BFHS cross country off to strong start

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  • (Courtesy Photo) Abby Gorton competing at Farragut State Park.

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    Courtesy photos Levi Bonnell and Brady Hinthorn competing at the Post Falls meet. At right, Abby Gorton competes at Farragut State Park.

  • (Courtesy Photo) Abby Gorton competing at Farragut State Park.

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    Courtesy photos Levi Bonnell and Brady Hinthorn competing at the Post Falls meet. At right, Abby Gorton competes at Farragut State Park.

Badger cross country has been off and running for the last couple of weeks and the season is shaping up well for a team that is full of upperclassmen as well as many new faces.

In the first race of the season the Badgers traveled to Post Falls for a 2.78 mile race through Kiwanis Park. The course was very technical, full of turns, a single intersection used at least five different times in the race, and hills. Despite the opportunities to get lost, the Badgers stayed on track and posted some solid times.

The second race of the season took the Badgers to Farragut State Park for one of the largest races in North Idaho. Boise based teams Borah and Capital High made the trip north among other 4A and 5A schools. The course was a full 5K, the standard racing distance for Idaho high school races. The course also had a variety of hills and turns also making it quite technical. It was also the Badgers’ first glimpse at what will be the Idaho 3A District 1 Championship course.

Among the highlights for Bonners Ferry were the performances of Connor Alexander and Hunter Smith. Both were the first two Badgers across the line in each race. At Farragut they were only 10 seconds apart, running 18:38 and 18:48 respectively.

Another bright spot for the Badgers was newcomer Ceci Roemer, a freshman who has become an immediate varsity runner. Roemer finished in 24:28 at Farragut, the third Badger to score. Other notable freshmen included the additions of Taylor DeFalco and Matthew Donn to the varsity lineups at Farragut.

“We have a nice balance of young runners and more experienced runners. The addition of sixth grade cross country a few years ago has been a great asset to the high school program,” Assistant Coach Catherine DelSalle said.

The greatest highlight for the Badgers was senior Abigail Gorton. In both races Gorton ran well on tough courses. On the shorter Post Falls Course, Abby ran an 18:34, good for fourth place. The first three places all went to Post Falls runners. The next 3A runner didn’t arrive until Josie Yovichin from Coeur d’Alene Charter crossed at 11th place. In the 5K Farragut race packed with strong competition from across the state Gorton powered through for a 20:28 and seventh place overall. Yovickin was the next IML runner across at 22nd place. Gorton’s time at Farragut was also the fastest time in all of Idaho 3A by nearly a minute, according to stats posted on athletic.net.

“Abby is running at a high level early in the season,” head coach Tyler Warner said. “She’s put in a lot of work in the summer and has been tenacious in practice.”

Gorton is riding a wave of momentum from spring track where she set school records in the 1600m and the 3200m, claiming state championships in both.

The Badgers will next race at Hayden Canyon for the Coeur d’Alene Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 14. Races begin at around 9 a.m.

Full Results:

Farragut: https://bit.ly/2kdJhxq

Post Falls: https://bit.ly/2mbAblt

Timberlake Invitational

Saturday, Sept. 7

Farragut State Park

BOYS TEAM SCORES — 1, Meridian 74. 2, Sandpoint 82. 3, Borah 87. 4, Mt. Spokane 92. 5, Lewiston 150. 6, Post Falls 202. 7, McCall-Donnelly 215. 8, Capital 228. 9, Coeur d’Alene 244. 10, Timberlake 245. 11, Moscow 247. 12, Lake City 254. 13, Columbia 391. 14, Bonners Ferry 395. 15, Immaculate Conception 403. 16, Lakeland 460. 17, Potlatch 490.

TOP 10 — 1, Caden Byrer, Lewiston, 16:11.5. 2, Logan Hunt, Timberlake, 16:14.8. 3, Tanner Wilkinson, Meridian, 16:41.2. 4, Zach Garey, Borah, 16:47.3. 5, Jett Lucas, Sandpoint, 16:49.4 6, Ben Sonneland, Mt. Spokane, 16:54.4. 7, Braden Dance, Coeur d’Alene, 16:55.1. 8, Nelson Snow, Meridian, 16:57.8. 9, Michael Nsengiymva, Borah, 16:58.6. 10, Maximillian Bazler, Lake City, 16:59.1.

