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District Cross Country Results 

Girl's Results

Boy's Results

Congratulations to the Bloomfield/Wausa cross country squad for their fine performances at yesterday's D-4 meet. The girls team finished 2nd and qualified for next week's state meet in Kearney. Medalist for the girls were Christina Martinson 2nd and Darla Nelson 7th. On the boy's side, Addison Smith medaled in 6th and Cory Martinson medaled in 13th. Next week the girls will run at 2:00 and the boys will run at 3:00 on Friday at the State Cross Country Meet in Kearney.

The team and Coach Wilken would like to express their gratitude for all that came out and helped run off a great meet and supported the athletes.

Congratulations to the Bloomfield/Wausa cross country team for some fine performances yesterday. The girls won both the Bloomfield Invitational and the Lewis and Clark Conference meet. They were led by Christina Martinson in 2nd place, Darla Nelson in 4th, Hannah Hubers in 6th, Madie Ziegler in 10th, Ella McFarland in 11th and Emily Woockman in 14th. On the boys side, Addison Smith medaled in 4th place, and Cory Martinson in 8th. In the junior high division, Tyler Hanson finished in 3rd place while Carry Martinson won the junior high girls race while Tiernee Freeman medaled in 4th place. The squad and coaches would like to thank everyone for coming out and helping to run off the meet and support them.

Results of the Niobrara-Verdigre Cross Country Meet

Congratulations to the cross country runners for their fine performances at yesterday's hot Niobrara/Verdigre Invitational. The girls team placed 1st with a perfect score of 10!!! Leading the way was Christina Martinson who won followed by Hannah Hubers in 3rd, Ann Woockman in 4th, Darla Nelson in 5th and Madie Ziegler in 7th place. In the boys race, Addison Smith medaled in 4th place followed by Cory Martinson in 9th. In the jr. high races, Tyler Hanson won the boys division followed by Jacob Smith in 6th place. In the girls race, Carry Martinson won followed closely by Tiernee Freeman in 2nd.