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Young runners make the distance

October 17, 2012

Bailey Lake Physical Education teacher Kelley Woodworth and some of the Bailey Lake runners. Photo provided
A new record was set with 216 total runners with Bailey Lake Elementary runners making up just over half the Clarkston High School field in last Friday's 10th Annual Elementary Cross Country race.

It was the third consecutive year Bailey Lake Elementary has won the traveling trophy for having the greatest percentage of their school participating. They shattered their participation record from last year setting a new record with 20.5 percent of their school participating in this year's race.

The top racers for the boys in each grade were: John Kaul, Kindergarten; Bryce Nowik, first grade; Theo Walker, second grade; Jacob Murray, third grade; Bo Anderson, fourth grade; and Cole Donchez, fifth grade.

Murray set a new individual record. It is the fourth year Murray has set a record for his grade level.

The top racers for the girls were: Channing Stoudt, Kindergarten; Macie Moscovic, first grade; Keira McGivern, second grade; Emma Scheider, third grade; Samantha Wycoff, fourth grade; and Abby Tolmie, fifth grade.

For more information, please visit www.clarkston.k12.mi.us/crosscountry.