GIRLS TO KNOW

Helen Cross, Jr., Nederland: Cross won the Class 2A state meet on a rigid course in Colorado Springs in a time of 18:52, 17 seconds faster than any other runner in her race. She returns as a title favorite this season.

Lucca Fulkerson, So., Dawson School: Fulkerson was fourth at the Class 2A state meet a year ago. The next three years of her high school career certainly look promising.

Riley Geldean, Sr., Centaurus: She recorded the 12th fastest time in the state last season and went on to place 10th in 4A as a sophomore.

Abby Jones, Jr., Legacy: Jones finished 40th in the 5A race a season ago, leading the Lightning without their star runner in Siles. With Siles and Jones healthy, Legacy has a nice one-two punch.

Quinn McConnell, Sr., Peak to Peak: She combined with vaunted teammates Anna Shults and Tiana Bradfield to win the Pumas' second straight 3A team title and she'll be gunning for her third individual championship this season.

Marlena Preigh, Sr., Fairview: Preigh finished the 5A state meet in 19:36. She'll be pushed by her teammates throughout the year -- Kinsey Hall was just five seconds back of her at state last year and Tegan Bartholomew was only 16 seconds slower.

Brynn Siles, Jr., Legacy: Siles pushed through a knee injury at regionals last season to make sure her team qualified for the state meet. In an unfortunate twist, though, the injury only got worse from there and it sidelined her for the state race a week later.


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Chloe Smith, So., Monarch: Smith was an honorable mention in the BoCoPreps.com All-Region Team last year. She should stick in that group in 2018 and beyond as she looks to continue her climb up the 5A ranks.

Sydney Swanker, Jr., Broomfield: Swanker was 22nd last year at the 5A state meet, only trailing Ivy Gonzales (fourth) on her state team. She also beat departing-senior Laura Thompson (27th) as well as now-Division-I runners Madison Mooney (29th) and Katelyn Mitchem (32nd). The state result should give her some nice confidence heading into 2018.

Isaac Roberts helped the Lyons boys win a state title last season. He should contend for the individual crown this year.
Isaac Roberts helped the Lyons boys win a state title last season. He should contend for the individual crown this year. (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)

Alyssa Wells, So., Holy Family: Wells was impressive in her freshman season, finishing sixth at the 3A state meet. Now -- can she end her sophomore year even better? Better yet, can she make a run at Peak to Peak's senior trio after they swept the top three spots in 3A last year?

 

BOYS TO KNOW

Cooper Brown, Sr., Centaurus: With the top returning 5K time in the area, the Warriors senior is looking to lead the way for his team to compete for a Class 4A state title.

Cruz Culpepper, Jr., Niwot: One of the top 1,600-meter runners in the country, the Cougars junior has been poised for a breakout cross country season and it could come this fall.

Paxton Hansburg, Sr., Monarch: Up to this point, Hansburg has had good company to run with over his high school career as he's been teammates with state champions in Isaac Green and Charlie Perry. Hansburg has climbed up the 5A ranks since his freshman season and looks to have a productive final state meet in 2018.

Parker Lee, Jr., Legacy: Lee finished less than two seconds ahead of teammate Ryan Montera in the Class 5A race at state last year. Lee was 66th and Montera was 69th.

Christian Montoya, Sr., Holy Family: His coach says he aspires to run at the University of Colorado next year. Lofty goals for anyone. So ... how much has Montoya progressed since taking 54th at the 3A state meet a year ago? Time will tell.

John Parker, Sr., Fairview: Parker is back for another run with the Knights. He finished in 16:52 at the 5A meet, good for 62nd.

Orion Pipersky, Sr., Boulder: Pipersky was inside the top 40 at the Class 5A state meet a year ago, clocking a 16:39. He returns as one of the most intriguing seniors to keep an eye on this fall.

Ares Reading, Sr., Niwot: Finishing just outside the top 10 in 2017, Reading could team with Culpepper to lead the Cougars to a team title this fall.

Isaac Roberts, Jr., Lyons: Last season's 2A state runner-up, the Lions 11th-grader enters the fall of 2018 as one of the favorites for the individual title after leading the Lions to a team championship in 2017.

