1. What a start to the cross
country season! The girls were third out of eight teams behind two
Div-1 programs and the boys ended up fourth (also behind two D-1
of our runners ran Personal Record times (PR's) or very close to PR's.
To do that on the very first race is really impressive.
There were approximately 140 runners in each race.
The Top Five Boys finishers
Shane Thatcher ( PR of 16:31) 7th place overall
Nathan Pack 18th
Ronnie Brandal (PR of 18:25), 36th
Casey Vancauwenbergh 38th
Jon Zechman, 51st
Elijah Hart ran a PR of 22 min flat.
The Top Five Girl finishers:
Grace Moser (20:18), 8th place
Sarah Neibler 9th place
Cassie Currence 10th place
Sarah Blevins (PR of 21:48) 22nd place
Lisa Gies 31st place
Maria DiVita (PR of 23:33)
grade runner Grace Moser ran fast enough to earn a spot on the freshman
record board. She currently has the third fastest time recorded by a
freshman girl since record keeping began. With the junior high girls
winning their meet and the junior high boys finishing second, the future
of Huron CC looks bright!
2. The Huron Tiger tennis team defeated Amherst Steele 3-2 last night.
Delaney Black captured a win at 1st singles while Elizabeth Mills won
at 2nd singles. Clinching the win was the 2nd doubles team of Abbey
Black and Gretchen Blackwell. Huron hosts Port Clinton on Thursday at Fabens Park at 4:00.
Congratulations to the boys golf team who took sole possession of first
place in the SBC last night with a win over Port Clinton 176-185.
Leading the way for the Tigers was Max Martin with a 2 over 37, Thomas
Hufnagle shot a 43, followed by twin 48's from Riki Tanaka and Tim
Delahunt. Congratulations men!
5. The Huron Public Library Teen Library Council will meet tonight at 7 pm. New members are always welcome.
4. There will be an Open Field for baseball today at 6PM at Woodlands for anyone interested in working on their baseball skills. See Coach Hohler if you have any questions.