Sunday, November 11, 2012

Minnesota High School Girls Teams Take One, Two; Boys Run Well at NXN Regionals

Minnesotans dominated the NXN Heartland Regional Championships in Sioux Falls, SD on Sunday. The Wayzata girl's team won the team title and Eagan finished second. MSHSL four-time champion Maria Hauger won the individual title in 17:33.55 for 5K with Class A MSHSL champ Clare Flanagan finishing second in 17:50.53, as seven of the top ten finishers were from Minnesota.

Edina finished third in the boy's team competition, edging Minnesota State Champs Stillwater by four points.  Richfield's Obsa Ali was the top Minnesota finisher, placing third in the 5K race in 15:31.28, 15 seconds behind winner Roy Griak Invitational champ Jake Leingang from Bismark, North Dakota. Five of the top ten boy's race finishers were Minnesotans and Hudson, Wisconsin's Ryan Kromer was fifth.

Full results for all the races are HERE.

1 comment:

Chad said...

I can't figure out who all advanced to the finals. How many teams and individuals qualified.