Over 80 students in grades 7 through 12 from St. Thomas Aquinas (STAHS), Beaver Brae Secondary School (BBSS), Dryden High School (DHS), Fort Frances High School (FFHS), and Red Lake High School (RL) attended the Fall Classic Cross Country Run at Mount Evergreen Ski Hill hosted by St. Thomas Aquinas High School this past Thursday.
Colby Wallace, from STAHS, took first place in the Sr. Boys (grade 11/12) 7.5 km run with a time of 32 minutes 30 seconds. Matthew Watt, from FFHS, came in second with a time of 43 minutes 1 second. In third place was Jackson Marchant, from FFHS, who ran 49 minutes 23 seconds.
Chloe Dolyny, from FFHS, ran to first place in the Sr. Girls (grade 11/12) 5 km run with a time of 24 minutes 36 seconds. Abby Flynn, from BBSS, brought home silver with a time of 25 minutes 5 seconds. Emma Toriseva rounded out the top three with a time of 27 minutes 43 seconds.
In the Jr. Boys (grade 9/10) 5 km run, Scanlon Weibe, from STAHS, took home the gold running the race in 23 minutes 2 seconds. Cole Mitchell, from DHS, completed the run in 23 minutes 48 seconds. Matthew Debbo, from BBSS, placed third with a time of 24 minutes 45 seconds.
In the Jr. Girls (grade 10/11) 5 km run Peyton Dolyny, of FFHS, placed first with a time of 26 minutes 13 seconds. Emerson Rose, from BBSS, came in second with a time of 29 minutes 52 seconds. Marissa Kenny, from FFHS, rounded out the top three with a time of 30 minutes 49 seconds.
Tazio Mastromatteo, from STAHS, took first place in the grade 7/8 boys 2.5 km run with a time of 11 minutes 18 seconds. Nick Nelson, of STAHS, placed second with a time of 11 minutes 33 seconds. Sawyer Barclay took home the bronze with a time of 11 minutes 48 seconds.
Peyton Jourdain, of FFHS, won the grade 7/8 girls 2.5 km run with a time of 14 minutes 23 seconds. Payton Kozak, from STAHS, placed second with a time of 14 minutes 59 seconds. Maddyn Hughes, from STAHS, ran in third with a time of 15 minutes 7 seconds.
The next Cross Country event is Thursday, October 7 in Dryden for the Turkey Trot.