Prairie du Chien runners do well at conference meet

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Prairie’s Meg Katzung and Karly Jaynes run in the conference meet at Platteville Thursday. (Photos by A. J. Gates, Grant County Herald Independent)

Prairie's Lee Steiger is by himself at the conference meet Thursday.

Max Anthony runs on a flat part of the course.

 

The Prairie du Chien cross country team competed in the SWC Conference Meet at Platteville on Thursday.

Girls:

The girls were looking to make a little noise at the conference meet. They certainly came to compete as 10 girls hit new career PR’s and an 11th hit a season PR as they headed to a 3rd place finish.  

There’s a fire burning in my heart as Meg Katzung finished in 5th place, ran a new PR-19:55 and picked up First Team All-Conference. As the fire burns it’s bringing me out of the dark as Karly Jaynes finished in 8th place, ran a season PR-20:29 and picked up Second Team All-Conference. Finally, I can see crystal clear as Ava Hager nailed down 14th place, a new PR-21:45 and Second Team All-Conference. Don’t underestimate the things I can and will do as Teagan Radloff ran a new PR-20:20 and 18th place. See how I will leave you stranded at the start line as Sadie Torgerson continues her destruction and flew to another PR-22:25 and a 20th place finish. Go ahead and challenge me, I’ll give you a show as Ella Hager picked up 21st place and a new PR-22:27. Turn my run into treasured gold, reap what you sow as Jadyn Jenks lambasted the course and finished 25th with a new PR-22:52.

JV Girls:

The attacks on personal records continued as the JV girls brought home 2nd place. 

My hands by my side, my knees weak, but my heart was strong as I set fire to the course as Shayla Straka picked up 3rd place and a new PR-23:13. The scars of my spikes on the course, they leave me breathless, I can’t help feeling I’m gonna break a new PR and Payton Key did so with a 23:16 and 4th place. As the ground crumbles beneath my spikes, Eowyn Earle picked up 12th place with a 24:12. I have no story to be told but I have heard one as I’m going to make your head turn and Alyssa Straka picked up 16th with a 26:15. Count your blessings to find what you’re looking for. I’m looking for a new PR as I open the next door. Kylee Rogers hit a new PR-27:04 and 17th place. You had me at the start, you had me in your hand, you played the beat and I ran it all as Carolina Herrera finished 19th and with a new PR-29:55 on the day.

Boys:

The boys also decided to make a little noise today as 4 of them had career PR days. Lighten up while you still can, don’t even try to understand why I run as Spencer DeHart continued his leadership with 19:36 and 30th place. Take it easy and don’t let the sounds of your own shoes drive you crazy as Max Anthony ran for another PR-19:55.2 and 32nd place on the day. I may lose, I may win, I will never be down again as Lee Steiger hammered out another PR-19:55.3 and 33rd place. Hurry, it’s waiting at the finish line as Bryce Priebe ran for 36th place with a 20:48. As sure as Kilimanjaro rises like Olympus above the Serengeti, Ryan Wall snagged 37th place with a 20:52. Well, I’m standing on the start line and it’s a fine sight to see as Corbin Reade picked up 38th place with a new PR-20:59 on the day. I will be with my teammates at the beginning and the end, but solitary company is how I run as Ryan Waller snagged a new PR-22:54 and 46th on the day. It’s gonna take a lot to drag me away as I near the finish and Isaac Mara finished with a 24:15 on the day.

 
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