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Wildcat runners off to a good start, win both races in Wolf Point


September 4, 2019

Harlem senior L'tia Lawrence, left, captured the girls championship at the Wolf Point Invitational. Lawrence finished with a time of 19:59. 6. Harlem sophomore Taya Trottier, right, finished third with a time of 21:46.4. Harlem senior Brad Cichosz, not pictured, won the boys race with a time of 17:44.4.

The Harlem Cross Country team turned in a stellar performance their first time on the course in the 2019 Cross Country season. The Wildcats were in Wolf Point running the Airport Golf Course with more than 90 athletes taking part.

The Wildcats took four boys and three girls to Wolf Point with the boys all finishing in the top 25 and the girls top 11.

The Wildcats swept the boys and girls races in getting the season off to a great start.

Senior Brad Cichosz dominated the boys field running away from his competitors to win easily with a time of 17:44.4. The runner up finisher, Zander Arckerman crossed the finish line in 18:30.0. Cochosz is an All-State runner who will certainly be among the favorites this fall

Senior L'Tia Lawrence was incredible Wednesday afternoon, completing her run a full minute and a half ahead of her nearest competitor in 19:59.6. Lawrence, an All-State runner in both Cross Country and Track and Field has her sights set on another run at the state meet.

For the girls, sophomore Taya Trottier and freshman Amilia Blackcrow turned in solid efforts as well.

Trottier finished third, finishing the 5 Kilometer race in 21:46.4 while Blackcrow was eleventh in her first high school competition, crossing the finish line in 25:31.6

On the boys side senior Truth Brockie finished fourteenth for the Wildcats with a time of 21:48.3. Sophomore Lance Blackcrow was 22nd for the Wildcats with a time of 23:08.1 while sophomore Titan Brockie finished 23 in 23:26.4.

The Wildcats will be back on the course this Friday at this Friday in Cut Bank looking to improve on a great start to the season.

Wolf Point Cross Country Invitational

Airport Golf Course, Wolf Point, MT – Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Girls Results: 1.) L’Tia Lawrence, Harlem 19:59.6; 2.) Annie Kaul, Plentywood 21:29.8; 3.) Taya Trottier, Harlem 21:46.4; 4.) Kaity Hove, Trenton 22:17.9; 5.) Leslie Young, Malta 23:49.9; 6.) Hamyanie Campbell, Wolf Point 23:55.2; 7.) Emma Pierce, Trenton 24:22.0; 8.) Jazmyn Carry Water, Poplar 24:46.2; 9.) Autumn Burgum, Culbertson 24:58.9; 10.) Kayli Olson, Culbertson 24:59.2; 11.) Aimilia Blackcrow, Harlem 25:31.6; 12.) Abbey Granbois, Culbertson 25:49.7; 13.) Lexi Nelson, Sidney 25:49.8; 14.) Taylor Leischner, Scobey 26:00.5 15.) Shelica Deserly, Wolf Point 26:22.0; 16.) Alex Crawford, Wolf Point 26:32.1; 17.) Cassi Olson, Circle 26:42.5; 18.) Kamea Four Star, Wolf Point 27:02.3; 19.) Jillian O’Brien, Malta 27:14.0; 20.) Teagan Escarcega, Poplar 27:38.1; 21.) Karys Lamb, Scobey 27:46.0; 22.) Tavie Nelson, Circle 27:49.2; 23.) Kylee Kleppen, Plentywood 27:57.7; 24.) Alexa Fishell, Scobey 28:01.5; 25.) Riley Holum, Scobey 28:02.8.

Boys Results: 1.) Brad Cichoz, Harlem 17:44.4; 2.) Zander Ackerman, Wolf Point 18:30.0; 3.) August Spotted Wolf, Wolf Point 19:58.9; 4.) Carson Ullmer, Culbertson 20:08.2; 5.) Ben Carlsen, Sidney 20:27.2; 6.) Kaholo Toves, Wolf Point 20:35.8; 7.) Kaiden Cline, Sidney 21:05.9;8.) Mason Green, Scobey 21:16.6; 9.) Devon Southland, Scobey 21:27.8; 10.) JP Braut, Scobey 21:27.9; 11.) Anders Lassey, Fairview 21:31.9; 12.) Seth Dodds, Sidney 21:33.9; 13.) Hudson Severson, Sidney 21:40.4; 14.) Truth Brockie, Harlem 21:48.3; 15.) Reagan Machart, Scobey 21:56.7; 16.) Ethan Blount, Wolf Point 22:11.7; 17.) Kenneth Olson, Fairview 22:19.5; 18.) Rory Cozzens, Fairview 22:22.7; 19.) Mark Watson, Sidney 22:24.3; 20.) Kelby Bauer, Wolf Point 22:43.3; 21.) Wyatt Snyder, Culbertson 22:43.6; 22.) Lance BlackCrow, Harlem 23:08.1; 23.) Titan Brockie, Harlem 23:26.4; 24.) Treyton Lilley, Wolf Point 23:39.5; 25.) Michael Goodman, Wolf Point 23:53.4.


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