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State Cross Country Meet

Makenna Morley of Bigfork, reasserted her dominance in the Class B girls’ race yesterday at the Bill Robers Golf Course in Helena, capturing her second State Championship in as many years.

The girls from Glasgow garnered the team title also for the second year in a row, followed by Colstrip and Loyola Sacred Heart. Local girls’ teams finished 10th for Cut Bank and 13 for Shelby.

Roundup took the Boys’ Team Title with Manhattan and Glasgow rounding out the top three, Kyle Olson of Rocky Boy captured the individual title. Local teams finished 4th for Cut Bank and 6th for Shelby

Local All State Class B girls included Kim Parcell of Shelby who finished 10th.  Boys All-State finishers were Luke Henke of Shelby in 8th and Jared Berkram of Cut Bank in 10th.

In Class A Competition, the Browning girls’ team finished 16th, Courtney Little Dog Juneau finished as an All-State competitor in 9th Place. The Browning Boys’ team finished 9th.

 

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