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Shiohira, Tigers Claim 7A Boys Supremacy

Posted: November 11, 2012 at 5:31 a.m.

Dino Andrade, from Springdale Har-Ber heads down the final stretch Saturday during the Class 7A State Boys Cross Country Championships at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs.
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Dino Andrade, from Springdale Har-Ber heads down the final stretch Saturday during the Class 7A State Boys Cross Country Championships at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs.

Jacob Shiohira was not in the mood to play games Saturday morning.

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AT A GLANCE

Class 7A State Cross Country Championships

Saturday at Oaklawn Park, Hot Springs

Team results

  1. Bentonville, 34; 2. Rogers High, 48; 3. Springdale Har-Ber, 78; 4. Little Rock Catholic, 90; 5. Rogers Heritage, 169; 6. Fayetteville, 189; 7. Bryant, 214; 8. Springdale High, 221; 9. Cabot, 264; 10. Van Buren, 296; 11. Conway, 302; 12. Fort Smith Southside, 322; 13. North Little Rock, 354; 14. Little Rock Central, 458.

Individual results

  1. Jacob Shiohira, Bentonville, 15:37.8; 2. Austin Salazar, Rogers, 16:00.3; 3. Alex Battaglia, Bentonville, 16:08.7; 4. Austin Hunt, Bentonville, 16:12.5; 5. Taylor Bryant, Rogers, 16:14.9; 6. Brendan Taylor, LR Catholic, 16:18.6; 7. Hector Ramos, Bentonville, 16:20.6; 8. Dino Andrade, Har-Ber, 16:24.5; 9. Colin O’Mara, LR Catholic, 16:24.8; 10. Dallin Fawcett, Har-Ber, 16:26.6.

  2. Scott Foltz, Cabot, 16:28.1; 12. Ian Smith, Rogers, 16:31.0; 13. Andrew Simpson, Rogers, 16:32.7; 14. Tucker Skelton, Har-Ber, 16:37.2; 15. Tim Glover, FS Southside; 16. Paul Torres, Rogers, 16:44.9; 17. Jesse Garcia, Rogers, 16:49.6; 18. Noah Findlay, LR Catholic, 16:50.4; 19. Ryan Dalton, Bentonville, 16:57.6; 20. Peyton Wood, Har-Ber, 17:02.4.

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