Mello wins second District Cross Country Title

Saturday, October 23, 2010 | 5:52 p.m. CDT

Hickman's Nicole Mello won her second individual cross country championship Saturday and led the Kewpie girls to a third-place finish. Mello also won the title as a freshman.

Adelyn Myers finished 12th, Madison May finished 16th, and Shawn Burhans finished 23rd to round out the Kewpie medalists in the race.

The Hickman boys team finished fourth as a team, led by Devin Sander who finished in 11th place. Remaining medalists include William Starks (20th), Ehan Zars (21st), Daniel Lindaman (27th) and Alex Nail (29th).


Both teams qualified for the sectional meet Oct. 30 in Camdenton.

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Greg Sees October 24, 2010 | 9:14 p.m.

How biased can one paper be? You totally ignored that Rockbridge finished first (Boys), ignore that the Girls finished second and are advancing as well. What about Caleb Wilfong winning the race for the boys, not to mention Rockbridge having all 7 of its varsity boy runners in the top 14 finishers. Why aren't any of the Rockbridge runners listed? Is this a Columbia paper or a Hickman promotional flyer? Do some responsible and unbiased reporting, don't follow the lead of your mother paper.

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miles rake October 26, 2010 | 9:57 p.m.

Kinda hard to report if your coach doesnt turn results in
if they did then onus is on paper , if they did not its on the coach. I would think if they turned it in it would be in ths article

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