By SAMANTHA MAXFIELD
RAWLINS –Lyman and Mountain View High Schools’ cross country teams showed improvement in the Rawlins Invitational last Friday, Sept. 6.
Mountain View’s Head Coach Jim Dolezal said “Our kids are on track, and they are getting in better shape. All of our times improved in our second meet in Rawlins.”
Mountain View’s Hugh Henry ran a 19.19 to place 13th for the boy’s varsity team. Holden Bindl placed 19th with a time of 20.10, Ty Anderson ran a time of 20.24 and placed 22nd. Cole Harris ran a time of 20.44 placing 26th, Chase Smith with a time of 20.55 placied 30th, Kyle Bonner with a time of 20.57 placed 31st and Braydon Saxton with a time of 23.03 placed 38th.
Mountain View’s varsity girls Hanna Behunin brought in first place with a time of 20.41. Kam Dellinger placed 16th with a time of 24.42 and Hannah Stoddard placed 18th with a time of 25.26. “Hanna Behunin had an outstanding meet,” said Dolezal.
For the Lyman Cross Country junior varsity boys team, Tanner Richards placed 18th with a time of 22.08, Taui Kellner placed 41st with a time of 25.10, Conner Crook placed 47th with a time of 26.32, Cody Ellison placed 49th with a time of 26.51 and Conner Legault placed 53rd with a time of 28:37.38.
Lyman’s junior varsity girls placed two runners in the top ten. Madeline Kunzler placed 3rd with a time of 24.27, and Ali Menck placed 7th with a time of 25.46. Ashley Quinney ran a time of 31.54 and placed 15th while Michele Reis ran a time of 40.31 placing 23rd.
Mountain View and Lyman dueled in a scenic run on Tuesday, Sept. 10, by Bridger Lake Utah.
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