Postseason predictions!

Postseason predictions!

Postby XCguy » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:06 pm

Let's start some chatter including team champs, individual champs and darkhorses.

Class A boys
Champ - Brady Yoder
Team - Williston
Darkhorse - Owen Sondag to finish 10-15

Class A girls
Champ - Meghan Ford
Team - Fargo Davies
Darkhorse - McKenna Lovehaug to finish top 5

Class B girls
Champ - Lana Krack
Team - Rugby
Darkhorse - New Town girls with two All-Staters

Class B boys
Champ - Isaac Huber
Team - New Town
Darkhorse - Jackson Anderson to finish 10-15
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:32 pm

Class A Boys
Individual: Brady Yoder (Dickinson)
Team: Williston
Darkhorse: Jamestown takes a Top 10 finish after several years of being in the bottom 4th of the State.

Class A Girls
Individual: Meghan Ford (Jamestown)
Team: Fargo Davies
Darkhorse: Watford City will have 3 All-State Athletes

Class B Girls
Individual: Lana Krack (Thompson)
Team: Rugby
Darkhorse: 3 Froleks (SC/L/O) in the Top 20

Class B Boys
Individual: Isaac Huber (Edgeley-Kulm)
Team: New Town
Darkhorse: Bowman County gives HCV & Rugby a run at State for 2nd Place spot...no one touching NT
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby theman » Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:10 am

Run4Fun2009 wrote:Class A Boys
Individual: Brady Yoder (Dickinson)
Team: Williston
Darkhorse: Jamestown takes a Top 10 finish after several years of being in the bottom 4th of the State.

Class A Girls
Individual: Meghan Ford (Jamestown)
Team: Fargo Davies
Darkhorse: Watford City will have 3 All-State Athletes

Class B Girls
Individual: Lana Krack (Thompson)
Team: Rugby
Darkhorse: 3 Froleks (SC/L/O) in the Top 20

Class B Boys
Individual: Isaac Huber (Edgeley-Kulm)
Team: New Town
Darkhorse: Bowman County gives HCV & Rugby a run at State for 2nd Place spot...no one touching NT

Nothing really to add here. This is pretty much it.
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby XCguy » Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:26 am

theman wrote:Nothing really to add here. This is pretty much it.


Booooriiiiing! :wink:
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby theman » Mon Oct 08, 2018 9:40 am

XCguy wrote:
theman wrote:Nothing really to add here. This is pretty much it.


Booooriiiiing! :wink:

Alright I'll bite. I think the Class B girls race has the best chance of seeing an upset, and really anybody in the top three could do it. I think Meghan Ford from Jamestown will have the biggest margin of victory of any of the classes. I don't have an opinion on Class A boys until I see what Williston brings to WDA this weekend. I think Hillsboro/Central Valley has a team that would win the Class B boys title most years if not for being on the tail end of a historically good New Town program.
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby WDA_fan » Mon Oct 08, 2018 9:42 am

Class A Boys
Individual: Brady Yoder (Dickinson)
Team: Williston (But Legacy will be closer than many think)
Darkhorse: The top 5 finishers are all from WDA.

Class A Girls
Individual: Meghan Ford (Jamestown)
Team: Fargo Davies
Darkhorse: Davies has 6 girls in top 20

Class B Boys
Individual: Isaac Huber (Edgeley-Kulm)
Team: New Town
Darkhorse: Bowman County takes 2nd

Class B Girls
Individual: Lana Krack (Thompson)
Team: Rugby
Darkhorse: Baesler challenges Krack for a VERY close race
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby PMPT » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:29 am

I agree on Class B Girls, but Baesler has really come on in recent weeks, she was 4th or 5th this past weekend against a strong field of Class A runners. Apparently she's worked through her knee issue successfully. In addition, Isaac Huber is not a lead pipe cinch to win the Boys B either, the 2 top New Town runners are very strong usually finish the season strong.

It will be interesting!
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby WDA_fan » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:45 am

PMPT wrote:I agree on Class B Girls, but Baesler has really come on in recent weeks, she was 4th or 5th this past weekend against a strong field of Class A runners. Apparently she's worked through her knee issue successfully. In addition, Isaac Huber is not a lead pipe cinch to win the Boys B either, the 2 top New Town runners are very strong usually finish the season strong.

It will be interesting!



The top 2 New Town runners (Hale and White) run well TOGETHER too! That could be a difference as nice to have a teammate with you. Huber did win when they faced off in Bismarck in September (by double digits I believe).
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby theman » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:02 am

WDA_fan wrote:
PMPT wrote:I agree on Class B Girls, but Baesler has really come on in recent weeks, she was 4th or 5th this past weekend against a strong field of Class A runners. Apparently she's worked through her knee issue successfully. In addition, Isaac Huber is not a lead pipe cinch to win the Boys B either, the 2 top New Town runners are very strong usually finish the season strong.

It will be interesting!



The top 2 New Town runners (Hale and White) run well TOGETHER too! That could be a difference as nice to have a teammate with you. Huber did win when they faced off in Bismarck in September (by double digits I believe).

