General Cross Country discussion

Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Flip » Wed Aug 08, 2018 8:58 pm

Forum only has the top 20, do you a have a link to the overall state results?
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Ball4Him » Thu Aug 09, 2018 10:03 am

Flip wrote:Forum only has the top 20, do you a have a link to the overall state results?



https://www.mtecresults.com/race/show/6 ... ll_Results
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:14 am

Ball4Him wrote:
Flip wrote:Forum only has the top 20, do you a have a link to the overall state results?



https://www.mtecresults.com/race/show/6 ... ll_Results


Thanks for posting this..tried to do this from my phone last night and couldn't get it on here.
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby PMPT » Thu Aug 16, 2018 9:44 am

Did not here that Baesler is out. What happened?
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Flip » Thu Aug 16, 2018 10:24 am

PMPT wrote:Did not here that Baesler is out. What happened?

tore her ACL playing basketball
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby PMPT » Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:57 pm

Thats too bad, she's a terrific athlete.
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby theman » Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:20 am

Re-scoring the North Dakota State XC Meet from last year after removing seniors:
Class B Girls:
1.) Watford 115 (going Class A though)
2.) H/CV 135 (losing a top runner might cost them a title)
3.) Rugby 166
4.) New Town 230
5.) H/N/T 253 (but coop not all together this year?)

Class A Girls:
1.) Fargo Davies 80 (toss up between the top 3)
2.) Bismarck Century 82
3.) Bismarck High 90
4.) Grand Forks Central 112
5.) Minot 149

Class B Boys
1.) New Town 67 (unless they get 3 or 4 fast new kids, this is their last year on top)
2.) H/CV 122
3.) Rugby 137
4.) Bowman Co. 204
5.) Carrington 307

Class A Boys
1.) Williston 46 (Williston has at least 2 years of state titles coming up, I predict)
2.) Bismarck Legacy 75
3.) Bismarck Century 93
4.) Fargo North 126
5.) Bismarck High 182

See more about these here:
http://northdakotarunner.blogspot.com/2017/11/north-dakota-state-cross-country-2017.html
http://northdakotarunner.blogspot.com/2017/11/north-dakota-state-cross-country-2017_21.html
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby theman » Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:22 am

I'm also going to be listing all the state results for XC this season. I'll put them up here:
http://northdakotarunner.blogspot.com/p/2018-north-dakota-high-school-cross.html
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:35 am

theman wrote:Re-scoring the North Dakota State XC Meet from last year after removing seniors:
Class B Girls:
1.) Watford 115 (going Class A though)
2.) H/CV 135 (losing a top runner might cost them a title)
3.) Rugby 166
4.) New Town 230
5.) H/N/T 253 (but coop not all together this year?)

Class A Girls:
1.) Fargo Davies 80 (toss up between the top 3)
2.) Bismarck Century 82
3.) Bismarck High 90
4.) Grand Forks Central 112
5.) Minot 149

Class B Boys
1.) New Town 67 (unless they get 3 or 4 fast new kids, this is their last year on top)
2.) H/CV 122
3.) Rugby 137
4.) Bowman Co. 204
5.) Carrington 307

Class A Boys
1.) Williston 46 (Williston has at least 2 years of state titles coming up, I predict)
2.) Bismarck Legacy 75
3.) Bismarck Century 93
4.) Fargo North 126
5.) Bismarck High 182

See more about these here:
http://northdakotarunner.blogspot.com/2017/11/north-dakota-state-cross-country-2017.html
http://northdakotarunner.blogspot.com/2017/11/north-dakota-state-cross-country-2017_21.html


The 3 Ogle sisters will alter the Class A girls picture a bit as I could see two or all 3 in Top 20 are state this year!
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby theman » Mon Aug 27, 2018 11:36 am

ORRIGINALS @ JAMESTOWN
1. Meghan Ford, Jamestown 18:44
2. Lana Krack, Thompson 19:33
3. Megan Lundstrom, Davies 19:42
4. Kelby Rinas, Mandan 19:51

Wow, winning by almost a minute over the Class B 3200 champion and a minute ahead of 2nd Place Class A 1600 from last spring. That's an impressive run.
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Wed Sep 12, 2018 10:58 pm

Shanley/Oak Grove/Park Christian hosted their Metro Classic for the 11th year this week; 10th year that it has been named in honor of Andrew Nelson who was killed in action in Iraq back in 2007. This year's meet just happened to work out to fall on September 11th. 10 teams attended the meet (11 JH teams), 700 Runners competed, over 2,000 attended to help us honor a fallen teammate and friend.

