Patriots run at Dome Classic Invite

Britton Deerfield’s varsity cross country teams traveled to East Jackson for the Dome Classic Invitational on Tuesday, Aug. 28.“There wasn’t a team score but we ran extremely well given that this will probably be on the toughest courses that we run on all year,” said Patriot boys and girls coach Jay Yockey. “There were a lot of hills and we treated this as a workout because we knew times wouldn't be spectacular today. I’m impressed with how the team responded to the rolling hills.”In the girl’s freshman/sophomore race, BD’s Marisa Kimerer was the top finisher with a third place time of 24:05. Carrie Wielfaert was fifth for BD with a time of 24:13 while teammate Morgan Tilley was right behind, finishing sixth with a time of 25:01. BD’s Jessie Langmeyer was 11th (27:30) while Megan Wielfaert was 18th (29:22).In the junior/senior race, BD’s Larissa Buckingham placed third with a time of 22:23 while teammate Alysha Pirolli was 11th in 26:39. On the boys side, Dakota Heiden led the way in the freshman/sophomore race for the Patriots with a 14th place time of 22:28. BD’s Christian Folau was 27 with a time of 36:40.Colton LaGore was the only runner in the junior/senior race for the BD team and placed 18th with a time of 22:27.

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