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Canon City Invite at Royal Gorge and Hollydot Invite
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Photo by Sue Barcus
Girls X-Country finished in 8th place at the Canyon City Cross Country Invite at the Royal Gorge on Thursday, Sept. 26. L to R: Coach Heidi Garner, Raechel Lopez, Emily Peterson, Lauren Maroney, Audrey Maroney, Clarissa Peterson, Christina Kirkland and Head Coach TJ Blackhurst. Not pictured Rebekah Moats.
 
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Runners from Rye's boys X-Country team after finishing the race at the Royal Gorge sponsored by Canon City Cross Country on Thursday, Sept. 26. Schon Moore and Joshua Garner finished at the exact same time of 19:19.60. L to R: Jack Scott, Josh Garner, Schon Moore and Cavan Reilly.
 
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Cross country is now looking at championship races to run and training with high intensity, shorter duration practices to keep runners healthy and with less injuries. The T-Bolt runners had two races within a couple of days of each other at the Royal Gorge (Canon City High Invite) on Sept. 26 against 17 other schools and then a home Rye Thunderbolt Invitational at Hollydot Golf Course on Sept. 30.

The first mile and a half at the Royal Gorge was straight uphill. The times are relative to the courses they are running, said Blackhurst. Hollydot is fast and Blackhurst is hoping to have several runners finish with PRs. Audrey Maroney finished 3rd at the Royal Gorge with a time of 21:26 and then at Hollydot at 21:08.00 I was glad to see her close the gap at the end of the race, he said; Raechel Lopez came in at 25:03.70 at Royal Gorge and 25:17.10 at Hollydot; Rebekah Moats at Royal Gorge in 26:20.70 and 25:39.80 at Hollydot; Lauren Maroney at Royal Gorge in 27:52.20 and 27:32.30 at Hollydot; Emily Peterson at Royal Gorge in 29:21.70 and 29:14.40 at Hollydot; Christina Kirkland at Royal Gorge in 34:51.30 and 34:15.80 at Hollydot. The Lady T-Bolts finished second as a team at the Rye Thunderbolt Invite.

Shon Moore was Ryes first runner to come in at the Royal Gorge race in 19:19.60 and 19:51.90 at Hollydot; Joshua Garner at Royal Gorge at 19:19.60 and 19:33.30 at Hollydot. Jack Scott did not have a time for Royal Gorge but came in at 22:49.70 for Hollydot. We are pushing the emphasis on team with our runners, Blackhurst said.

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