By Destiny James Posted November 8, 2011
Lowry high school took two cross country girls to state; senior Kinzie McClintick and sophomore Jorden Raynor.
McClintick placed in the top ten, finishing eighth overall, at zone with a time of 21:24. Raynor trailed right behind her and got eleventh overall with a time of 21:38. Unfortunately, the other girls didn’t quite meet their expectations to make it past zone and go to state. They were Yoana Chavez who placed thirty-eighth with a time of 26:28 and Lexie Coleman who placed thirty-ninth with a time of 26:28.
“This was definitely an amazing season, considering two only went to state, I felt that I had a great race,” said Raynor.
The Lowry girls placed fourth with an average time of 24:07, first was Elko with a time of 20:54, second was South Tahoe with a time of 21:34, and third was Spring Creek with a time of 23:28.
No one made it past zone for the boys, but they all had excellent times. Chase Estes placed eighteenth with a time of 18:38. Ryan Kracaw placed twenty-second with a time of 19:02. Luis Brown and Brady Riley both finished with a time of 19:43, placing thirty-fourth and thirty-fifth. Morgan Dougherty placed thirty-seventh with a time of 19:55. Joey Flanders had a time of 20:04 placing thirty-ninth. Harley Baker placed forty-fourth with a time of 20:33.
The boys placed sixth overall with an average time of 19:24. First was South Tahoe, second was Elko, third was Truckee, fourth was Fernley, and fifth was Dayton.