Two Blackhawk runners compete at State Cross Country

SYDNEY ZELLER and Spens Schlicht were the first runners from the new Blackhawks Cross Country team to earn a trip to the state meet.

SYDNEY ZELLER and Spens Schlicht were the first runners from the new Blackhawks Cross Country team to earn a trip to the state meet.

Two Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Blackhawk Cross Country runners made it to the state meet in Huron this past weekend.
Sydney Zeller and Spens Schlicht both placed high enough in their classes at the Region meet to move on to the state contest. Zeller placed fifth and Schlicht, 10th, in the Region race.
At the state meet, the Blackhawk runners nerves were showing, so they didn’t finish where they would have liked. Schlicht finished 76th and Zeller, 37th.
Other runners who took part in the Region cross country meet were: Brayden Eagle, 11th, (junior varsity); Austin Schmit, 23rd; Braxton Gentles, 38th; Tater Moody, 46th; Trinity Boschee, 26th; Megan Poyer, 28th.
The boys team placed sixth out of 15 teams, and the girls fifth out of 12. This is the first year Sanborn Central/Woonsocket has fielded a full cross country team.

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