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NCMS Hosted the Nemaha Central Invitation Meet

By: Summer Bentley & Mrs. Peterson

By Bentley, Summer

September 27, 2016

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     The Nemaha Central Middle School hosted the Nemaha Central invitational cross country meet on Thursday, September 22.  The hot and humid afternoon started out with a fun run for students in grades kindergarten through sixth grade.  The next race was the middle school teams, followed by the high school girls and then the high school boys.

    This year there were 29 participants in the fun run.  Medals were given for the top 5 boys and the top 5 girls in the race.  The top 5 finishers in the boy's division were 1st place: Isaac Lueger, NC; 2nd place: Trenton Schmelzle, SPPS; 3rd place: Kaden Peterson, NC; 4th place: Brady Koch, NC; 5th place Jaden Thomas, NC.  In the girl's division, the top 3 places went to runners from Doniphan West, while in 4th place was Jillian Stueve from NC and in 5th place was Presley Lutz from SPPS.  It was a great turnout for this year's fun run.

    In the middle school race, NCMS was represented by 3 boys.  In this meet, Miles Stueve was the first NC athlete to cross the finish line.  Miles ran the 2-mile course with a time of 13:33 and claimed 5th place overall.  Cole Engelken finished 10 seconds behind to earn 6th place with a time of 13:43.  The final NC runner, Anthony Gonzalez was not far behind claiming 8th place with a time of 13:50.

    "The meet was hot and it seemed like a more difficult run," said Cole Engelken.

    Congratulations to all the fun run students and the NCMS middle school boys!

    

 

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