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CROSS COUNTRY

The tag CROSS COUNTRY is for the prep cross country events.

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Mia Hoffmann’s accomplishment punctuated a full day for the Lumberjacks. The boys placed 13th as a team, while the girls had a pair of runners in action as individuals.
Competing at the Section 8-3A meet for a chance to make it to state, the Lumberjacks lost key runner Ashton Niemi midway through the race. That forced Isaac Schouten and Sam Gifford to rise to the occasion and help close out the team score.
The BHS boys team finished second in its competition and advanced to the state meet as a team, while Mia Hoffmann and Regan DeWitt qualified for state as individuals on the girls side.
Hosting numerous teams at a home invite, Bemidji topped both the boys and girls individual fields. Will Termont led the boys with a time of 16:38.3, and Mia Hoffmann paced the girls in 19:34.8. Right behind Hoffmann was Regan DeWitt, who took second in the girls competition with a time of 19:59.8.
The Bemidji High School cross country team had some top performances on each side of the gender divide at an invite in Perham on Thursday.
Mia Hoffmann finished her race in 18:58.1, which was 16 seconds better than the field. It’s the second time in the past three meets that she’s taken first place.

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With a combined 979 individuals running within their divisions, the Bemidji High School cross country teams tested their stuff against a giant field on Friday at the Roy Griak Invitational in St. Paul.
The Bemidji State women’s cross country team powered into the top half of the field at the massive Roy Griak Invitational, taking 14th place among 30 teams in the Maroon division on Friday in St. Paul.
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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