Cross Country ends season
The boys Cross Country team ended a successful season with a 6th place finish at State.
In Wamego Saturday, the boys ran hard to place as a team in the top half. Even though they only got 6th place, the team was only 7 points away from third.
Five of the varsity runners ran state last year, all of which improved by more than one minute. Sophomore Alex Warner was the top runner of the team and placed 29th individually. “I feel like I could have done better and it was not the way many of us wanted to end the season,” junior Bryce Tharman said.
The team already begins to look at next year in the hope of placing even higher at the state. They will only graduate one member from the boys and girls team, seniors Sean Dugger and Jessica Vanstory.
“We’re going to miss our two seniors,” coach Roger Alderman said, “But are excited about all of the talent we are returning.”
The boys team ends its season as league and regional runners-up with an overall record of 54-9.
“I appreciate all the work our whole team has put in throughout the year,” Alderman said. “We had a great effort to finish the year.”
Sean Dugger, @seandugger