Riley Geldean of Centaurus will contend for the 4A state title.
Riley Geldean of Centaurus will contend for the 4A state title. (file photo / BoCoPreps.com)

Max Saliman, Sr., Shining Mountain: Saliman returned from a hip injury last year and finished 12th in the 2A race at state. Keep an eye on him as a top-10 or top-five runner in the race this year.

 

POSTSEASON INFORMATION

2A Region 1 - Local teams: Dawson School, Lyons, Nederland, Shining Mountain, Twin Peaks Charter. Date/location: Oct. 18 at Lyons High School.

3A Region 3 - Local teams: Holy Family, Jefferson Academy, Peak to Peak, Prospect Ridge. Date/location: Oct. 18 at Lyons High School.

4A Region 3 - Local teams: Centaurus, Niwot. Date/location: Oct. 18 at Lyons High School.

4A Region 4 - Local teams: Erie, Frederick, Longmont, Mead, Silver Creek, Skyline. Date/location: Oct. 18 at Lyons High School.

5A Region 3 - Local teams: Boulder, Broomfield, Fairview, Legacy, Monarch. Date/location: Oct. 18, TBA.

 

TEAM-BY-TEAM OUTLOOK

BOULDER PANTHERS

Coach: Geo Tam (second season).

Last year: Boys - Finished seventh at Class 5A state meet. Girls - Finished 10th at Class 5A state meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Caleb Hardy (Sr., 47th), Lukas Haug (So., 52nd), Orion Pipersky (Sr., 39th), Carson Williams (Jr., 56th).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Bettina Burgess (So., 72nd), Izzy Heart (Sr., 79th), Makenna Hobson (Sr., 146th), Arianna McCue (Sr., 139th), Kate Zacharias (Sr., 93).

Other boys to watch: Carson McCue (So.), Julian Schima (Sr.).

Other girls to watch: Shelby Glenn (So.), Alyssa Lee (So.).

Outlook: The boys' team returns its top-four finishers from last season's 5A state meet and hope to be in the hunt for a top-five spot this year. "Pack running may be a strength of this group as less than 10 seconds separated those four at state," Tam said. The girls' team lost their top-two scorers from the state meet, so other runners will need to step up if the Panthers hope to contend for another top-10 spot at state this year.

 

BROOMFIELD EAGLES

Coach: Greg Weich (ninth year).

Last year: Boys - Finished fifth at 5A Region 4 meet. Girls - Finished second at Class 5A state meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: None.

Girls returning state qualifiers: Sydney Swanker (Jr., 22nd).

Other boys to watch: Bradley Morgan (Sr.); Grant Smith (Sr.); John Zack (Sr.).

Other girls to watch: Lauren Felknor (Jr.); Allison Leister (So.); Sierra Parks (Fr.).

Outlook: Weich said he is expecting his girls' team to place inside the top 10 at state. The Eagles lost a plethora of top runners after placing second a year ago, but Weich believes his team has the depth to fill the void. The boys' team, meanwhile, Weich said will be "on the bubble" of state qualification. "We are likely a team that will start slow, but finish the season strongly," the ninth-year coach said.

 

CENTAURUS WARRIORS

Coach: Devin Rourke (eighth year).

Last year: Boys - Finished runners-up at Class 4A state meet. Girls - Finished ninth at Class 4A state meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Henry Bownman (Sr., 49th), Cooper Brown (Sr., 16th), James Overberg (Jr., 40th), Kyle Piper (Sr., 96th), Torey Puckett (Sr., 22st).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Grace Armstrong (Jr., 100th), Brooke Calvo (Jr., 124th), Riley Geldean (Jr., 10th), Katie Hooten (Jr., 18th), Allison MacDonald (Sr., 127th), Molly Maksin (Sr., 38th).

Other boys to watch: Ben Handwerker (So.).

Other girls to watch: Maggie McClesky (Fr.).

Outlook: Last year, the Centaurus boys felt like they were pushed around a little bit at the state meet and they'll be hunting for their first championship since 2011 with senior Cooper Brown leading the way. Junior Riley Geldean and the Warriors ladies also return with chips on their shoulders and are determined to record the program's highest team finish ever, which would mean placing at least fifth at the state meet.

