Varsity boys, jv girls medal in Augusta.

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Varsity boys, jv girls medal in Augusta.

Brett Schoenhofer, junior, medaled in 7th place in Augusta.

Brett Schoenhofer, junior, medaled in 7th place in Augusta.

Ella Boozer

Brett Schoenhofer, junior, medaled in 7th place in Augusta.

Ella Boozer

Ella Boozer

Brett Schoenhofer, junior, medaled in 7th place in Augusta.

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Cross country got a running start on the season this week.
The cross country meet was held in Augusta this weekend. Junior Brett Schoenoffer medaled in 7th and junior Conner Seibel in 14th for varsity boys. The JV girls had sophomore Faith Scaglione medal in 7th, freshman Camille Robertson in 12th, and freshman Bri Douthitt in 13th.
It was a hot day Monday morning, which didn’t make for good running conditions.
“I think individually it went well for a first meet, as a team we have some promising new people but we really need to work on pacing ourselves for the race, the first mile was too quick,” Schoenhofer said.
Even though they did not get the results they would’ve wanted, they felt optimistic about the rest of the season.
“I feel our cross country team as a whole is not doing too bad right now, we’ve had a bit of a rough start, but we have some promising incoming freshmen and returning most of our varsity runners from last year. As the first race wasn’t ideal for us , it gave us some motivation to just keep getting better and push ourselves to the limits. Goal wise as a team we’re trying to get a chance to go back to state for another consecutive year the 4a to 5a jump as been a lot for us to take in, but we all are up for the challenge. Individually wise my goals are to be a state qualifier and to medal at regionals,” junior Connor Seibel said.
Scaglione was proud of her individual performance and the teams effort.
“It went very well individually. I did a 24:18 5k so that was unexpected. Overall, I feel that everyone tried their hardest and we did very well as a team. I think we all want to improve on our score and try to get up there as a team and get an official team rankings and qualify for state,” she said.
Varsity girls and JV boys did not have anyone who medaled.

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