Martin County boys, girls runners qualify for 4A state


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The boys finished third in Region 3-4A for their 13th consecutive state berth while the girls were fifth for their first since 2015.

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Martin County High School’s boys and girls cross-country teams punched their ticket to next week’s Class 4A state meet Wednesday.

The Tigers’ boys finished third behind Spanish River and Palm Beach Central while the girls finished fifth in the Region 3-4A meet at South County Park in Boca Raton.

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Pustilnik leads Spanish River to girls regional cross country title

BOCA RATON ‘ Rylee Pustilnik of Spanish River and Pia Beaulieu of Boca Raton confirmed they are the best female distance runners in Region 3-4A heading into the state meet.

Pustilnik won Wednesday’s regional meet at South Country Regional Park in convincing fashion, finishing just shy of her personal best at 18:07.70. Beaulieu, who was last year’s regional winner ahead of Pustilnik, was second at 18:38.40.

Pustilnik helped lead the Sharks to their second consecutive regional title with 55 points. Park Vista was second with 65 points.

In the Region 4-1A meet, led by Cameron Dunn’s fifth place (17:16.10) and Jacob Dillistin’s sixth-place finish (17:27.75), King’s Academy won the boys championship with 52 points.

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Freshman Phoe-nom

The last time a freshman made the state meet for the Marshalltown girls cross country team, Phoebe Hermanson was 3 years old.

Now 11 years later, Hermanson is the first Bobcat freshman to make the trip to Fort Dodge for the Iowa High School State Cross Country Championships since Lydia Martin in 2007 and the first MHS girl to run at Lakeside Municipal Golf Course since Rachel Blagg in 2014.

In the week since earning her spot at state by placing ninth in the state qualifying meet at the Marshalltown Community College Cross Country Course last Thursday, Hermanson said there’s been an outpouring of encouragement from the community.

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She collapsed at the finish line last week. Now she’s a three

Four teams brought home state titles, and five individual runners crowned themselves the fastest in Idaho. But two three-peat state champions stole the show.

A bout of heat stroke cost Mountain View’s Lexy Halladay a district title last week as she collapsed three times in the final 30 meters before getting up and crawling across the finish line.

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Halladay put that nightmare out of her mind Saturday and cruised to her third straight 5A girls state title, completing the 5-kilometer course in 17 minutes, 8.8 seconds, 14.1 seconds ahead of Eagle’s Ashley LaJocies.

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State XC: Another East Idaho trophy haul

Idaho Falls senior Zach Erikson finishes second in Saturday’s 4A boys cross-country state championship race at Lewiston Orchards. Photo by Steve Conner / IdahoSports

Salmon’s John Simmons, left, and Andy Gebhardt with their medals Saturday. Gebhardt won the 2A boys individual title and Simmons was second for Salmon, which won a program-first boys state team championship.

District 91 claimed multiple trophies in the 4A races for the second year in a row. Idaho Falls repeated as 4A boys champions 72-92 over Preston while the Idaho Falls girls claimed the fourth place trophy by one point over fellow District 6 team Shelley, 130-131. Skyline’s girls took the second place trophy by three points (55-58) to Bishop Kelly and the Grizz boys placed fourth on a tiebreaker.

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