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  • Girls Finish 6th, Boys 7th at Central City Invitational


    The Chanticleer Cross Country teams posted another solid outing this past week at the Central City Invitational.  In the meet with several Class B powerhouse teams the Chanticleer girls were able to claim sixth place in the field of 13 teams.  The girls scored 100 points to earn their 6th place finish.  “I thought our girls performed very well on a hot day and without Morgan in the lineup”, Coach Derry Trampe stated.  “We ran competitive races and did as well as I thought we could.”  Defending state champion Aurora won the race with 14 points while Lexington was a distant second with 35 points.  Rounding out the team scoring were: GI Northwest (79), Nebraska Christian (84), Schuyler (85), GICC (110), and Madison, St. Paul, Central Valley, Central City, Twin River, and Fullerton did not field enough runners to score as a team.


    The boys scored 124 points to finish in 7th place. “I thought our boys ran very well against a lot of quality teams”, Coach Trampe said.  “Considering what we did in practice this week, I was very happy with the way we performed.  I think the heat got to a couple of our guys in the last mile of the race but they battled through and were able to keep our score down.”  Lexington won the meet with 19 points while Aurora was a close second with 23 points.  Rounding out the team scores were:  Schuy.er (49), GI Northwest (79), Nebraska Christian (93), St. Paul (114), Madison (144), Central City (185), GICC (198), Central Valley (244), and Fullerton and Twin River did not field enough runners to score in the team standings.


    Kloe Severance earned another medal again this week as she finished 7th in a time of 22:27.  “Kloe is just a strong runner and a great competitor”, Trampe noted.  “She gets in the race early and just continues to work hard the entire race.  She has been a nice addition to the team this fall.”  Also scoring for the girls were Richele Masin, Jessica Buckles, and Rebecca Fischer.  Masin finished 41st in 27:31, Buckles was 47th in 28:52, and Fischer finished 63rd in 31:47.  “All of our girls got out well in the race but the final mile of the race really took a toll on them”, Trampe commented.  “We put ourselves in good position early but I think the combination of the heat and the workouts we did during the week took their toll on us.  At least we know we can run up near the top and when we work to peak for a race, it will pay off for our girls.”  Marta Jurado Moyano was the lone pusher for the team as she finished 64th in 32:02.  “Marta has done a nice job this season for us for a girl that has not run competitively before this year”, Trampe said.  “I am impressed with how hard she has worked these past few weeks.”


    Colton Rowse brought home a medal again this week by placing 9th out the field of 160 runners.  Rowse completed the 5,000-meter course in 18:16.  “Colton just continues to get better each week”, Trampe stated.  “He beat a lot of good kids at this meet and this is a high quality meet.”  Scoring again this week were Tim White (36th in 20:17), Reese Davenport (54th in 20:55), and Dominich Tolfa (61st in 21:19).  “Tim really finished strong in the race and passed a lot of kids in the last 400 meters”, the coach said.  “Reese continued to pick up runners early in the race and held on well through the last mile.  Dominic ran a real solid first two miles but the heat got to him during the last mile and I was just glad that he was able to finish the race.”  Pushers for the team were Trevor Vancura (67th in 21:39) and Bronson Blair (71st in 21:51).  “Trevor has really been a nice surprise this season”, Trampe said.  “He has been a consistent performer and has pushed our upper classmen.  Bronson had a very good race and really finished well in the heat.  He has the potential to be a pretty good runner for us before he is done.”  Also competing in the meet were Kyler Peetz (80th in 22:10), Christapher White (83rd in 22:23), James Masin (101 in 23:34), and Treaven Scheideler (106 in 24:00).  “I thought Kyler ran a much better race this week”, Trampe said.  “Chris had a solid first two miles but really struggled with the heat through the last mile.  James had a race similar to Chris in that his last mile was tough for him.  Treaven ran well but I believe he has a little more in him than he showed in this race.  He has been bothered with tightness in his hamstrings all week and that definitely impacted his performance.”


    Hayden Kluthe was the top finisher for the junior high boys as he placed 51st in the field of 112 boys.  Kluthe finished the 3,000-meter course in 13:23.  Gage Sintek finished in 63rd place in a time of 14:03 while Ashton Wada was 77th in 15:07.  For the girls Callee Alexander was the top finisher again as she placed 39 in the field of 89.  Her time over the 3,000-meter course was 15:12.  Lexis Vancura was the second chant to cross the line and she finished 53rd in 16:08  while Kelsi Moore was 67th in 18:05.   

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    Fall Sports Kick Off

    The Fall sports schedule has kicked off for the year 2017.


    The softball team is 6-10.  You can follow thier progress here  https://nsaahome.org/calculate/showclasssbC.html.

    The football team is 3-1 following a big victory over Gothenburg on Friday.  Follow them here  http://nsaahome.org/calculate/wildcard/schedbyschool.php?class=C1&sport=fb

    The volleyball team opened the season 13-3 and is ranked 9th in C-1 by the OWH.   Watch the scores here  https://nsaahome.org/calculate/showclassvbC1.html


    Good luck to all!

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