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Cross country sport shorts: Roughrider Invitational

CROSS COUNTRY SPORT SHORTS, 2011
(For the previous game, check out the Cross country sport shorts: Woodward Park.)

ROUGHRIDER INVITATIONAL–Oct. 14
FC ran the Roughrider Invitational at Woodward Park, Oct. 14. The race was a medium sized race holding only about 40 schools. The JV and freshman/sophomore racers ran a 2.2 mile course on mostly gravel, while the varsity participants ran a 5 kilometer track with many hills.

The small school freshman/sophomore girls race held the Eagles Aliciana Quintana, ’14. Next was the small school freshman/sophomore boys race consisting of over 200 runners. Of these participants were four Eagles.

Leading the FC boys was sophomore Tyler Laird who feels that the course allowed him to push himself more.

“I think I did fine, I liked the 2-mile course because it allowed us to run faster, so it was easier to run my best ,” Laird says.

Following Laird was newcomer to cross country Nick Fontes, ’15. Seconds behind Fontes was sophomore Daniel Moore.

Times were unavailable due to the mistakes made by the managers of the Invitational.

The next race will be the Clovis Twilight Invitational at Clovis North, Oct. 21.

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    Tyler LairdJan 7, 2012 at 12:02 am

    It was really fun to see people I knew outside of school and decide which fish to get to replace the fish currently in the aquarium at school. I only wish more people had come.

    Sanger, CA

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