By Mike Petersen
Sports Editor & Staff Writer 

Faster times lead to improved scores

Runners exceed expectations at state qualifying meet


October 27, 2022


Kamryn Ebel competes at the state qualifying meet, finishing 57th in a time of 26:06.

Year-to-year comparisons of athletic performance are not always a true measure of progress, but scoring for Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn's cross country teams at the state qualifying meet on Oct. 20 suggests things are trending in the right direction.

That is especially true of the H-M-S boys, who lowered their overall score from 434 in 2020 to 294 in 2021, and now to 228. The Hawk girls also put up some fast times.

"I truly couldn't have asked for more out of our teams that competed at Holstein. A majority of our athletes ran either lifetime or season's bests," said Hawk coach Kirsten Taylor. "I...

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