FOLEY -- Calia Chaney placed first in 19:24.3 for the first place Pequot Lakes Patriots Girls at the Falcon Invitational Thursday, Sept. 26.

Pequot Lakes’ Ethan Johnson ran a third place finish for the Patriot boys who finished second overall.

Cole Andres was the top runner for the seventh-place Pierz Pioneers boys in 12th.

Ninth-place Pioneers girls had Carissa Andres who finished 25th overall.

11th place Courtney Loeffler finished first for the fifth-place Little Falls Flyer girls.









Boys results
Team scores: 1-Princeton 66. 2-Pequot Lakes 69, 3-Foley 100, 4-Mora 100, 5-Big Lake 138, 6-St. Cloud Cathedral 176, 7-Pierz 196, 8-Pine City 200, 9-Zimmerman 245, 10-LP-HT-ML 266, 11-Holdingford 277, 12-Milaca 294, 13-Albany 326
Individual winner: 1-Ryan Young (Princeton) 16:57.7
Pequot Lakes results: 3-Ethan Johnson 17:37.8, 7-Eli Laposky 17:59.8, 8-Jesse Clausen 18:01.5, 19-Henry Lupkes 18:39.4, 27-Russell Pierzinski 18:56.3, 29-Charlie Schiessl 19:01.8
Pierz results: 12-Cole Andres 18:15.3, 20-Jaden Hennen 18:41.9, 33-Hayden Richards 19:05.7, 34-Ryan Storkamp 19:16.4, 62-Gunther Dodge 20:26.1, 69-Hayden Dodge 21:04.8, 71-Landon Schomer 21:12.8, 73-Simon Kroll 21:15.9, 87-Connor Kruse 24:22.3, 89-Bradley Pawlu 28:21



Girls results
Team scores: 1-Pequot Lakes 49, 2-Princeton 77, 3-LP-HT-ML 90, 4-Pine City 141, 5-Little Falls 144, 6-Big Lake 159, 7-Mora 162, 8-Foley 187, 9-Pierz 201, 10-Holdingford 207, 11-St. Cloud Cathedral 213
Individual winner: 1-Calia Chaney (PL) 19:24.3
Pequot Lakes results: 3-Rian Zutter 19:52.3, 5-Carly Chaney 20:06.7, 15-Ellie Flaws 21:28.1, 31-Emma Flaws 22:27.9, 44-Lilix Gustafson 23:04.6
Pierz results: 25-Carissa Andres 22:07.5, 32-Brenna Andres 22:33.5, 51-Rachel Kasper 23:37.9, 54-Kara Bakke 23:47.7, 64-Alyssa Gall 24:46.1, 72-Ellie Lochner 25.37.6
Little Falls results: 11-Courtney Loeffler 20:41.6, 26-Abby Borash 22:08.1, 30-Adrienna Kreshe 22:25.7, 45-Claire Zack 23:07.1, 50-Camila Johnson 23:34.6, 51-Rachel Kasper 23:37.9, 55-Kylie Tervo 23:53.3,
Next: Pequot Lakes at Perham 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3; Pierz at Sauk Centre 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1; Little Falls at Perham 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.

Tucker Ringhand places third for C-I

HIBBING -- Crosby-Ironton’s Tucker Ringhand was third with a 17:06.3 run as the Ranger boys placed ninth out of 17 teams Thursday, Sept. 26.

The Ranger girls were led by Briana Miller who placed 39th, while the girls finished incomplete as a team.



Boys results
Team scores: (17 teams) 1-Proctor 85, 2-Ely 88, 3-Carlton-Wrenshall 128, 4-Virginia 147, 5-Cromwell 153, 6-International Falls 176, 7-Eveleth-Gilbert 181, 8-Mountain Iron-Buhl 187, 9-Crosby-Ironton 199, 10-Esko 225
Individual winner: Cameron Stocke (Virginia) 16:32.5
Crosby-Ironton results: 3-Tucker Ringhand 17:06.3, 22-Adam Cady 18:42.3, 43-Evan Miller 19:40.0, 65-John Paul Fitzpatrick 20:26.6, 66-Joseph Ringhand 20:27.6



Girls results
Team scores: (18 teams) 1-International Falls 99, 2-Proctor 116, 3-Ely 117, 4-South Ridge 134, 5-Virginia 141, 6-Duluth Marshall 170, 7-Mountain Iron-Buhl 174, 8-Mesabi East 187, 9-Cromwell 214, 10-Carlton 218, inc-Crosby-Ironton
Individual winner: Keegan McAuliffe (Duluth Marshall) 19:42.1
Crosby-Ironton results: 39-Briana Miller 23:35.2, 40-Lillianna Young 23:35.6, 46-Ellie Mitchell 24:17.4
Next: Crosby-Ironton hosts Meet at Ruttgers Golf Course 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.

Little falls boys

FERGUS FALLS -- Jackson Grant was the top finisher for the Little Falls boys in 20th place and the Flyers finished seventh at the Fergus Falls John Hermes Invitational Thursday, Sept. 26.









Boys results
Team scores: 1-West Central 30, 2-Fargo North 50, 3-Alexandria 54, 4-Detroit Lakes 101, 5-Frazee 128, 6-Fergus Falls 181, 7-Little Falls 195, 8-Breckenridge/Wahpeton 209, 9-Brandon-Evansville 239
Individual winner: Jacob Bright (West Central) 16:01.6
Little Falls results: 20-Jackson Grant 18:04.4, 37-Benjamin Knopik 19:19.9, 40-Isaac Larsen 19:37.5, 45-Erik Anez 19:54.7, 53-Mason Petrowitz 20:34.2, 54-Alexander Oberton 21:16.5
Next: Little Falls at Perham 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.