OTHER LOCALS — 11, Gabe Christman, Sandpoint, 17:00.6. 14, Carter Gordon, Lake City, 17:22. 16, Seth Graham, Sandpoint, 17:26.5. 20, Alex Peters, Post Falls, 17:33.3. 21, Keegan Nelson, Sandpoint, 17:35.2. 25, Logan Davis, Cd’A Charter, 17:41.3. 29, Ethan Garner, Coeur d’Alene, 17:51. 30, Trey Clark, Sandpoint, 17:52. 34, Josiah Heath, Post Falls, 17:57.1. 39, Ammon Bracken, Post Falls, 18:07.3. 41, Tyler McNamee, Sandpoint, 18:14.2. 49, Connor Alexander, Bonners Ferry, 18:38. 50, Dirk Nelson, Timberlake, 18:38.7. 52, Kellen Souza, Immaculate Conception, 18:40.6. 54, Ben Ricks, Sandpoint, 18:44.6. 55, Brycen Kempton, Post Falls, 18:45.2. 57, Joe Darakjy, Immaculate Conception, 18:46.2. 58, Garrett Miller, Kellogg, 18:46.9. 60, Hunter Smith, Bonners Ferry, 18:48.5. 61, Aydden Johnson, Lake City, 18:49.8. 62, Gavin Calkins, Post Falls, 18:50.3. 63, Dylan Royce, Timberlake, 18:51.2. 68, Evan Howell, Timberlake, 19:08.8. 69, Connor Lowder, Coeur d’Alene, 19:10.2. 73, Spencer Hegstad, Timberlake, 19:17. 74, William Callahan, Coeur d’Alene, 19:19.1. 75, Jake Beyersdorf, Coeur d’Alene, 19:19.5. 76, Eli Weiry, Coeur d’Alene, 19:21.6. 77, Bailey Brodwater, Lakeland, 19:26.5. 80, Jack Darakjy, Immaculate Conception, 19:40.9. 81, Carter Ringger, Coeur d’Alene, 19:42.3. 82, Sawyer Crenshaw, Post Falls, 19:43.7. 86, Chris Stewart, Post Falls, 20:03.3. 88, Travis Clark, Lake City, 20:13.6. 92, Kadin Garrett, Lake City, 20:20.5. 93, Colten Bernal, Timberlake, 20:26.4. 95, Taylor DeFalco, Bonners Ferry, 20:40.1. 103, Levi Bonnell, Bonners Ferry, 21:03.8. 104, Jacob Brewster, Kootenai, 21:12.6. 106, Eddie Naumann, Lakeland, 21:17. 107, Marco Ercole, Cd’A Charter, 21:17.4. 109, Matthew Mahnke, Cd’A Charter, 21:25.4. 110, Brady Hinthorn, Bonners Ferry, 21:26.4. 111, Luke Ryan, Lakeland, 21:51.2. 112, Max Kennedy, Lake City, 21:59.3. 117, Nathan Thornton, Lake City, 22:31.2. 118, Vanner Hegbloom, Lakeland, 22:45.8. 120, Nick Reugemer, Immaculate Conception, 24:13.3. 122, Michael Banning, Lakeland, 24:19.4. 123, Michael Donn, Bonners Ferry, 24:21.7. 124, Carson Brandt, Lakeland, 24:42.6. 126, Ben Latham, Immaculate Conception, 24:53.5.

GIRLS TEAM SCORES — 1, Post Falls 54. 2, Capital 85. 3, Meridian 110. 4, Coeur d’Alene 131. 5, Sandpoint 156. 6, Lake City 172. 7, Moscow 205. 8, Timberlake 211. 9, Borah 222. 10, McCall-Donnelly 228. 11, Columbia 269. 12, Bonners Ferry 297. 13, Lewiston 333.

TOP 10 — 1, Samantha Wood, Post Falls, 19:01.4. 2, Sophie McManus McCall-Donnelly, 19:03.5. 3, Robyn Reeder, Capital, 19:07.2. 4, Sydney Shanahan, Post Falls, 19:38.6. 5, Lauren Forster, Coeur d’Alene, 20:03.1. 6, Angelyca Chapman, Lake City, 20:27.8. 7, Abigail Gorton, Bonners Ferry, 20:28.2. 8, Bailey Shanahan, Post Falls, 20:35.3. 9, Laurel Hicke, Moscow, 20:38.3. 10, Clara Stephens, Lake City, 20:44.1.

OTHER LOCALS — 15, Paige Davidson, Sandpoint, 21:06.5. 17, Abby Buzolich, Coeur d’Alene, 21:12.4. 18, Anayah Brown, Post Falls, 21:17. 19, Gracie Averill, Coeur d’Alene, 21:19.7. 20, Taylah Chapman, Lake City, 21;22.1. 22, Josie Yovichin, Cd’A Charter, 21:25.6. 24, Leah Holding, Post Falls, 21:29.1. 25, Ana Peters, Post Falls, 21:31. 28, Alahna Lien, Post Falls, 21:48.9. 34, Megan Oulman, Sandpoint, 22:06.6. 35, Ara Clark, Sandpoint, 22:16.6. 37, Camille Neuder, Sandpoint, 22:35.9. 38, Haileyann Johnson, Timberlake, 22:37. 39, Georgia May, Coeur d’Alene, 22:37.4. 40, Annika Rantala, Priest River, 22:40.7. 42, Sydnee Hostetler, Lakeland, 22:45. 44, Saige Gervais, Timberlake, 22:48.7. 45, Mackenzie Suhy-Gregoire, Sandpoint, 22:49.9. 47, Emma Howard, Timberlake, 22:51.8. 48, Maddie Morgan, Sandpoint, 22:52.5. 49, Ava Hatrock, Timberlake, 22:53.1. 51, Angie Barry, Timberlake, 22:58.4. 53, Markena Gorton, Lakeland, 23:00.5. 55, Quinn Hooper, Sandpoint, 23:10.1. 57, Sarah Zerfas, Timberlake, 23:14.7. 58, Lilian Smith, Coeur d’Alene, 23:16.8. 59, Sharnai Hogan, Priest River, 23:23. 63, Devon Toussaint, Lakeland, 23:27.7. 68, Camille Ussher, Bonners Ferry, 23:48.6. 73, Izzie Schmidt, Priest River, 24;13.9. 74, Veronica Magnus, Lake City, 24:15.7. 76, Clara Puller, Timberlake, 24:27.7. 81, Gracie Tucker, Lake City, 24:58.8. 83, Ellie Tenbrink, Lake City, 25:11.6. 88, Emily Gorino, Bonners Ferry, 25:42.7. 89, Erika Swoboda, Priest River, 25:43.7. 93, Kaitlynn Butler, 27:22.7. 94, Megan Callender, Lakeland, 27:52.3. 96, Amy Corrette, Coeur d’Alene, 28:19.2. 97, Sophie LyBarger, Coeur d’Alene, 28:21.3. 99, Lauren Onstott, Bonners Ferry, 28:49.3. 100, Serenity Fahey, Bonners Ferry, 30:35.3.

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