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Cross country team competes at Junction City

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Marisa Wasinger

Hays High School’s cross country teams competed on Sept. 30 at Junction City.

Senior Elijah McCullough placed first for the boys with a time of 16:40, with two other Hays High boys, senior Taevian Maupin and freshman Logan Leiker, also being medalists.

For the Hays High girls, seniors Brenlynn Albers, Lexi Burton, Katie Gutierrez, Arely Maldonado, Addison Otte and Julia Zadina; sophomores Karlee Crispin and Kynli Koenigsman; and freshman Jayleigh Weilert all were medalists.

Full results for the boys meet are listed below:

Elijah McCullough V 16:40 1st

Taevian Maupin V 17:37 10th

Logan Leiker V 18:27 19th

Tacoma Augustine V 19:24 28th

Malachi Chance JV 19:40 34th

Aiden Hardman JV 21:00 16th

Chris Hollis JV 22:35 22nd

Brayden Staley V 22:57 26th

Camdyn Copper JV 23:35 31st

Rylee Atkerson JV 23:42 32nd

Full results for the girls meet are listed below:

Arely Maldonado V 19:53:00 6th

Julia Zadina V 21:49:00 14th

Brenlynn Albers V 22:01:00 15th

Addison Otte V 23:26:00 20th

Ava Biggs V 23:37:00 21st

Aralen Maupin V 24:04:00 23rd

Kynli Koenigsman JV 24:13:00 6th

Karlee Crispin JV 24:26:00 7th

Lexi Burton JV 25:07:00 8th

Katie Gutierrez JV 25:14:00 10th

Jayleigh Weilert JV 25:33:00 13th

Cara Cunningham V 25:41:00 27th

Marisa Wasinger JV 26:50:00 16th

Ava Ruiz JV 27:10:00 19th

Anne Wintch JV 28:17:00 21st

Kylah Clingingsmith JV 30:06:00 23rd

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