FSCC Cross Country is on TOP

group picture of the men's cross country team

Four was the number for the men's and women's Fort Scott Community College cross country teams Saturday at the Bethel Invite in North Newton, Kan. Each team placed 4th, along with top finisher Gudisa Adnow.

 

On the men's side, St. Mary's (Kansas) finished first followed by Cowley, Newman, Fort Scott, Bethel, MCC Longview, McPherson and Bethany.

 

For the women Cowley placed first followed by Newman, York (Nebraska), Fort Scott, McPherson, Bethany and Ottawa in the five kilometer run.

 

Adnow was the top finisher for the men at fourth with a time of 25:16.8 in the eight kilometer race. Other finishers for Fort Scott were Morgan Hall (39th, 28:15.7), Brendan Mack (41st, 28:18.6), Henok Gebrekristos (48th, 28:34.6), Dylan Graham (60th, 29:31.3), Javin Burrell (74th, 31:12.2) and Connor Mason (76th, 31:22.3)

 

The top finishers for the women were Angelica Burnell (20th, 21:03.1) and Eva Miranda (21st, 21:07.2). Also finishing for the Greyhounds were Maranda Mitchell (24th, 21:35.6), Perla Estrada (50th, 24:25.1) and Aniyaha Tabb (51st, 24:42.4).

 

"Overall I am happy with how we performed today. We have a few things to clean up but both men and women put it on the line, competed and came away with some PRs," Head Cross Country Coach Mark Emerson said.  "We have 11 days until our conference/region meet. This time of the season is when teams start putting together great performances or end up breaking. We are trending upwards which is exactly what we needed moving into championship season"

 

The KJCCC/Region VI cross country meet is Wednesday, Oct. 28 in El Dorado, Kansas. 

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