The Perham cross-country teams compiled another long list of accolades at the completion of section playoffs last week. (via www.eotfocus.com)
Sophie Ristau added to her athletic legacy at St. Paul Highland Park by qualifying for the state cross country meet for the third time. (via www.twincities.com)
For her next trick, Shakopee's Maria Hauger hopes to qualify for the Foot Locker national cross-country championships later this month. If she does, it's off to San Diego for the race. (via www.startribune.com)
NORTHFIELD — St. Cloud Cathedral has a rich history of cross country success and accolades. And Saturday, both the girls and boys squads added another chapter at the Class A state meet at the St. Olaf campus. (via www.sctimes.com)
NORTHFIELD, Minn. -- The start Saturday's boys' Class 2A state cross country race was wide open for the individual championship. But St Francis senior Adam Zutz was about to cap off an outstanding season. Zutz came from behind to edge Burnsville junior Cole O'Brien and win the 5,000 meter race in 15:33, two seconds ahead of O'Brien. For Adam, all of his hard work and dedication to the sport paid off on Saturday and he said it felt great. Adam is being recruited Division I for cross country but he hasn't made a final decision on a school yet. Right now, he's still enjoying the title "State Cross Country Champion." (via www.kare11.com)
NORTHFIELD, Minn. – Perham’s Keith Schornack took ninth place to help the Yellowjackets win the Minnesota Class 1A state boys cross country meet Saturday at St. Olaf. (via www.inforum.com)
Throughout his high school cross country career, Andrew Gerdts’ hallmark has been consistency. No matter what course conditions or weather may bring, Gerdts consistently finished among the top runners in the contest. So there is a bit of irony as Gerdts crossed the finish line in his last high school meet – the 2010 State Class A cross country meet at St. Olaf College in Northfield. His time of 16:47 was exactly the same as last year’s state meet. How is that for consistency? (via lesueurnews-herald.com)
On October 28th, the Section 3-A Championship cross country meet was once again held at the Adrian Country Club. (via www.noblescountyreview.net)
Awarding the 3rd place team award to Saint Cloud Cathedral at the 2010 MSHSL Boys Class A State Cross Country Championships.
Minnesota High School State Cross-Country Championship at St. Olaf College in Northfield. Girls Class A Highlights.
Minnesota High School State Cross-Country Championship at St. Olaf College in Northfield. Boys Class A Highlights.
Minnesota High School State Cross-Country Championship at St. Olaf College in Northfield. Girls Class AA Highlights.
A brisk day at St. Olaf College in Northfield showcased a bevy of new champions in the state cross country meet Saturday afternoon. (via www.twincities.com)
Minnesota High School State Cross-Country Championship at St. Olaf College in Northfield. Boys Class AA Highlights.
Esko High School sophomore Marisa Shady won the Minnesota Class A high school girls cross country meet today at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. She was first in 14 minutes, 45.4 seconds for 4,000 meters. Fairmont junior Lauren Friese was second in 14:51.5. The Esko girls were fifth as a team, the Esko boys were sixth. By: Kevin Pates, Duluth News Tribune (via www.duluthnewstribune.com)
2010 MSHSL Class A Girls Awards Program - awarding 2nd place team award to Saint Cloud Cathedral HS
Start of the 2010 MSHSL Girls Class A Cross Country Meet.
The final hill as the runners approach the finish line at the 2010 MSHSL Girls Class A Cross Country Championships.
NORTHFIELD — Paced by the repeat All-State individual runs of sophomores Jordin Kopplow and Megan Sauer — along with the closely-bunched finishes of the consistent trio of junior Austyn Thier, eighth-grader Morgan Sauer and freshman Nicole Slater — the amazingly well-balanced Adrian Dragons are once again Minnesota’s Class A high school girls’ cross country team champions. (via www.dglobe.com)
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