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Ferguson finishes 17th at Jackson

But girls have an incomplete score, the boys finish seventh at meet

By Kevin Mertens - Staff Writer | Oct 3, 2021

Calli Ferguson continues to improve as the season progresses in cross country. The senior ran to a 17th place finish in the Jackson Invitational cross country meet on Friday, Sept. 25.

The Bucs, along with four other teams in the nine-team field, were unable to field a complete team. Luverne won the competition with a score of 21.

Under ideal conditions of sunny skies and temperatures in the 60s, Ferguson, crossed the line in 24:59 to lead all BEA female runners.

Aubrey Hueper’s personal-best time of 28:24 was good for 42nd place.

Lauren Bleess was 53rd with a time of 31:00 and Reagan Bromeland was 59th in 35:16.

The boys team finished seventh. Angel Martinez was the first BEA runner to cross the finish line. His time of 20:51 put him in 44th place.

Brady Lorenz finished in 22:35 to take 62nd. Seth Mathews was 73rd with a time of 25:47, Aiden Donahue ran a personal-best time of 27:11 to finish 78th and Eli Paz was 81st with a time of 27:41.

The BEA cross country teams traveled to Janesville on Sept. 30, to compete in the Waterville-Elysian-Morristown Grizzly Pie Invite.

BEA will travel to Fairmont on Oct. 7, for the I-90 Invite, which will be held at Cedar Creek Park.