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Rye Cross-Country at Cheyenne Stampede on Friday, Aug 24
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Freshman, Audrey Maroney made a name for herself at the Cheyenne Stampede for Rye's cross-country team by coming in second place with a time of 22:21.7 at the T-Bolts first invitational of the season.
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The momentum of last year’s season is fueling Rye’s Cross-Country team as they started off their season by attending the Cheyenne Stampede at the Norris Penrose Event Center on Aug. 24 where State Competition was last year.

Freshman, Audrey Maroney finished in second place with a time of 22:21.7 for her first high school invitational. Maroney spent most of the summer training in addition to attending a cross country camp at BYU. She was also an outstanding at the middle school and “as the high school coach I am very excited to have her in the program,” said Coach TJ Blackhurst. Clarissa Peterson finished the race at 24:37.7; Lauren Maroney at 26:44.4; Emily Peterson at 30:27.6 and Lindsey Muniz at 31:44.8. The team finished in 6th place, but the invitational did not record a time for Faith Paquette that would have put the team in 4th place according to Blackhurst. Jessica Hastings and Christina Kirkland both ran for Rye in the Open Race. The Lady T-Bolts will focus on hill running techniques in addition to overall strength and conditioning. Blackhurst is adding a meet on Aug. 31 at Rocky Ford where he can run six girls in the varsity competition. “Regionals will be at Rocky Ford this year,” stated Blackhurst. Rye’s girls’ team currently has 10 runners.

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