A Shanley parent made this video showing parts of the races, pre-meet ceremony, flyover and more...feel free to take a look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQ7iSvi ... e=youtu.be

Fargo Davies won both Boys & Girls divisions; Megan Lundstrom (Davies) won the Girls race & Alex Luz (North) held off Jacob Knodle (WF Sheyenne) in the boys race.

Article from Tuesday's Fargo Forum: http://www.inforum.com/sports/cross-cou ... ier-killed

"There was a wretched silence when the question was asked. Fargo Shanley-Oak Grove-Park Christian assistant cross country coach Greg Falde remembered being at West Fargo's cross country meet when two former runners told him. Shanley assistant cross country coach Courtney Banister came home from work and saw it on the news. Shanley head cross country coach Chris Foerster had just moved to St. Paul and gotten married a couple weeks previous when Falde called him to tell him.

But when Suzanne Nelson was asked what she remembers about Aug. 29, 2007, the day Staff Sgt. Andrew Nelson, her son, was killed in Iraq, there was a hopeless silence. It wasn't a matter of finding the words. The words were unreachable.

"Too much," Suzanne said. "No mother should have to go through that."

Suzanne had just talked to Andrew about what he was going to do when he got back from his third tour of Iraq. He had also done one tour of Afghanistan. The 22-year-old 2003 Shanley graduate was trying to decide which college he was going to study engineering when he returned home that spring.

Tuesday, Sept. 11, will be the 11th year of the Andrew Nelson Metro Classic cross country meet at Lindenwood Park. Andrew played football, ran track and was a captain for the cross country team at Shanley. He was the anchor of relays because coaches knew he would pass the runners he shouldn't at the very end of the race, just like he'd do when he was the fifth scorer at cross country meets.

"One time he was running hurt and he knew he was the fifth runner and he continued to race, so the score was the lowest it would be," Falde said. "He'd hold off people that were faster than him somehow."

According to the U.S. Department of Defense, Andrew died in Muqdadiyah, Iraq, while on foot patrol. He was with the Army's 82nd Airborne Division when insurgents attacked his unit.

"He learned from his father that you learn more by listening than talking," Suzanne said. "He was dedicated to doing well in school, and he loved helping other kids learn. He had some good teachers and mentors, who taught him how to study well, but he listened. He loved being able to listen to learn things rather than talking."

Suzanne didn't want to sign the papers for Andrew to enlist when he was 17. He warned her that he was just going to do it when he was 18 and didn't need her signature.

His grandfather served in World War II and his father in the Korean War, both with the Navy. Andrew's grandfather was on the USS Lexington, which was sunk in the Battle of the Coral Sea in 1942. More than 200 sailors died, but he survived, stranded in the water for hours helping his shipmates. Remains of the aircraft carrier were found recently in March.

Falde served in the Air Force for 20 years. Andrew talked to him about the military as a sophomore. Falde could see Andrew being good for the military. He was an Eagle Scout, finding the most joy in mentoring the younger scouts. He was always well groomed, in shape and respectful.

Falde wore his military uniform to his funeral.

"It was the way he carried himself," Falde said. "You could tell he was built for the military."

A year after Andrew's death, Falde and Jaclyn Petik, who was the Shanley cross country coach at the time, went to Suzanne in tears to ask if they could name their cross country event in his honor. Andrew would've wanted no part of it, but Suzanne was so touched by it, all she could do was nod in agreement when they asked.

"I was honored to know that they thought that much of him to rename the meet," Suzanne said. "Andrew would not like it at all. He was not one to seek glory. He wanted to be kept in the background and not be pointed out. He'd be there to support you, but not out front. I'm really honored that they do that. I really love to see the kids run for themselves because that's how he did it, to better himself. It was never about him though. It was always about the team and doing your personal best."

Foerster coached Andrew in track and cross country. He had just moved to St. Paul when Andrew died. On Sept. 7, 2007, the day Andrew was buried at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis, Foerster walked outside of the new school he was teaching at just in time for a military plane to fly overhead.

"I'm not sure if that was for him, but I felt like he was there with me," Foerster said. "He was heavy in my heart that day."

Banister knew Andrew for 15 years, meeting him in second grade. They ran cross country and track together. Her parents always trusted Andrew with her, starting from the T-ball days when he would talking to her even though she was "the girl" on the team. He motivated her during cross country season when she was more focused on volleyball. Now, she's coaching runners.

