ALGONA?- The cross country season continued Monday night with the running of the Algona Invitational, where the Lady E-Hawks of Emmetsburg earned sixth place overall in the varsity competition and the E-Hawks placed 14th out of the 17 team field.
For the Varsity girls, Ashely Overberg would earn 17th place with a 16:45, while Tara Harris set a new personal record with a 16:55 effort, good for 23rd place.
The team was bolstered with the return of veteran Mikki Mundus to the lineup for the first time this season. Mundus would set a new personal record as she finished 27th with a time of 17:00.
WELCOME BACK - Mikki Mundus rejoined the Lady E-Hawk lineup for the first time this season and turned in a personal record time of 17.00 on her way to placing 27th overall in the girls' race - Dan Voigt photo.
Taylor Reimer would finish 32nd in 17:04, a new personal record for the senior. Jordan Hoyman set a new personal best mark with a 17:23, good for the 44th finishing position.
Alexa Naig would finish 45th in 17:25, a persona best for her, and Rachel Ruddy rounded out the effort with a 52nd place time of 17:33.
Jordan Lange led the Junior Varsity Lady E-Hawks to fourth place overall in the JV division, as she won the event in 17:56, a new personal record. Shelby Loomis would place 11th with a time of 18:40, while Caroline Fantz earned 24th place off her 19:13 clocking.
Queen Mukami would finish with a time of 19:43, good for 36th place, while Madeleine Mueller placed 43rd in 19:59. Alison Gould set a new personal best time of 20:15 to finish in 51st place, while Alli Enriquez also set a personal best time of 20:29 to finish in 56th place.
Kiersten Aldous placed 76th in 22:14, while Emily Bonnstetter placed 87th in 23:16 and Ema Enriquez placed 103rd in 29:10.
Emmetsburg's Courtney Wurzer placed 29th in the girls Middle School race with a time of 15:38.
In the varsity boys race, Emmetsburg was 14th out of the 17 teams.
Nick Grandstaff placed 21st in 17:54, while Carson Clark set a personal best time of 19:28 for 61st place. Daniel VanOosbree finished 70th in 19:48 and Jas Jamison placed 84th with a 20:58 clocking.
Christian Strohman placed 95th with a new personal best time of 21:55 and Dalton Hauschen finished 100th with a 22:19 effort.
The JV?boys placed 12th out of 14 teams.
Lane Smith as 61st in 21:35 and Coner Crosgrove was 107th in 23:05. Michael Clasing finished 123rd in 23:46, while Will Jackson placed 136th with a time of 24:24.
Dillon VanOosbree placed 140th in 24:35, while Caige Elbert placed 152nd with a 25:30 clocking and Brett Steinkamp finished 174th with a time of 29:01.