Mission valley cross country teams shine at Canal Bank Run

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  • THE POLSON Pirates cross country team pack-running in the Canel Bank run Friday afternoon. (From left): Nina Barfoot, Johnny Moore, Naima Crowl, Malia Seeley, and Molly Sitter. The meet was hosted by Ronan. (Jason Blasco/Lake County Leader)

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    POLSON PIRATE runner Bea Frissell captured the girls division of the Canel Run Friday afternoon that was hosted by Ronan High School. (Jason Blasco/Lake County Leader)

  • THE POLSON Pirates cross country team pack-running in the Canel Bank run Friday afternoon. (From left): Nina Barfoot, Johnny Moore, Naima Crowl, Malia Seeley, and Molly Sitter. The meet was hosted by Ronan. (Jason Blasco/Lake County Leader)

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    POLSON PIRATE runner Bea Frissell captured the girls division of the Canel Run Friday afternoon that was hosted by Ronan High School. (Jason Blasco/Lake County Leader)

The Polson Pirates boys cross country team placed second in the Ronan cross country meet Friday afternoon.

The Pirates placed two of its runners in the top-10 including Quin Stewart and Landon Shipley. Stewart placed 7th recording a time of 18 minutes, 30 seconds and Shipley finished eighth with a time of 18 minutes, 35 seconds en route to finishing second place with a score of 57 points. The Frenchtown boys team won the event with a score of 37 points.

Not to be outdone the Ronan Chiefs finished third with a cumulative score of 62 points. Three Chiefs finished in the top-10 that allowed Ronan to have a successful cross country meet. James Normandeau finished fourth recording a time of 18 minutes, 11 seconds. Nate Dennis finished fifth with a time of 18 minutes, 19 seconds and Kiry Detwiler finished tenth with a time of 19 minutes, 15 seconds.

Mission High School runner Isaiah Nasewytewa PRed and finished the race with a time of 20 minutes, 19 seconds. Bulldogs’ runner Connor Burke finished with a time of 26 minutes, 54 seconds.

Bulldogs’ coach Chris Eichert said she was “pleased” with her team’s efforts.

“100 percent effort was given from the athletes,” Eichert said. “I am extremely proud of all of them.”

Frissell captures first at Canal Bank

Polson runner Bea Frissell captured first in the girls bracket with a time of 19 minutes, 29 seconds.

Other Polson girls runners that finished in the top-10 included Naima Crowl, who finished third with a time of 20 minutes, 42 seconds. Molly Sitter finished fourth with a time of 21 minutes, 11 seconds, Malia Seeley finished sixth with a time of of 21 minutes, 45 seconds and Gwen Seeley finished ninth with a time of 22 minutes, 58 seconds.

Polson’s Sadia Wahl finished 12th with a time of 23 minutes, 57 seconds. Nina Blackfoot also finished in the top-1o with a time of 24 minutes, 48 seconds.

Maidens’ runners Lindsey Brooks finished just outside of the top-10. Brooks finished 11th in the race recording a time of 23 minutes, 39 seconds.

Ronan runner Penni Weyant finished the race in 16th place recording a time of 24 minutes, 54 seconds.

For the Lady Bulldogs Karolyna Buck PRed and finished 17th recording a time of 25 minutes, 6 seconds. Yvonne Baty also PRed with a time of 25 minutes, 51 seconds and Amy Dillard finished with a time of 32 minutes, 25 seconds.

Canal Bank XC Run

Ronan, MT

Friday, September 1, 2017

BOYS

Team scores: Frenchtown 37, Polson 57, Ronan 62, Hamilton 66, Deer Lodge 179, St. Ignatius no score.

Top finishers

Brock Rugg Frenchtown 16:59; Matt Wilson Hamilton 17:21; Tyler Schmantz Frenchtown 17:35; 4, James Normandeau Ronan 18:11; 5, Nate Dennis Ronan 18:19; Luke Lutz Frenchtown 18:26; 7, Quin Stewart Polson 18:30; 8, Landon Shipley Polson 18:35; Jesse Shaske Frenchtown 18:58; 10, Kiry Detwiler Ronan 19:15; 11, Jonah Ducharme Polson 19:34; Taylor Jones Hamilton 19:37; Bridger Williams Hamilton 19:41; 14, Zach Evertz Polson 19:48; John Poulsen Hamilton 19:57; 16, Brant Heiner Ronan 20:00; 17,Kendrick Baker Polson 20:14; Quinton McElvain Frenchtown 20:17; 19, Isaiah Nasewytewa Mission 20:17.5; 20, Mason Sloan Polson 20:22; 25, David Castillo, Polson, 20:42; 26, Andrew Reed, Polson, 20:47; 27, Caden Rhine, Ronan, 20:48; 29, Christian Silgen, Ronan, 20:57; 31, Aubrey Frissell, Polson na; 32, Terrell Stump Ronan na; 34, Makauley Morrison, Polson na; 35, Jacob Dresden, Ronan na; 36, Michael Koehler Ronan na; 46, Xavier Pierre Polson na;

GIRLS

Team scores: Polson 23, Hamilton 60, Frenchtown 73; Ronan, St. Ignatius, Deer Lodge no score.

Top finishers

1, Bea Frissell Polson 19:29; Lyric Devries Hamilton 19:37; 3, Naima Crowl Polson 20:42; Molly Sitter Polson 21:11; Brynnli Pousen Hamilton 21:36; 6, Malia Seeley Polson 21:45; Elizabeth Mattson Frenchtown 21:59; Abigail Sherwood Frenchtown 22:46; 9, Gwen Seeley Polson 22:58; Sarah Passey Hamilton 23:04; Lindsey Brooks Ronan 23:39; 12, Sadia Wahl Polson 23:57; Margaret Thompson Deer Lodge 24:23; Megan Lund Frenchtown 24:26; 15, Nina Barfoot Polson 24:48; 16, Penni Weyant Ronan 24:54; 17, Karolyna Buck Mission 25:06; Jaidin White Frenchtown 25:25; 19, Kinsley Barney Ronan 25:40; 20, Yvonne Baty Misson 25:51; 25, Marygold Houk Polson 27:30; 30, Elisabeth Bjorge Polson 32:07; 31, Amy Dillard Mission 32:25;

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