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Pioneer Wrap-Up

White County showed a growing and improving program today at the Pioneer Wrap-Up.  The official results will be posted here:

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Topher's Results can be seen here: 

Congratulations to Gabriel Wiles for earning a top 10 finisher medal with 8th place today! 

Congrats to the following runners who posted a new PR (personal record) today! 

High School Girls (3.1 miles)

  • Poppy Shank - 32:01
  • Catherine Gottlied - 33:31
  • Zoey Clemons - 38:26

High School Boys (3.1 miles)

  • Gabriel Wiles - 19:46
  • Blake Craves - 28:33
  • John Durfee - 27:20
  • Aden Atkins - 23:16
Middle School Girls (2 miles)
  • Emma Nash - 17:55
  • Natalie West - 18:11
  • Hannah Shaffield - 21:23
Middle School Boys (2 miles)
  • Colton Courtney - 17:12
  • Ethan Wiles - 17:15
  • Sam Burton - 18:05
  • Tyler Hernandez - 18:27
We're also grateful for new runners who participated in their first race today: Sam Burton, Hannah Shaffield, and Aden Atkins, and Kaelyn Dobbs.


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