When Andrew came home from a tour, he invited people over to see pictures of where he had been and what he did. Banister had just been studying in London for three months. Andrew made sure she stayed after, so he could see all her pictures. That's something she'll never forget.

"He wanted to make sure I felt special and wanted to listen to my experiences," Banister said. "He had a great, positive attitude, a great love for others. He was proud to serve his friends, family, country."

Banister helped get a plaque, featuring an engraved photo of Andrew, up at Shanley. It's still there today, as some teachers purposely walk young students by it.

"You don't ever think something like that will happen," Banister said. "It seems like life stood still for him. We think of him as 22 when we're all getting married and having kids."

American flags will be everywhere at Lindenwood Park on Tuesday. Suzanne has only missed one Andrew Nelson Metro Classic. She will be there on Tuesday.

"It's a good day, but it's an exhausting day for me," Suzanne said. "It's good to see all the kids and parents."

On Tuesday, people will remind all the runners who Andrew was and what he stood for. Suzanne hopes they listen.

"His joy was in giving back and learning to better yourself and share your knowledge and taking care of others," Suzanne said. "We see that in a cross country meet, especially when like that one girl couldn't make it to the finish line and someone else picked her up. That's what's it's all about. That's what Andrew would've done, help people make it across the finish line.' "
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby WDA_fan » Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:33 pm

Big meet in Bismarck this weekend! Will be fun to see all the class A east and west teams together and some top class B teams and individuals! I don't know how many ranked runners will be there, but it must be a bunch!
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Flip » Wed Sep 19, 2018 8:54 pm

Did Baesler have a good finish somewhere? she kind of came out of nowhere in the poll.
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:02 pm

Flip wrote:Did Baesler have a good finish somewhere? she kind of came out of nowhere in the poll.


Bismarck meet on Saturday she got 7th in a 19:10
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby WDA_fan » Thu Sep 20, 2018 10:15 am

Huber ran VERY well in Bismarck on Saturday. My first time seeing him. VERY IMPRESSIVE!
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby PMPT » Wed Sep 26, 2018 12:45 pm

WDA_fan wrote:Huber ran VERY well in Bismarck on Saturday. My first time seeing him. VERY IMPRESSIVE!

He is alot of fun to watch. Pretty special runner. Another kid that seems to be improving his times is Hunter Denault, I'm guessing he'll end up in about 5th place at the state meet.
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 12:56 pm

PMPT wrote:
WDA_fan wrote:Huber ran VERY well in Bismarck on Saturday. My first time seeing him. VERY IMPRESSIVE!

He is alot of fun to watch. Pretty special runner. Another kid that seems to be improving his times is Hunter Denault, I'm guessing he'll end up in about 5th place at the state meet.


Huber will be attending the prestigious Griak Meet this weekend! Very interested to see how he competes. 400-600 runners/HS race
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby WDA_fan » Wed Sep 26, 2018 5:13 pm

I believe Fargo Davies; Fargo Shanley, Hillsboro, and Dickinson are the other North Dakota teams running at the Griak. Bismarck Century is at Willmar, MN. Going to be interesting to see the results of all of these!
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 5:13 pm

WDA_fan wrote:I believe Fargo Davies; Fargo Shanley, Hillsboro, and Dickinson are the other North Dakota teams running at the Griak. Bismarck Century is at Willmar, MN. Going to be interesting to see the results of all of these!


All schools are in the maroon division except Davies
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby WDA_fan » Wed Sep 26, 2018 5:19 pm

How do they decide who is in which race? Just quality of team?
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 6:27 pm

WDA_fan wrote:How do they decide who is in which race? Just quality of team?