 

DAWSON MUSTANGS

Coach: Katie Boyle (sixth year).

Last year: Boys - Finished 10th at 2A Region 1 meet. Girls - Finished sixth at 2A Region 1 meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: None.

Girls returning state qualifiers: Lucca Fulkerson (So., 4th).

Other boys to watch: Griffin Bigger (So.), Sean Geraghty (Fr.).

Other girls to watch: Bridget Bell (Jr.), Helen Leon (Fr.).

Outlook: After missing state a year ago, the girls' team should be something to keep an eye on in the 2A rankings. Fulkerson leads a talented crew that could make noise come October. The boys' team, meanwhile, is building for the future as it welcomes a big freshmen class.

 

ERIE TIGERS

Coach: Brandon Havard (first year).

Last year: Boys - Finished fifth at 4A Region 3 meet. Girls - Finished second at 4A Region 3 meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Jamison Cartwright (Sr., 54th).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Emily Condon (Sr., 60th).

Other boys to watch: Adam Garcia (Jr.), Alex Walker (Jr.).

Other girls to watch: Emma Osborn (So.).

Outlook: Brandon Havard, who coached the Erie track and field team for the first time in the spring, will debut as the Tigers' head cross country coach this fall. Havard takes over a team that returns its lone state qualifiers from 2017 to the girls and boys squads, and hopes to finish top-three in league on both sides and see where it can go from there.

 

FAIRVIEW KNIGHTS

Coach: Darren Bessett (third year).

Last year: Boys- Finished 14th at Class 5A state meet. Girls - Finished fifth at Class 5A state meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Christian Castellino (So., 110th), Anders Cote (Jr. 105th), Henry Murphy (So., 81st), John Parker (Sr., 62nd).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Tegan Bartholomew (Jr., 61st), Vanessa Haggans (Jr., 91st), Kinsey Hall (Jr., 50th), Marlena Preigh (Sr., 45th).

Outlook: The Knights have four returning state qualifiers for each of the boys' and girls' teams. Parker leads a boys' team looking to make a repeat appearance to the state meet. Preigh, Hall, Bartholomew and Castellino, on the other side, make up a strong female core that could lead the Knights back into the top five at state.

 

FREDERICK WARRIORS

Coach: Michele Blanken (fourth year).

Last year: Boys - Finished 12th at 4A Region 4 meet. Girls - Did not score at Tri-Valley League meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: None.

Girls returning state qualifiers: None.

Other boys to watch: Christopher Haley (Jr.), Riley McNeil (Jr.), Alex Workman (Jr.).

Other girls to watch: Mikenna Hoffman (Fr.).

Outlook: During the offseason, the Warriors worked on maintaining the condition they developed during the track and field season while also building endurance so that the young, eager team can realize its potential. In her fourth season as head coach, Blanken said she is optimistic and excited to see what the Warriors runners can do this season.

 

HOLY FAMILY TIGERS

Coach: Danielle Medearis (first year).

Last year: Boys - Finished 12th at Class 3A state meet. Girls - Finished fourth at Class 3A state meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Braden Bartlett (Sr., 102nd), Alex Martinez (Sr., 113th), Christian Montoya (Sr., 54th), Jonah Munoz (So., 141st), Matthew Reynolds (Jr., 79th).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Sally Napierkowski (Jr., 96th), Alyssa Wells (So., 6th).

Other boys to watch: Jack Culp (So.), Jack Elliot (Jr.).

Other girls to watch: Elizabeth Boselli (Fr.), Evie Boyd (Fr.), Ashley Darrah (Sr.), Nina Finocchiaro (Jr.), Daniella Hren (So.), Alyssa Jany (Fr.).

Outlook: The girls' team is hopeful it can return to the top 10 at the state meet despite losing five varsity runners from a year ago. Wells will lead the way after breaking two school records in her dazzling debut. The boys' team will be led by Montoya, a senior with hopes of a breakout season after finishing 54th at state a year ago.

 

JEFFERSON ACADEMY JAGUARS

Coach: Ben Hershelman (10th year) and Terry Witkowski (sixth year).

