Redhawk girls win Webster Invitational


WEBSTER – The Estelline/Hendricks girls’ cross country team won the Webster Area Invitational Monday. Clark/Willow Lake won on the boys’ side.

Girls

The Redhawks won the team event with 28 points. Aberdeen Christian came in second (36) and Webster Area came in third (45). Deubrook Area came in fourth (51) and Clark/Willow Lake came in fifth (56).

Madison Zirbel of Dakota Hills won the individual race with a time of 19 minutes and 54.18 seconds. Jaycee Hourigan came in second (21:12.78) and Ellie Olsen of Deubrook came in third (21.26.10). Webster’s Rana Hegg came in fourth (21.50.99) and Jesad Siverson of Estelline/Hendricks came in fifth (22:00.72).

Sadie Johnson finished in eighth for the Redhawks with a time of 22:35.77. Kaylee Johnson of Estelline Hendricks came in 13th (23:16.73) and Claire Dagel rounded things out for the Redhawks finishing in 26th (24:48.11).

Deuel’s Mackenzie Hunt came in 22nd (24:35.98) and Carley Landmark of Deubrook finished right behind her in 23rd (24:37.22). Joyce Andringa of Deuel came in 37th (26:41.18) and Deubrook’s Joeve Krier came in 38th (27:36.19).

Boys

The Tornadoes won team race with 29 points. Northwestern came in second with 35 and Estelline/Hendricks finished in third with 40. Webster Area came in fourth (56) and Tri-State finished in fifth (66). Iroquis/Doland rounded out the team field with 105.

Cody Larson of Warner won the race with a time of 16:40.28. Estelline/Hendricks’ Riley Benning came in second (18:08.68) and Drew Reetz of Webster finished in third (18:44.46). Isaac Smith of Groton Area came in fourth (18:46.97) and Daniel Aryroa came in fifth (18:48.11).

Mattix Hausman of Estelline/Hendricks finished in 17th (20:29.04) and Camden Hobbs came in 19th (20:49.06) for the Redhawks. Dawson Bury came in 36th (22:24.99) and Landen Johnson finished in 38th (22:38.51).

Tague Tevan was the top finisher for Deuel. He finished in eighth with a time of 19:07.53. Ricky Berndt came in 14th (20:12.16) and Braydon Simon finished in 39th (22:40.76).

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