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Montoya, Lady War Eagles Tops Among 7A Girls

Posted: November 11, 2012 at 5:24 a.m.

Morgan Spychalski, left, Bentonville, runs Saturday during early stages of the Class 7A State Girls Cross Country Championships at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs.
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Morgan Spychalski, left, Bentonville, runs Saturday during early stages of the Class 7A State Girls Cross Country Championships at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs.

The first few moments after the Class 7A State Girls Cross Championships were anxious ones for Rogers Heritage coach Jeff Shaw.

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AT A GLANCE

Class 7A State Girls Cross Country Championships

Saturday at Oaklawn Park, Hot Springs

Team scores

  1. Rogers Heritage, 56; 2. Bentonville, 78; 3. Rogers High, 82; 4. Van Buren, 96; 5. Bryant, 128; 6. Springdale Har-Ber, 158; 7. Fayetteville, 161; 8. Cabot 237; 9. Mount St. Mary’s, 239; 10. Springdale High, 263; 11. Conway, 299; 12. North Little Rock, 320; 13. LR Central, 401.

Individual results

  1. Maggie Montoya, Rogers, 18:17.7; 2. Morgan Spychalski, Bentonville, 18:51.7; 3. Elise Reina, Har-Ber, 19:13.8; 4. Rebekah Gibbons, Van Buren, 19:19.7; 5. Hannah Owen, Heritage, 19:25.2; 6. Melinda Murdock, Bryant, 19:26.3; 7. Kesley Brown, Heritage, 19:28.2; 8. Deirdre Sheets, Heritage, 19:30.5; 9. Bethany King, Bentonville, 19:32.1; 10. Amanda Agana, Fayetteville, 19:36.6.

  2. Lauren Harrell, Rogers, 19:42.1; 12. Marlene Sheehan, Cabot, 19:43.6, 13. Lisa Lauschke, Rogers, 19:45.0; 14. Maria Valente, Van Buren, 19:49.1; 15. Emily Davis, Bentonville, 19:57.3; 16. Maria Garcia, Heritage, 20:03.2; 17. Micah Huckabee, Cabot, 20:05.3; 18. Maddie Chitwood, Van Buren, 20:07.2; 19. Sage Mackin, Van Buren, 20:07.6, 20. Bella Chavez, Heritage, 20:09.5.

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