With just two athletes, one from each division, the Delta Panthers didn't make much noise at this year's state cross country championships in Colorado Springs. For one of the competitors, the experience should serve her well in the years to come.
Senior Dustin Ownbey, a three-year visitor to state meets, placed 69th in the boys' division with a time of 18:08.3.
Broomfield won the team title with 89 points, with Eagle Valley's 398 placing them in 14th and Battle Mountain 15th with 408 points. Montrose was 20th with 492 points.
For the girls, sophomore Mykayla Music made her first trip to the state meet where she placed 86th with a time of 21:56.8. Hopefully, the experience in this year's state cross country meet will make Music's next two years highly productive.
The 4A WSL was well-represented this year with Battle Mountain's Valerie Constien placing fourth (19:33.8) and Greta VanCalcar fifth (19:34.9).
Battle Mountain finished third in the team race behind Thompson Valley and Niwot.blog comments powered by Disqus