Area Athletes Give Strong Showing at NSAA State Cross Country Championships

Area Athletes Give Strong Showing at NSAA State Cross Country Championships
Broken Bow boys cross country team at state meet Photo by Dean Ringlein

The NSAA state cross country championships were held Friday at the Kearney Country Club.  In Class D, Trevor Kuncl of Mullen was the silver medalist in the boys division.  Kuncl finished second to Ty Schlueter of Ainsworth.  Schlueter’s winning time was 16:40.2 and Kuncl’s time was 16:55.8.  Mullen placed two runners in the top 15 of the Class D girls standings.  Freshman Peyton Paxton placed third overall and senior Callie Coble earned a state medal by finishing 15th.  The Class D girls individual champion was Jordyn Arens of Crofton in a winning time of 19:11.5.  South Loup qualified as a team in Class D and finished 15th overall.  The Lady Bobcats were led by Ella Cool who placed 45th overall.  Jymmie Jensen of Burwell placed in the top 40 of the state meet finishing 35th.  Colin Rooney of Sandhills Valley (Stapleton/McPherson County) medaled in the Class D boys race placing 15th.  Ty Greenland of Arcadia/Loup City finished in the top 50 placing 40th overall.

Broken Bow qualified as a team in both the girls and boys divisions in Class C.  The Broken Bow girls finished 8th overall at the state meet.  The Class C girls team champion was Sidney.  Broken Bow was led Makinley Tobey who finished 28th overall in a time of 21:44.7.  Broken Bow’s Gracie Hackel finished in the top 50 placing 39th overall. The Class C girls individual champion was Keelianne Green of Arlington in a winning time of 18:50.1.  On the boys side, Broken Bow finished 6th as a team in Class C.  The team champion was Fort Calhoun.  Broken Bow placed three runners in the top 50.  Noah Osmond led the way for the Indians finishing 22nd overall and Daine Wardyn finished 24th.  Trey Hurlburt placed 50th.

For full results check out the links below

CLASS C BOYS RESULTS

CLASS C GIRLS RESULTS

CLASS D BOYS RESULTS

CLASS D GIRLS RESULTS

 

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