Size of school usually...smaller schools tend to choose Maroon.
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Sun Sep 30, 2018 3:32 am

Roy Griak ND Finishers
BOYS GOLD DIVISION
Team: Fargo Davies 42nd (1124) of 55 Teams

Individuals: 200. Hunter Barth 17:45; 208. Andrew Selensky 17:48; 233. Parker Wieland 17:53; 259. Jack Boub 18:00; 341. Regan Bosch 18:31; 355. Aaron Ochsner 18:39; 358. Jack Gothberg 18:40; 409. Caden O'Connor 18:55; 451. Jack Robertson 19:18; 469. Adrian Contreras 19:31 (517 Runners)

BOYS MAROON DIVISION
Team:
Dickinson 12th (410) of 53 teams
Shanley/Oak Grove/Park Christian 17th (521) of 53 teams
Hillsboro-Central Valley 22nd (614) of 53 teams
Edgeley-Kulm - Incomplete Team

Individuals by Team
Dickinson: 1. Brady Yoder 16:14; 11. Aiden Jung 16:58; 89. Griffin Obrigewitch 18:21; 139. Brayden Groll 18:42; 198. Jack Homiston 19:06; 217. Hunter Gregoire 19:16; 238. Reece Anderson 19:26; 305. Garin Anderson 19:57; 377. Caden McCormick 20:31; 425. Jacob Shilman 21:12

Shanley/Oak Grove/Park Christian: 37. Ben Asheim 17:46; 55. Gavin Sunderland 18:02; 90. Conner Asche 18:22; 173. Taylor DeVine 18:55; 202. Tommy Conmy 19:09; 214. Zach McCormick 19:14; 322. Noah Geffre 20:03; 359. Cameron Moe 20:19

HIllsboro-Central Valley: 9. Colton Anderson 16:56; 30. Chase Fossum 17:39; 123. Jackson Anderson 18:36; 205. Luke Leshuk 19:11; 309. Ethan Sherva 19:59; 353. Simon Mau 20:16; 420. Christian Brist 21:07; 443. Jake Wright 21:30; 444. John Kaldor 21:33; 460. Coldin Beliles 22:13

Edgeley-Kulm: 8. Isaac Huber 16:52; 136. Lucas Nitschke 18:41; 265. Warden Dahlgren 19:39

GIRLS GOLD DIVISION
Team: Fargo Davies 10th (400) of 49 teams

Individuals: 37. Megan Lundstrom 19:15; 83. Payton Lane 19:49; 91. Bridget Henne 19:54; 102. McKenna Lovehaug 20:00; 117. Brynn Donaldson 20:12; 150. Brenna Barnick 20:30; 161. McKenzie Burian 20:38

GIRLS MAROON DIVISION
Team:
Shanley/Oak Grove/Park Christian 8th (377) of 49 teams
Dickinson 21st (522) of 49 teams
Hillsboro-Central Valley 29th (715) of 49 teams

Individuals by Team
Shanley/Oak Grove/Park Christian: 7. Anna Bernhardt 19:40; 53. Ashley Hansen 21:04; 87. Kiley Craft 21:29; 92. Maria Sornsin 21:34; 142. Lilja Jurva 22:12; 148. Audrey Beauchamp 22:15; 177. Olivia Johnson 22:26; 193. Tessa Hultin 22:38; 236. Sadey Koch 23:09; 287. Kate Gallagher 23:47

Dickinson: 69. Symone Beld 21:16; 77. Macy Gress 21:22; 106. Delaynee Zubke 21:47; 124. Aleigha Villars 21:57; 151. Mattilyn Biel 22:16; 157. Mattie Obrigewitch 22:18; 234. Macy Leiss 23:07; 248. Raghyn Murphy 23:16

Hillsboro-Central Valley: 4. Reagan Baesler 19:33; 120. Mallory Alfson 21:56; 126. Ondrea Betner 21:58; 218. MJ Pruneda 22:58; 310. Hannah Luithle 24:05; 358. Jazarae Dovenmuehler 25:17; 387. Monserrat Garza 26:13; 405. Kenzie Ketterl 27:18
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby theman » Mon Oct 01, 2018 10:44 am

I'm not here to analyze anything, but rather just offer up that Meghan Ford (Jamestown) has been obliterating everybody she's raced this year. Won the Jamestown meet this weekend by over a minute. 18-low 5k is a pretty good time to solo!
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby WDA_fan » Mon Oct 01, 2018 5:27 pm

I could be way off, but I think Rinas and Ford will be a good race at WDA in a couple weeks. I heard Rinas was ill and didn't run in Jamestown this weekend.

Also - good showing at the Griak for ND kids. 4 boys and 1 girl in the top 20!
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Re: General Cross Country discussion

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Mon Oct 01, 2018 6:24 pm

WDA_fan wrote:I could be way off, but I think Rinas and Ford will be a good race at WDA in a couple weeks. I heard Rinas was ill and didn't run in Jamestown this weekend.

Also - good showing at the Griak for ND kids. 4 boys and 1 girl in the top 20!

2 girls!
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