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Granby: Middle School skinny skiers turn in strong performances in Nederland

East Grand Middle School had a strong freestyle cross-country race on Tuesday, Feb. 5, at Nederland.

Tabor Scholl of East Grand came in second for the girls team with a time of 16:24.

Scholl wasn’t far behind the winner of the race, Robyn Kresge of Summit County, who had a time of 16:17. Linnea Zink, also of East Grand, came in third with a time of 16:45.

For the boys team, Sam Elliott, of East Grand, came in third with a time of 16:03. First was Jackson Hill, of Summit County, with a time of 14:06.

The overall results for both teams were:

Girls

1. Robyn Kresge, Summit County, 16:17; 2. Tabor Scholl, East Grand, 16:24; 3. Linnea Zink, East Grand, 16:45; 4. Katy Bilisoly, Summit County, 18:01; 5. Dyani Chapman, Nederland, 18:05; 6. Eva Ramey, Nederland, 19:19; 7. Dayna Larsen, Nederland, 20:07; 8. Erin O’Connor, East Grand, 20:15; 9. Juli White, Summit County, 21:01; 10. Anna Arvidson, Lake County, 21:15; 11. Seraphina Smith, East Grand, 22:37; 12. Kaylene Loo, East Grand, 22:40; 13. Elizabeth O’Connell, East Grand, 22:45; 14. Laurel Snow, East Grand, 23:03; 15. Jenna Mahon, Nederland, 23:25; 16. Anika Ramey, Nederland, 23:36; 17. Kelsea Donahue, Nederland, 23:42; 18. Kendra McGeorge, Lake County, 24:17; 19. Jess Ousley, Nederland, 24:47; 20. Davis Gidney, Summit County, 24:51; 21. Alex Gallegoes, East Grand, 24:58; 22. Chole Snow, East Grand, 25:24; 23. Sarah Cheek, East Grand, 25:58; 24. Lexie Sutclifffe, East Grand, 26:43; 25. MacKenzie Belden, Nederland, 26:51; 26. Jessica Kemp, East Grand, 26:57; 27. Sydney Markle, East Grand, 27:17; 28. Kelly Anothony, East Grand, 29:21; 29. Erin Davidson, Nederland, 29:55; and 30. Ali Mills, Nederland, 3:56.

Boys

1. Jackson Hill, Summit County, 14:06; 2. Jordan Wood, Nederland, 15:52; 3. Sam Elliott, East Grand, 16:03; 4. Parker Landry-Murphy, Nederland, 16:05; 5. Colby Zink, East Grand, 16:07; 6. Aaron Fatora, Summit County, 16:12; 7. Cameron Bobb, Summit County, 16:57; 8. Karl Olson, East Grand, 17:04; 9. Jacob Bryant, Lake County, 17:58; 10. Johnathon Kopp, East Grand, 18:05; 11. Wade Rosko, Summit County, 18:58; 12. Ryan Morrison, Lake County, 19:20; 13. Sean Fatora, Summit County, 19:47; 14. Liam McDonnell, Summit County, 19:47; 15. Mack Stuhr, Summit County, 21:06; 16. Gus Forrest, Nederland, 23:01; 17. Marcus Curran, East Grand, 23:08; 18. Noah Sadler, Summit County, 23:24; 19. Noah Sugrue, Summit County, 23:33; 20. Aiden Warren, East Grand, 31:13; and 21. Aron Barker, East Grand, 34:13.


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