Riewer leads the girls team to eighth place finish
By Chad Koenen
Nathan Johannsen continued his strong senior season on the course as he finished in fourth place overall at the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle cross country meet last Monday afternoon.
There were 176 competitors on the boys side with Johannsen finishing with a time of 17:37.40. Eighth grader Jonah Sharp was the next Hornet to cross the finish line in 62nd place with a time of 21:01, while Keeping Jayden finished in 69th place with a time of 21:23.20, Cael Pausch finished in 70th place with a time of 21:27.50, Brady Borah finished in 135th place with a time of 24:03.60 and Daniel Winn was the final Hornet to cross the finish line with a time of 31:33.60.
As a team the Hornets finished in 11th place with 278 points. West Central Area won the meet with 36 points. There were 14 teams that finished with a complete team.
Braylee Riewer led the charge for the girls team as the senior finished in 16th place overall with a time of 23:10.20. Bailey Larsen was right on her tail as the junior took 35th place with a time of 24:29.60. Alexis Mack took 58th place with a time of 26:47, Claire Pausch took 61st place with a time of 27:30.10 and MacKenzie Wake finished in 81st place with a time of 31:48.10.
The girls team took eighth place out of 10 teams and finished with a score of 198 points. West Central Area won the meet with 54 points and the Hornets finished in front of Wheaton High School and host Long Prairie-Grey Eagle.
This week the Hornets will travel to Bagley for a meet on Tuesday.