Brayden Schaefer

Brayden Schaefer of Sandhills-Thedford runs during the Broken Bow Invite on Sept. 12. He and the Knights also competed at the Arcadia-Loup City Invite earlier in the week as well.

                                   Arcadia Loup City CC Invite

Arcadia-Loup City Girls: 8. Jassi Heyen, 23:39; 19. Katie Heyen, 25:00; 35. Reagan Williams; 44. Randii Reikofski; 48. Alex Rodriguez, 33:40, Finished fifth as a team with 74 points. Ansley-Litchfield Girls: 20. Harley Myers, 25:14; 22. Taylor Stark, 25:48; 49. Jocelym Ambriz, 34:15. Sandhills-Thedford Girls: 9. Dayle Haake, 23:58; 26. Becca Smith, 26:36. S-E-M Girls: 17. Josie Smith 24:52. Twin Loup Girls: 30. Gracie Conrad, 26:55; 50. Abi Lewis, 41:24. Arcadia-Loup City Boys: 7. Ty Greenland, 19:33; 8. Jarrod Gappa, 19:47; 15. Ethan Reeves, 20:37; 17. Brayden Phillips, 20:57; 18. Bryce Placzek, 20:57; 47. Jestin Sears, 23:44; 50. Austin Kolar, 24:52; 52. Lance Sears, 25:40. Ansley-Litchfield Boys: 13. David Lewis, 20:27. Sandhills-Thedford Boys: 30. Brayden Schaefer, 22:09; 48. Jacob Reiser, 23:52. S-E-M Boys: 25. Gage Schledewitz, 21:31; 61. Navarre Plagmann, 30:15. Twin Loup Boys: 26. Daniel Folkers, 21:46; 40. Ethan Kipp, 23:16.

                                          Chase County Invite  

To begin the week, the Mullen cross country team though that they would be competing at the Mullen Invite. In the end, that ended up not happening after the golf course in Lexington requested that they do not run the meet due to significant rainfall in the area. Instead of not running a meet, the Broncos were able to find a spot at the Chase County Invite.

Trevor Kuncl continued his trend of placing first, which is now three weeks in a row that he has won. He ran a personal best of 17:13.6.

Callie Coble was also able to finish first for Mullen in the girl’s race for the second week in a row. She ran 19:49.4 cutting her previous record by 24 seconds.

“I don’t know what else I can say about Trevor and Callie, but the times say it all!,” Coach Janie Kuncl said. “They are both working hard and improving every week.”

For the girls, Josey French ran a new personal record of 21:59.86 and finished 11th.

In thirteenth place in the boy’s race, was Hayden Jennings who crossed the line in an 18:33.5, and Alex Moore in 36th with a time of 20:10.3. No surprise here, but those were both personal records as well.

“All the of the personal records that have been set are super exciting, but it doesn’t surprise me as they all push themselves and work extremely hard during practices,” Kuncl said. “I look forward to continuing this trend and pushing them to improve every week.”

                               Neligh-Oakdale Invitational

Twin Loup Boys: 31. Daniel Folkers 20:41 (PR), 50. Ethan Kipp 25:34

Twin Loup Girls: 20. Gracie Conrad 25:44 (PR) medalist, 34. Abi Lewis 37:17 (PR)


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