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Maddie Dunlap finishes first to lead B-H girls to second place CC finish

FPS staff report

Maddie Dunlap placed first to lead the Bell-Herron Middle school girls cross country team to a second place finish at the Cambridge Invitational last Saturday.

Dunlap finished with a time of 12:17.55, while Hailey Wells was 10th with a time of 13:40.03.

They were followed by Mikala Shafer in 17th place with a time of 13:55.90, Maddie Formet in 21st place with a time of 14:02.81, Jazzlyn Pidgeon 50th with a time of 15:33.63 and Morgan Timberlake 52nd with a time of 15:45.38.

In the boys race, the Warriors placed eighth overall.

Cole Lovett placed 12th to pace the Warriors with a time of 11:58. Clay Pidgeon was next in 26th place with a time of 12:45.6, Matt Keyser finished 48th with a time of 13:45.8, Noah Rutledge finished 74th with a time of 14:56 and Robert Husted was 100th with a time of 16:58.7.

The Warriors will run at the Minerva Middle School Invitational Thursday.


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