotschall             7:48

41      Caleb Davis                    7:51

         Christian Hoffman           DNR

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