Cowboys eighth, Cowgirls 11th at Webster City cross country

Jade LaRue (left) and Brenna Harklau stayed with each other over the Links course at Webster City. LaRue finished 37th and Harklau 27th for the JV as that team took fourth overall.  Photo by Les Houser.

The Clarion-Goldfield-Dows cross country team competed last Tuesday in Webster City. The highly-rated Humboldt team took the girls title with 20 points as five of their runners finished in the top seven. They were followed by: St. Edmond 74, Roland-Story 106, Algona 108, Eagle Grove 111, Fort Dodge Public 162, South Hamilton 213, Webster City 222, Boone 245, Southeast Valley 247, Cowgirls 264 and Belmond-Klemme 268.

Angela Castro finished 41st in 24:51.00 to pace the varsity. She was followed by: Katherine Lopez in 42nd at 25:17.00; Courtney Harle in 66th at 26:43.00; Maya Jackson in 67th at 26:47.00; Kylie Klaver in 70th at 27:28.00; Kayleen Johnson in 78th at 28:47.00 and Jackie Lopez in 82nd at 29:57.00.

On the boys varsity side, it was Humboldt in first as a team with 56 points in just getting past South Hamilton with 57 points. They were followed by: Roland-Story 83, Webster City 92, Algona 129, Eagle Grove 184, Fort Dodge Public 215, Cowboys 217, Boone 262, Southeast Valley 262, St. Edmond 269, Manson NW Webster 296, Hampton-Dumont 333 and Belmond-Klemme 436.


For the full story, see the September 7 edition of the Monitor.