GIRLS AND BOYS XC: Teams head to Logan for sectional


Bryan Gaskins is the Tribune’s sports editor. He may be reached at [email protected] or 765-454-8567. ‘ WHEN: 10:30 a.m. (girls) and 11:15 a.m. (boys) today.

Another one. First here as indicated.

IN THE RAIN: Western’s Hannah Lushin, front, and’Northwestern’s Casey Lechner run in rainy and muddy conditions at the Maconaquah Invitational on Sept. 8.

Western’s girls cross country team won the Logansport Sectional in 2015 and again in ’16, but the Panthers fell shy of a three-peat last year. Maconaquah rose to the top for its second title in four years. The Braves beat the runner-up Panthers by 12 points.

Intermission.

“We are looking to reclaim our sectional title this year,” Western coach Joni Neer said. “This group of seniors was the ones who were affected by the illnesses last year so they are ready to come back to see what they can do this year.”

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Loggers shine in 1-0 loss to Wildcats

Early in the first half against Columbia Falls, Libby senior Cole Walker takes the ball from Wildcat senior Payton Fisher. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

Libby senior Ethan Neff moves in for a steal off of the Wildcat’s Jason Albin Tuesday during Libby’s 1-0 loss to Columbia Falls. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

At the half on Tuesday night against Columbia Falls, the Loggers left everything on the pitch. But when they went back out, they only gave more.

Break.

The Libby High School soccer team faced an aggressive, fast team in Columbia Falls. But Libby met them at every step and never faltered.

High school: Wednesday’s sports results

BLACK RIVER FALLS – The Mosinee girls cross country team finished first out of 12 teams with 40 points at the Black River Falls Cross Country Invitation at the Skyline Golf Course.

Between the boys and girls, there were nine season bests and seven all-time personal bests achieved on the course along with the girl’s school record being broken by 24 seconds by Kate Fitzgerald, who was also the overall winner in the girl’s race.

The varsity girls were led by medalist and overall winner Fitzgerald first at 20:16; Olivia Donohue fourth 20:58; Allie Kukucszka eighth 21:35; Allison Kordus 13th 22:14; Gabi Lewens 14th 22:21; Adalyn Lehman 20th 22:54; Miranda Solinsky 22nd 22:55; Hannah Fliss 23rd 23:03; Ava Hintz 41st 23:58; Reidun Backman 43rd 24:11; Maci Barabas 45th 24:15; Rebecca Luebbe 62nd 25:19; Sophia Theiss 65th 25:34; Violet Cox 75th 26:27; Kaylee Olund 80th 26:44; Grace Grabow 83rd 26:52; Isabelle Bednorski 86th 27:10; Haley Lemke 92nd 27:31; Maddie Jamroz 94th 27:38; Carissa Best 106th 29:27; Ellie Wengelski 111th 32:54; Shaylynn Rowe 112th 33:24.

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JH Runners Take Home First Place at Jaguar Challenge

Jordyn Williams (#2294) leads a pack of cross country runners at the Jaguar Challenge in Bloomington Tuesday, followed by Tiger runners Malina Koepp (#2279), Savanna DeYoung (#2270) and Cassie Stolt (#2291).

Moving on.

With three runners in the top ten and all scorers in the top 30,’ the Belle Plaine Junior High girls took first out of eight teams at the Jaguar Challenge at Hyland Greens Golf Course in Bloomington. All other schools in the race were AA schools, including Burnsville and Blake.

Leading Belle Plaine’s pack was seventh grader Belle Jeurissen with a time of 9:30.9, followed closely by Mackenzie Murphy in third with a time of 9:32.9.’ Aly Jeurissen in fifth place clocked a 9:52.9.’ Sydney Hartman in 12th ran a 10:18.4. Bella Haefner finish 13th with a time of 10:26.6. Ella Schmidt, twentieth, finished with a time of 10:50.1. Rounding off the scoring positions was Alyana Lindahl with a time of 11:20.2.

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