Written by Stacey Summers
Saturday, Sept. 15, Wolf Point hosted their annual cross country meet at the Airport Golf Course.
In the varsity boys’ race, Chance Hyatt of Culbert-son ran the three-mile course in a fast time of 16:48 besting a field of 53 runners. Jimmy Martin of Dodson was second in 17:00.
Rounding out the top 20 were Fabian Munoz, Culbertson, 17:20; Trystan SunRhodes, Culbertson, 17:25; Nick Bear, Dodson, 17:28; Austin Green, Glasgow, 18:33; Markell Blount, Frazer, 18:35; Tristen Gone, Harlem, 18:45; Bridger Sanders, Glasgow, 18:56; Joseph Chase, Poplar, 18:56; Lane Nickels, Nashua, 18:59; Daniel Horsman, Frazer, 19:06; Drue Nelson, Culbertson, 19:14; Matthew Phillips, Glasgow, 19:19; Garrett Horsmon, Wolf Point, 19:22; Isiaah Lawrence, Harlem, 19:30; Logan Tangedal, Plentywood, 19:35; Marc Milliart, Nashua, 19:35; Parker Westgard, Plentywood, 19:38; and Jaret Warrent, Dodson, 19:38.
In the varsity girls’ race, 32 athletes competed in the three-mile race. Glasgow claimed the top four places to win the team competition led by Josie Braaten with a time of 20:28. Amanda Wolff, Rachael Zeigler and Emma Fewer rounded out the top four places for the Scotties with times of 21:20, 21:36, and 22:02.
Rounding out the top 20 finishers were: Anica Wagner, Circle, 22:36; Alicia Ledeau, Wolf Point, 22:10; Ellen Walstad, Glasgow, 22:50; Marley Manoukian, Malta, 22:54; Josie LaFond, Malta, 23:00; Marissa Irrizary, Wolf Point, 23:13; Alex Simenson, Glasgow, 23:40; Alexis Boyd, Poplar, 23:48; Hailey Nicholson, Malta, 24:02; Raven Bear, Dodson, 24:14; Mariah Weeks, Wolf Point, 24:16; Laurel Wagaman, Glasgow, 24:22; Mary Fewer, Glasgow, 24:28; Kerry Hoffman, Glasgow, 24:34; Kate Reid, Culbertson, 24:45; and Jayne Haynie, Circle, 24:48.
In the junior high boys’ division, 15 runners completed the 1.5-mile course. Winning the event was Kasey Seyfert of Glasgow in 9:42 followed by Bryce Legare, Glasgow, 10:16. Others placing in the race were Angel Boyd, Poplar, 10:21; Wyatt Howard, Plentywood, 10:47; Aaron Ayers, Poplar, 10:49; Matt Reyling, Glasgow, 11:12; Wyatt Miller, Frazer, 11:18; Tony Kaiser, Glasgow, 11:36; Daunte Azure, Poplar, 12:04; Alex Rainingbird, Frazer, 13:17; Miles Buckles, Poplar, 13:35; Dylan Rabbe, Culbertson, 14:27; Riley Beston, Frazer, 14:57; Jayson Jackson, Frazer, 15:03; and Joseph Savior, Poplar, 15:09.
In the junior high girls’ division, Sierra Summers of Wolf Point won the 1.5 mile race in 9:47, besting 22 other runners. Rounding out the field were Brinlie Nielson, Glasgow, 10:56; Kylee Kisler, Plentywood, 10:59; Demi Aune, Glasgow, 11:01; Val Talks Different, Harlem, 11:08; Rachel Azure, Poplar, 11:26; Faith Sallee, Glasgow, 11:31; Ivey Lambert, Poplar, 12:05; Chlo'E Shields, Poplar, 12:14; Little Skye Fasthorse, Poplar, 12:19; Jordan Kulczuk, Glasgow, 12:34; Marika Youpee, Poplar, 12:39; Shaedel Adams, Frazer, 12:56; Desrea Dible, Glasgow, 13:17; Francesca Valendez, Poplar, 13:28; Aiesha Smith, Poplar, 13:34; Alexis White-
man, Poplar, 13:41; Kaylee King, Glasgow, 13:59; Kamryn Azure, Poplar, 14:12; Haylee Johnson, Harlem, 14:32; Jamie Meiers, Glasgow, 14:35; Gililan Medicine Cloud, Wolf Point, 14:42;and Emma Pederson, Culbertson, 14:55.
In the elementary girls’ race, Mya Fourstar of Frazer won the 1.5-mile race between 13 girls in 11:32 with Wolf Point's Journey Erickson in 11:33. Rounding out the other contestants were Laresa Dale, Wolf Point, 11:44; Paisley Ferdina, Wolf Point, 12:31; Cyreena Standing, Wolf Point, 12:33; Fallon SunRhodes, Culbertson, 13:09; Ashtyn Ator, Culbertson, 14:35; Christina Jaynes, Dodson, 17:13; Aiyah Beston, Frazer, 17:50; Kelsie Lambert, Culbertson, 18:07; Alex Sutton, Wolf Point, 18:22; Pamela Brown, Frazer, 19:24; and Kameron Brown, Frazer, 20:25.
In the elementary boys’ race, Trey Fourstar of Wolf Point won the 1.5 mile course in 10:03. Gabe Granada of Culbertson was second in 10:24. Others finishers were Tyrese Messerly, Dodson, 10:28; Zander Ackerman, Frazer, 11:33; Kikey Kaynes, Dodson, 11:42; Corbain Lonebear, Dodson, 11:53; Caleb Blount, Wolf Point, 12:58; Anthony Wagner, Dodson, 13:08; Colin Jamba, Glasgow, 13:11; Eli Lambert, Culbertson, 14:08; Payton Hauge, Culbertson, 14:14; Terrance Ten Bear, Poplar, 14:33; Jacob Chowder, Culbertson, 15:01; Jerek Summers, Wolf Point, 15:31; Darryl Joe, Poplar, 17:10; Kameron Beston, Frazer, 19:24; Coy Azure, Poplar, 20:43; and Thomas Jaynes, Dodson, 20:59.
The top 10 finishers in all divisions received medals.