Boys XC places 21st at State finals

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The 2017, O-K Red championship cross country team posing with the championship trophy.

The 2017, O-K Red championship cross country team posing with the championship trophy.

Maddie Monroe

Maddie Monroe

The 2017, O-K Red championship cross country team posing with the championship trophy.

Kyle Bush, Reporter

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What Happened: The boys cross country team took 21st place in states last weekend.

 

What It Means: The boys cross country team has closed out there season with first place in the falcon invite and regional finals. 

 

Key Moment: The Bucs did not run their absolute best in the state meet but they look back on this season and are confident that it was one of the fastest teams in school history if not the fastest

 

Three Stars:

 

  • First Star:  Senior Dominic Weatherwax came in with a strong first on the team

 

  • Second and Third Stars:  Senior Andrew Ireland, and Junior Cole Rowden

 

They Said it:  “W had a really good season, we did really good in jamborees and some of the bigger meets like portage and regionals” says senior Aidan Martin

 

What’s next: The seniors graduate from the program and the team is set for future success with runners like freshman Jon Tysman, freshman Ben Pease, sophomore Cole Rowden and sophomore Christian Colvin and junior Jared Franke.

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Kyle Bush, Reporter

Senior Kyle Bush is starting his first year on The Bucs’ Blade staff as a sports reporter. Kyle is a big sports fan, his favorite college team is the Michigan Wolverines. In his free time, his favorite things to do are playing lacrosse and skiing. Kyle is eager to learn how to become a better writer and really wants to expand his knowledge on new topics and informing the public. 

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Maddie Monroe, Editor in Chief

Senior Maddie Monroe is entering her third year on staff as Editor-in-Chief. She is excited to see what this year has to bring and to make the paper the best she can. Monroe loves to ski, play golf, hike, listen to music, and travel. She is hoping to continue her journalism career at Michigan State University next fall.

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