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HNHS girls' cross country team scores a perfect 15 to win NCC championship
Thursday, October 4, 2012 12:11 PM
The Huntington North High School girls' varsity cross country team won the North Central Conference championship in impressive fashion, sweeping the first five places for a perfect score of 15 on Tuesday, Oct. 2 at Indiana Wesleyan University, in Marion.
Kayla Patrick led the way for the Lady Vikings, finishing first in 19:51.68.
After Patrick, Hannah Stoffel finished second in 20:07.59, Robyn Karst placed third in 20:12.74, Marie Ditzler snagged fourth in 20:34.28 and Karson Rowe secured fifth in 20:46.52 to complete the team's flawless day.
Marissa Jamison came in sixth for HNHS and seventh overall in 20:52.24 and Stephanie McElhaney was seventh for the Lady Vikes and eighth overall in 20:39.30 to round out the team.
Marion came in second with a score of 65 and Logansport's tally of 91 was good for third.
HNHS head coach Don Cotton won Coach of the Year honors.