Last year: Boys - Finished 17th at Class 3A state meet. Girls - Finished fifth at 3A Region 3 meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Cole Reisdorf (So, 76th), Blake Robinson (Jr., 128th), Peter Van Cleave (Jr. 148th), Ezra Weir (Jr., 147th).

Girls returning state qualifiers: None.

Other boys to watch: Evan Mills (Fr.).

Other girls to watch: Jocey Farhar (So.).

Outlook: The boys' team is made up of Reisdorf up top, a talented incoming freshman in Mills, and a junior class nicknamed the "Phreshbros." Collectively, they are looking to get back to the state meet, where they finished 17th a year ago. The girls' team narrowly missed state a season ago and "will be looking to avenge what happened," said Hershelman.

 

LEGACY LIGHTNING

Coach: DJ Hummel (ninth year) and Lauren Hummel (sixth year).

Last year: Boys - Finished seventh at 5A Region 3 meet. Girls - Finished 19th at Class 5A state meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Parker Lee (Jr., 66th), Ryan Montera (So. 69th).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Laura Broderick (Sr. 126th), Abby Jones (Jr., 40th), Katie Kinch (Sr., 125th), Madison Milbourn (Jr. 140th), Brynn Siles (Jr., DNR).

Outlook: Siles ran through pain in regionals to ensure her team qualified for state but could not go at the Class 5A meet a week later. She is back healthy, and her ceiling is still unknown. On the boys' side, Montera and Lee will look to get back to state and perhaps climb up the rankings. Overall, Lauren Hummel said the team had a strong turnout for summer workouts and expects that to help the Lightning going forward. "We expect that with this work ethic, our athletes will grow stronger and become faster over the course of the season," she said.

 

LONGMONT TROJANS

Coach: Scott Dickenson (second year).

Last year: Boys - Finished seventh at 4A Region 4 meet. Girls - Finished seventh at 4A Region 4 meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: None.

Girls returning state qualifiers: Emily Billow (Jr., 91st), Kandice Kittinger (Sr., 94th).

Other boys to watch: Mason Hayes (Sr.), Finn Kilcullen (Sr.).

Other girls to watch: Karina Chavez (Jr.), Debbie Chou (Jr.).

Outlook: Dickinson said Longmont has some impressive freshmen and newcomers joining the team this season that could combine with their returning runners to spell improvement, particularly on the boys side. Both the boys and girls hope to do better than their matching seventh-place team finishes at regional.

 

LYONS LIONS

Coach: Mark Roberts (23rd year).

Last year: Boys - Won Class 2A state championship. Girls - Finished third at Class 2A state meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Colton Jonjak-Plahn (Sr., 15th), Isaac Roberts (Jr., 2nd), Simon Stone (Jr., 18th).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Alora Cross (Jr., 46th), Katie Fankhouser (Jr., 9th), Kylee Udovich (Sr., 10th).

Other boys to watch: Nick Boggess (Jr.), Jordan Shackelford (Jr.).

Other girls to watch: Quin Gregg (Fr.), Laura Hickey (Sr.), Hannah Thomas (So.), Jewel Thomas (Sr.).

Outlook: The Lyons boys return a strong nucleus from last year's championship team led by three top-20 performers (Roberts, Jonjak-Plahn and Stone), and the girls have two All-State performers (Fankhouser and Udovich) to lead a promising group. Both teams are hoping to compete for state titles at the end of the year, with the Lions boys facing strong competition from Heritage Christian, and the Lions battling several girls teams for the top spot on the podium, including Nederland, Paonia, and Peyton.

 

MEAD MAVERICKS

Coach: Chris Reynolds (sixth year).

Last year: Boys - Finished 13th at Class 4A state meet. Girls - Finished fifth at 4A Region 4 meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Nick Scohy (Jr., 154th).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Kaitlyn Salazar (Sr., 81st).

Other boys to watch: Hunter Payne (Sr.).

Other girls to watch: Eva Maeda (Jr.), Jade Sack (Fr.).

