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By Pierre Bibbs
Sports Editor 

Coyotes in Fergus


September 18, 2019

The Dodson Coyotes High School and Middle School Cross Country Teams ran at the Fergus High School Invitational on Tuesday, September 10, at the Pine Meadows Golf Course in Lewistown.

For the high school girls, sisters Melony Fetter and Lindsey Fetter ran. L. Fetter, a freshman, had a time of 27:57.92 and M. Fetter, a junior, had a time of 30:04.30.

Senior Corbain Lonebear, a senior, was Dodson’s lone runner and posted a time of 20:41.41.

Dodson Head Coach Tianna Bloomer was excited to announce that all of her high school runners qualified for state at the Fergus meet. Coach Bloomer was also encouraged by what she saw from her junior high runners.

“The Fergus meet had the toughest course I’ve been to besides maybe Missoula and the middle school runners dominated,” Coach Bloomer said. “If all these kids stick with cross country we’ve got a good team coming up.”

In the 2-mile junior high race, seventh-grader Chaske Cliff placed highest among all Dodson runners, taking eighth place in the boys race with a time of 15:19.44. Sixth-grader Womni Cliff took twenty-fifth with a time of 17:25.82. Sixth-grader Lance Snow was thirty-ninth with a time of 20:02.78 and sixth-grader Skipper Cole took forty-fourth with a time of 24:37.29.

For the middle school girls, eighth-grader Shaylee DeCelles took tenth place with a time of 16:55.04. Sixth-grader Carmyn DeCelles took fifteenth with a time of 18:07.44.


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