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Perham boys win Milaca Mega meet

Published 9:45am Monday, September 24, 2012 Updated 9:46am Monday, September 24, 2012

MILACA — With over 4,000 runners in the meet, the Perham Yellowjacket boys team was able to capture first place.

Perham runner Keeghan Hurley broke the school record in the 5K with a time of 15:41 for a second place finish. Teammate Brady Speicher came in fourth with a time of 16:09.9.

Otters were led by Connor Danielson, who took home a medal in 17th place with a time of 5:27 in the 5000m run.

In girls action, the Yellowjacket girls took fifth place.

Brynnan Covington led Perham with a 13th place finish (15:39.30). Fergus was led by Annie Magnusson with a 15:56.60 time.

“This is by far the largest meet we attend during the season,” Otter coach Niki Welde. “It makes for an exciting and fun day.”

 

 

Boys ind. scores: (FF) 17. Connor Danielson 16:56.70; 43. Clay Danielson 17:35.10; 47. Jacob Jennen 17:39.20; 131. Cal Mouritsen 20:29.60; 145. Donovan Wood 20:46.10; 163. Austin Gendron 20:57.70; 173. Hayden Devorak 21:09.90; 171. Nick Johnson 21:14.30; (PER) 2. Keeghan Hurley 15:41.9; 4. Brady Speicher 16:09.9; 5. Billy Beseman 16:11.9; 7. Jayden Cullen 16:27.1;12. Nick Carignan 16:34.8; 19. Dalton Dahms 17:04.8; 22. Ben Sullivan 17:12.8.

 

Girls ind. scores: (FF) Annie Magnusson 15:56.60; Paige Larson 16:42.40; Cierra Larson 17:36.80; CallieAnn Hoffbeck 17:38.70; Emily Ratz 17:38.70; Josie Schmidt 17:51.10; Kayla Jarandson 18:03.70 (PER)13. Brynnan Covington 15:39.3; 22. Sydney Karels 16:00.4; 30. Ciarrin Covington 16:18.6; 37. Lizzie Fudge 16:27.0; 44. Racole Karels 16:39.0; 50 Mary Riestenberg 16:45.4; 61. Emma Sweere 17:05.7.

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