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CROSS COUNTRY: Mia Hoffmann tops field as Bemidji girls, boys both take 3rd

Mia Hoffmann has added another win to her resume. The Bemidji High School girls cross country runner topped the field at the Bagley Invitational on Tuesday, finishing in 20:18.3, over six seconds ahead of the second-place finisher.

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BAGLEY – Mia Hoffmann has added another win to her resume.

The Bemidji High School girls cross country runner topped the field at the Bagley Invitational on Tuesday, finishing in 20:18.3, over six seconds ahead of the second-place finisher.

Both Lumberjack cross country teams found themselves in the upper echelon at the event – the boys and girls both finished third among double-digit teams. The boys had 117 points, 42 behind second-place Lake Park-Audubon, while the girls finished with 65 points, just two back of Perham.

Park Rapids took home the team win for both boys and girls, earning 19 points on the boys side and 54 on the girls.

Regan DeWitt also posted a strong finish for the girls, taking fourth with a time of 20:58.2. Rounding out the team score for Bemidji were Josey LaValley (22nd, 22:56.9), Addison Maish (27th, 23:11.6) and Aubrey DeWitt (34th, 23:46.2).

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Brett Kurschner had the best finish for the boys, taking 14th place in 17:58.2. Will Termont was right behind him, finishing 15th in 18:14.5. Ashton Niemi (17th, 18:16.4), Isaac Schouten (41st, 20:08.9) and Sidney Kingbird-Haugen (53rd, 20:34.8) also contributed to the team score.

Noah Huot of Park Rapids took first place for the boys with a time of 16:43.9.

BHS returns to competition for the Roy Griak Invitational at 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 23, in St. Paul.

Boys Team Results

1-Park Rapids 19; 2-Lake Park-Audubon 75; 3-Bemidji 117; 4-East Grand Forks 129; 5-Pelican Rapids 133; 6-Perham 166; 7-Roseau/Badger 187; 8-Warroad 192; 9-Frazee 208; 10-Parkers Prairie 230; 11-West Marshall 320; 12-Red Lake County Central 324.

Girls Team Results

1-Park Rapids 54; 2-Perham 63; 3-Bemidji 65; 4-United North Central 89; 5-International Falls 125; 6-Warroad 154; 7-West Marshall 159; 8-Roseau/Badger 209; 9-Frazee 225; 10-Ada-Borup-West 238.

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