Cross country: Prosser's Childers takes second at CWAC meet

October 4, 2012 

CWAC: Prosser’s Kolby Childers and Hana VerMulm finished second and third respectively at a league meet in Selah.

At Selah

Boys

Team scores—Selah 21, Prosser 38; Prosser 17, Toppenish 36; Selah 15, Toppenish 44. Top 3—1. David Eisenhauer, Riverside Christian, 17:13; 2. Matthew Schrenk, Selah, 17:18; 3. Matt Schwittay, Selah, 17:25. Prosser—4. Bradley Buttars, 17:28; 5. Peyton Sperl, 17:35; 10. Nathan Christensen, 18:18; 14. Justin Maljaars, 19:17; 15. Nick Meza, 19:17.

Girls

Team scores—Prosser 15, Selah 40; Prosser 19, Toppenish 37; Toppenish 18, Selah 39. Top 3—1. April Soelberg, Riverside Christian, 21:39; 2. Kolby Childers, Prosser, 21:56; 3. Hana VerMulm, Prosser, 22:53. Prosser—Childers; VerMulm; 4. Hailey Buttars, 23:08; 7. Mackenzie Davis, 24:55; 8. Hannah Sperl, 24:56.

SCAC EAST: Wahluke’s Ramon Bravo won the boys race, but Connell came out on top in duals against the Warriors and Kiona-Benton.

On the girls side, Connell’s Atlanta Keskitalo won the individual title and the Eagles won both duals.

At Wahluke High, Mattawa

Boys

Team scores—Connell 23, Wahluke 35; Connell 20, Kiona-Benton 41; Wahluke 21, Kiona-Benton 34. Top 3—1. Ramon Bravo, Wahluke, 17:58; 2. Robert Orozco, Connell, 18:41; 3. Eric Serna, Connell, 18:42. Connell—Orozco; Serna; 6. Alfredo Leon, 19:13; 8. Oscar Ortiz, 20:05; 9. Nazario Herrera, 20:06. Wahluke—R. Bravo; 4. Eduardo Valdenea, 18:54; 11. Gerardo Herrera, 20:38; 12. Juan Bravo, 21:06; 13. Saulo Lopez, 21:07. Kiona-Benton—5. Andrew Ruelas, 19:00; 7. Tristan Renz, 19:22; 15. Seth Garcia, 22:03; 16. Andre Santoy, 22:08; 17. James McClary, 22:09.

Girls

Team scores—Connell 26, Wahluke 27; Connell 15, Kiona-Benton 45; Wahluke 15, Kiona-Benton 45. Top 3—1. Atlanta Keskitalo, Connell, 22:19; 2. Analicia Alverado, Kiona-Benton, 22:25; 3. Stephanie Juarez, Wahluke, 22:44. Connell—Keskitalo; 6. Rachel Price, 23:59; 7. Rachel Eskildsen, 24:12; 8. Emalee Loeber, 25:07; 10. Jenni Gregg, 25:56; 12. Rian Naef, 26:02. Wahluke—S. Juarez; 4. Maria Jaurez, 22:54; 5. Linda Achelpohl, 23:50; 9. Thalia Quintero, 25:26; 11. Andreina Gutierrez, 26:00. Kiona-Benton—Alverado; 17. Kristina Mendoza, 31:12; 18. Maribel Alicruz, 34:08.

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