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Lady E-Hawks Win Pocahontas Invitational, E-Hawks Place Third

October 3, 2017
by Dan Voigt , Emmetsburg News

POCAHONTAS - Emmetsburg's Lady E-Hawk Cross Country Team captured the team championship in the girls varsity division of the Pocahontas Area Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 30. The Lady E-Hawks scored 40 points to best the runner-up Warriors of Alta-Aurelia in the competition.

Coach Katie Heddinger's squad placed three runners in the top-ten on Saturday, with Raven Brown pacing the Lady E-Hawks with her second place finish in a time of 20:55.54. Gabrielle Janssen would finish in fourth place with a time of 21:20.83 and Hailey Foxhoven crossed the finish line in sixth place with her 21:38.90 clocking.

Isabelle Householder would earn 13th place for the varsity squad with her time of 22:33.17, while teammate Raylene Poeppe finished in 18th place with a time of 23:01.48.

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Allison Fischer earned a 25th place finish in the varsity field with a time of 23:52.33 and Mary Nelson closed out the varsity effort with her time of 25:49.94, good for a 40th place finish.

The Junior Varsity girls were paced by Jamie Bird's fourth place finish in a time of 26:14.59, while Emily Fuller would finish ninth in 27:33.56 and Hannah Merwald was a few ticks behind to place tenth in 28:11.66. Rounding out the effort was Maggie Nelson with a time of 31:32.83, good for a 17th place finish for Emmetsburg.

In the boys' division, Emmetsburg would finish in third place with 98 points behind South Central Calhoun and Sioux Central.

Leading the effort for the E-Hawks was Dawson Moen with a time of 19:19.58, goog for 18th place. Teammate Cade Jacobson finished 19th in 19:29.05 and Adam Berkland was 28th in a time of 19:54.20.

Adam Deitering would place 31st with a 20:14.59 clocking, while Zach Mason was 38th in 20:57.09 and Jacob Null finished 43rd in a time of 21:17.50.

The E-Hawk Junior Varsity say Niklas Kulms place sixth overall with a 21:27.33 clocking, while Jacob Frields finished with a time of 21:32.65, good for seventh place.

Kelly Griffin finished ninth in 21:52.73 and Brennan Duhn earned tenth place with a 21:56.72 time, while Christian Nichols placed 13th in 22:30.09.

Jordan Ruff would finish in 18th place in 23:16.71, while Jonah Hackbarth-Morlock was 25th in 24:28.16 and Jackson Lowman finished 36th in 20:23.94.

For the Emmetsburg Middle School boys, Isaac Janssen earned fifth place in 13:22.51, while Quinn Swift was 17th in 14:13.98. Gavin Swift would finish in 43rd place in 16:29.48 and Ryerson Boevers rounded out the effort with a 50th place finish in 17:36.43.



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