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Eagle cross country splits with Warriors

Thursday, September 11, 2008

The South Putnam cross country teams split with Danville Wednesday night at home, with the boys' taking their meet 27-30. The Eagle girls fell to the Warriors 18-42.

Tyler Heavin led the Eagles, finishing second in a time of 19:22.

Danville's Dan Haak won with a time of 18:56.

Andrew Northrup was next for the Eagles in fourth, followed by Paul Rubino in seventh. Dylan Hayes and Tanner Barr were just behind in seventh and eighth, respectively.

For the Lady Eagles, Maddie Marsteller was third with a time of 24:40.

Brittany Fitzpatrick was next in seventh, followed by Mikayla Cherry in ninth. Brittany Cox placed 14th, and Robbie Urton was 15th.

The Warriors' Brianna Deckard was first in 22:39.

The Eagles travel to the Clay City Invitational at 5 p.m. today.

At South Putnam

Girls' Results

Danville 18, South Putnam 42

South Putnam -- 3. Marsteller 24:40, 7. Fitzpatrick 26:58, 9. Cherry 27:20, 14. Cox 29:40, 15. Urton 30:16.

Boys' Results

South Putnam 27, Danville 30

South Putnam -- 2. Heavin 19:22, 4. Northrup 19:34, 6. Rubino 19:47, 7. Hayes 19:47, 8. Barr 19:51, 9. Parker 19:52, 12. Olczak 20:20, 13. Haslik 20:40, 14. Cavell 20:43, 15. Kelly 20:47, 17. Toland 21:18, 18. Arnold 21:25, 21. Rudolph 22:20, 23. Bonan 23:40, 27. Kelly 24:48, 28. Norman 24:55.

Next meet -- South Putnam visits the Clay City Invitational at 5 p.m. today.


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very disapointed in the way things was handled when the young lady from southputnam was injured in the race yesterday. no one knew if she just collapsed or fell down the hill.the athletic trainer should have treated it as if she had a neck or spine injury. you never move a person with a possible injury of that nature. you never get them on their feet and have them walk. athletic trainer i hope that you have way better judgement in the future when dealing with these injuries. tunnel vision needs trown out the window. im very glad this was not my child.

-- Posted by swimdad on Thu, Sep 11, 2008, at 9:48 AM


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