Outlook: Having graduated all five of last year's state meet scoring runners from the boys side and their top female athlete, the Mavericks will be an exceedingly young team all around. Looking to replace school record holders and a strong 2017 senior class, the Mavericks will need a number of new faces to step up into bigger roles this fall.

 

MONARCH COYOTES

Coach: Kent Rieder (15th year).

Last year: Boys - Finished fourth at Class 5A state meet. Girls - Finished ninth at Class 5A state meet.

Returning boys state qualifiers: Avery Conaghan (Jr., 100th), Paxton Hansburg (Sr., 79th), Reed Henderson (Sr. 113rd).

Returning girls state qualifiers: Brooke Forsythe (Sr., 54th), Julia Mainland (Sr., 63rd), Chloe Smith (So., 39th), Anna Wexler (Jr., 107th).

Other boys to watch: Luke Johnson (Jr.), Trevor Senior (Jr.), Preston Stecklein (Sr.).

Other girls to watch: Ginger Harrington (Jr.), Arianna Le (So.), Madelyn MacLaughlin (Sr.).

Outlook: Who will be the next big thing at Monarch? The search is on. State champions Charlie Perry and Isaac Green have headlined the Coyotes' success the last few years, but both are now gone. The boys' team will be without its top four runners from a year ago and must find strong performances from its returning qualifiers to make noise this season. On the girls' side, Smith leads a talented cast after finishing 39th in her state debut. "We will have a fairly young squad on both the guys' and girls' side with runners hungry to make their mark at Monarch," Rieder said.

 

NEDERLAND PANTHERS

Coach: Kory Skattum (second year).

Last year: Boys - Did not score at Mile High League meet. Girls - Won Class 2A state championship.

Boys returning state qualifiers: None.

Girls returning state qualifiers: Helen Cross (Jr., 1st), Meg Feeley (Sr., 60th), Megan Figgins (So., DNR), Elysia Nitsch (So., 26th), Alex Sorokach (Jr., 69th).

Other boys to watch: None.

Other girls to watch: None.

Outlook: The girls' team lost Sara Davidson, who took third at last year's state meet, but the Panthers believe they can compete at the state meet once again. Cross, meanwhile, will look to defend her individual crown after winning the 2A state race by 17 seconds.

 

NIWOT COUGARS

Coach: Kelly Christensen (third year).

Last year: Boys - Finished fourth at Class 4A state meet. Girls - Finished sixth at Class 4A state meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Benjamin Bi (Sr., 28th), Cruz Culpepper (Jr., 44th), Ares Reading (Sr., 11th), Jack Volf (Sr., 31st).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Samree Dishon (Jr., 70th), Mallory Finley (Sr., 140th), Annabelle Huddle (So., 76th), Taylor James (So., 28th), Joelle McDonald (Jr., 37th), Maggie Smith (Sr., 25th).

Other boys to watch: Caleb Bishop (Jr.), Ethan Jiang (Jr.), Jack Kenkel (Jr.).

Other girls to watch: Eva Klingbeil (Fr.), Eva Lennert (So.), Amelia Philophsky (Fr.).

Outlook: Both the Cougars' boys and girls teams made big jumps last fall and hope that adding depth to their rosters and keeping their athletes healthy will help them continue that upward trend in the coming season. Culpepper and Reading figure to lead the boys in a battle with Air Academy for the 4A state title and the Cougars girls team returns a half dozen state qualifiers from a top-six placement in 2017.

 

PEAK TO PEAK PUMAS

Coach: Kim McConnell (fifth year).

Last year: Boys - Finished third at Class 3A state meet. Girls - Won Class 3A state championship.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Will Alexander (Sr., 41st), Cole Beasley (Sr., 104th), Ben Cunningham (Sr., 119th), Justin Hager (Sr., 34th), Ryan Kuykendall (So., 40th), William Ledden (Jr., 17th), Ethan Monarski (Sr., 36th).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Allison Beasley (So., 25th), Tiana Bradfield (Sr., 3rd), Angela Li (Jr., 148th), Quinn McConnell (Sr., 1st), Anna Shults (Sr., 2nd), Elle Triem (Sr., 62nd).

Other boys to watch: Luke Doescher (Sr.).

Other girls to watch: Jenna Howard (Sr.).