It's worth remembering that Huber won handily in the 1600 and 3200 at state track and hasn't given us yet any indication that he won't do the same thing at state cross.
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby E@stern Executioner » Mon Oct 08, 2018 1:46 pm

WDA_fan wrote:Darkhorse: Bowman County takes 2nd


That's the second person to mention that. I'm not sure why, but I can't see it ... not unless there are some roster changes in recent weeks. Bowman has two studs in Miller and Wokal who can go sub-18 and four others that have consistently gone low to high 19s. I can't see that beating Hillsboro. Anderson and Fossum are both consistently sub-17 and this past weekend in GF, they had six kids go under 19:00. John always has the Bowman boys ready to go in late Oct though!
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby theman » Mon Oct 15, 2018 10:45 am

theman wrote:
XCguy wrote:
theman wrote:Nothing really to add here. This is pretty much it.


Booooriiiiing! :wink:

Alright I'll bite. I think the Class B girls race has the best chance of seeing an upset, and really anybody in the top three could do it. I think Meghan Ford from Jamestown will have the biggest margin of victory of any of the classes. I don't have an opinion on Class A boys until I see what Williston brings to WDA this weekend. I think Hillsboro/Central Valley has a team that would win the Class B boys title most years if not for being on the tail end of a historically good New Town program.

Now that WDA happened, I think Williston will win state, and by more of a margin than they won WDA by. Their 4th runner was right behind Legacy's second runner, and having more people up front really shows up more the bigger a meet is (like state).
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby XCguy » Mon Oct 15, 2018 10:54 am

Agreed. The team races won't be very exciting unless Hills/Central Valley or MayPortCG can run well and push Rugby. Neither of those two ever seem to run a full squad so it's really hard to predict. The other three classes absolutely have a clear-cut favorite.
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby that guy » Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:52 am

east region boys team predictions 1. h/cv,2.gcc,3.rugby,4.thompson, 5.team of choice
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby PMPT » Thu Oct 18, 2018 1:23 pm

that guy wrote:east region boys team predictions 1. h/cv,2.gcc,3.rugby,4.thompson, 5.team of choice

HCV is 1st by a long way, Rugby may come in 2nd, hard to say where the rest will be. Looking forward to seeing Huber from Edgeley, Anderson from HCV, and Smith from Carrington battle it out! Nobody in the region can really get close to those guys. Its possible that all 3 will end up in the top 5 at the state meet.
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby XCguy » Thu Oct 18, 2018 1:47 pm

PMPT wrote:
that guy wrote:east region boys team predictions 1. h/cv,2.gcc,3.rugby,4.thompson, 5.team of choice

HVC is 1st by a long way, Rugby may come in 2nd, hard to say where the rest will be. Looking forward to seeing Huber from Edgeley, Anderson from HCV, and Smith from Carrington battle it out! Nobody in the region can really get close to those guys. Its possible that all 3 will end up in the top 5 at the state meet.


Whether they have a chance to win it or not, I seriously think Hendrickson, Cooper, Fossum, Denault and Zachmeier will be right up there. This race will be awfully deep this year.
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby WDA_fan » Thu Oct 18, 2018 5:02 pm

I don't follow class B super close but have trouble believing anyone will beat Huber. He beat Hale and White from New Town pretty easily at the Anderson/Stavn meet at McDowell Dam in Bismarck earlier this year. If he is healthy, he will be tough to beat.
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby Lybeal » Thu Oct 18, 2018 5:35 pm

You should follow Class B more closely :D Two weeks after the Bismarck meet, Huber beat Anderson by only 4 seconds at Griak. Being healthy is the key. I agree with XCguy. East Region is loaded with talent.
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Thu Oct 18, 2018 6:09 pm

Lybeal wrote:You should follow Class B more closely :D Two weeks after the Bismarck meet, Huber beat Anderson by only 4 seconds at Griak. Being healthy is the key. I agree with XCguy. East Region is loaded with talent.


Huber was coming off an injury before Griak. If he is back to full health then I don’t think the East B Boys race will be that close
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby XCguy » Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:58 pm

Agreed, Run -- if Huber is healthy, he is very clearly the favorite in his region. The battle for 2-10 should be fun. Isaac seems like a great kid. I hope he is back to full strength.
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Re: Postseason predictions!

Postby PMPT » Fri Oct 19, 2018 10:23 am

XCguy wrote:
PMPT wrote:
that guy wrote:east region boys team predictions 1. h/cv,2.gcc,3.rugby,4.thompson, 5.team of choice

HVC is 1st by a long way, Rugby may come in 2nd, hard to say where the rest will be. Looking forward to seeing Huber from Edgeley, Anderson from HCV, and Smith from Carrington battle it out! Nobody in the region can really get close to those guys. Its possible that all 3 will end up in the top 5 at the state meet.


Whether they have a chance to win it or not, I seriously think Hendrickson, Cooper, Fossum, Denault and Zachmeier will be right up there. This race will be awfully deep this year.


You are right. Hendrickson, Zachmeier and Fossum were in top 10 at last years state meet, Cooper and Denault were 16 & 18 respectively. Will be alot of fun! Plus, the Cooperstown venue is enjoyable from a spectator point of view. May be a bit cold out but I think there could be some fast times because there is not much in the way of significant elevation changes...
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