Whitko Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Whitko High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 13th place

Saturday, September 26, 2015 10:00 AM Place 13 Points 325 Meet Recap Today the Whitko boys’ cross country team participated in the New Haven Invitational at IPFW. All-in-all the boys ran very well, with freshmen Zack Freel and Kort Gebert each setting personal best times!!! Josh Wright earned a plaque for his 24th place finish

Whitko High School Girls Varsity Cross Country ties Rochester High School 0-0

Wednesday, September 23, 2015 5:00 PM Whitko High School AWAY 0 Rochester High School HOME 0 Meet Recap The Whitko girls’ cross country team went head-to-head with Rochester on Wednesday night at the Rochester Community High School course. It was extremely hilly terrain, but the girls performed well. Rochester was officially the victor, as Whitko’s

Whitko High School Boys Varsity Cross Country ties Rochester High School 0-0

Wednesday, September 23, 2015 5:00 PM Whitko High School AWAY 0 Rochester High School HOME 0 Meet Recap The Whitko boys’ cross country team went head-to-head with Rochester on Wednesday night at the Rochester Community High School course. It was extremely hilly terrain, but the boys performed well. Rochester was officially the victor, as Whitko’s

Whitko High School Girls Varsity Cross Country scores 0 points at meet

Friday, September 18, 2015 10:20 AM Place 0 Points 0 Meet Recap (This event took place on 9/19/15 not 9/18/15.) The Whitko girls’ cross country team battled windy, rainy, and muddy conditions today while participating in the West Noble Invitational. Unfortunately the girls were unable to score team points, as their fifth runner remains out

Whitko High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 21st place

Saturday, September 19, 2015 10:50 AM Place 21 Points 542 Meet Recap The Whitko boys’ cross country team battled windy, rainy, and muddy conditions to finish 21st out of 22 scoring teams at the West Noble Invitational today. The five boys who ran finished as follows out of 159 runners: Josh Wright (Junior) – 18:43.00

Whitko High School Girls Varsity Cross Country scores 0 points at meet

Saturday, September 12, 2015 10:00 AM Place 0 Points 0 Meet Recap Yesterday the Whitko girls’ cross country team participated in the Tippecanoe Valley Invitational vs. runners from 11 other schools. With only three runners available, the Wildcats were unable to score team points, but Brigit Nemitz (Senior) and Suzanne Sickafoose (Junior) each earned ribbons

Whitko High School Boys Varsity Cross Country scores 0 points at meet

Saturday, September 12, 2015 10:30 AM Place 0 Points 0 Meet Recap The Whitko boys’ cross country team participated in the Tippecanoe Valley Invitational yesterday vs. boys from 12 other schools. The Wildcats were unable to score team points, as their fifth runner was out with an injury. However both Josh Wright (Junior) and Logan

Whitko High School Girls Varsity Cross Country falls to Heritage High School 31-30

Tuesday, September 8, 2015 5:30 PM Heritage High School AWAY 30 Whitko High School HOME 31 Meet Recap The Whitko girls’ cross country team hosted Heritage High School for their only home meet of the season. It was Senior Night for Brigit Nemitz, and she performed extremely well by winning the girls’ race!!! Hats off

Whitko High School Boys Varsity Cross Country falls to Heritage High School 41-23

Tuesday, September 8, 2015 6:00 PM Heritage High School AWAY 23 Whitko High School HOME 41 Meet Recap The Whitko boys’ cross country team hosted Heritage High School for their only home meet of the season. While Heritage won the meet, four of the five Whitko runners ran season-best times!!! Below is a look at

Whitko High School Girls Varsity Cross Country scores 0 points at meet

Friday, September 4, 2015 11:00 AM Place 0 Points 0 Meet Recap (This event was actually 9/5/15…) The Whitko girls’ cross country team didn’t score team points this meet due to their 5th runner unfortunately being out with an injury. The four girls who did run finished as follows out of 180 runners (Top-50 runners