Outlook: Every single one of the 13 Pumas that ran at the state meet last season is back, including the senior trio of McConnell, Shults and Bradfield that has paced back-to-back team titles for Peak to Peak. The Pumas are focusing on continued improvement and injury prevention so that at the end of the season they can put forth their best showing, which could be quite impressive given the talent both sides have to start the 2018 campaign.

 

PROSPECT RIDGE MINERS

Coach: Mary Marr (fifth year).

Last year: Boys - Finished 10th at 3A Region 3 meet. Girls - Finished sixth at 3A Region 3 meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: None.

Girls returning state qualifiers: None.

Other boys to watch: Ryan Gee (Sr.), Gabriel Rueda (So.).

Other girls to watch: Jordan Dolan (Jr.), Emily Donohoe (Sr.).

Outlook: Cross country at Prospect Ridge is in its fifth year and only second with a senior class. Both the boys' and girls' teams are young and are looking for athletes to step up into prominent roles. "Our goals for the season are to have several individuals qualify for state and place in the top five for both boys and girls at regionals," Marr said.

 

SHINING MOUNTAIN LIONS

Coach: Caileigh Colo (first year).

Last year: Boys - Finished sixth at 2A Region 1 meet. Girls - Finished fourth at Class 2A state meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Max Saliman (Sr., 12th).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Sofia Harrelson (So., 73rd), Abby Leuchten (Sr., 20th), Tess Leuchten (So., 30th), Mira Saliman (So., 87th).

Outlook: Colo takes over the program from Tyler Haughness, who stepped down after four years at the helm. The first-year coach inherits a girls' team led by senior Leutchten followed by a strong core of sophomores. On the boys' side, Saliman returns after he took 12th at state while battling back from a hip injury.

 

SILVER CREEK RAPTORS

Coach: Roger Powley (third year).

Last year: Boys - Finished third at Class 4A state meet. Girls - Finished 12th at Class 4A state meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: John Moroney (Sr., 90th), Henry Terhaar (Jr., 94th).

Girls returning state qualifiers: Hanna Burns (Sr., 92nd), Cami Fischmann (Jr., 23rd), Abby Fostveit (Jr., 75th), Alyssa Morgan (Jr., 122nd), Kylie Morgan (Jr., 131st).

Other boys to watch: Hogan Boyle (Fr.), Daniel Ford (Sr.), Jonah Tatterson (Fr.).

Other girls to watch: Lindsay Beckwith (Jr.), Briar Bell (Sr.), Olivia Hinklin (So.).

Outlook: On the boys side, the Raptors graduated five seniors from last year's seven-man state team that place third, so the 2018 season likely will be focused on rebuilding. The Raptors girls, however, return five state runners to give them a strong nucleus that could spell a top-10 finish at state if everyone improves as expected and some younger runners can take a big step forward.

 

SKYLINE FALCONS

Coach: Kyle Fujimoto (second year).

Last year: Boys - Finished eighth at 4A Region 4 meet. Girls - Finished 11th at 4A Region 4 meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: None.

Girls returning state qualifiers: None.

Other boys to watch: Andrew Brown (Sr.), Tyler Falkinburg (Jr.).

Other girls to watch: Jeanna Kilcullen (So.), Katie Nieuwlandt (Jr.).

Outlook: Without any returning state qualifiers, continued growth and the development of a winning culture will be the Falcons' focus throughout the 2018 season. To the end, the Falcons coaches are looking for each individual runner to work hard and improve on their 2017 season, which was a big step in the right direction for the program.

 

TWIN PEAKS TIMBERWOLVES

Coach: Spencer Cone (third season).

Last year: Boys - Finished 13th at Class 2A state meet. Girls - Finished third at Mile High League meet.

Boys returning state qualifiers: Andy Hernandez (So., 78th), Noah Kieser (Sr., 91st), John Morkunas (So., 102nd).

Others to watch: Garret Provow (Sr.).

Outlook: The Timberwolves qualified for state for the first time in program history a year ago and return their top three finishers in Kieser, Hernandez and Morkunas. "The team looks to build upon that success this season," Cone said. Twin Peaks does not have any girls on the team this season.

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