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Kewaunee High School

Storm cross country takes advantage of fast Bremser course

Fast competition usually leads to faster times, and that was the case for the Kewaunee cross country teams on Thursday at the Bremser Invite hosted by Mishicot.


Every runner set a season best and five set personal records as the Storm boys earned a sixth-place finish with 181 points. Christopher Cullen led the way with an 11th place finish and a time of 17:57 on the 5K course. 

1.11.11Christopher Cullen17:57.21PRKewaunee

2.32.11James Joski19:18.44PRKewaunee

3.48.10Christian Hall20:07.84PRKewaunee

4.52.10Alejandro Martin20:21.18PRKewaunee

5.65.12Matt Wery20:50.07PRKewaunee

6.67.10Lucas Martin20:53.03 SRKewaunee

7.69.12Mitchell Swagel21:13.52 SRKewaunee


Hannah Miller came up 16 seconds shy of winning her first race against conference rival Brooke Strege, running a personal record of 20:39. The Storm girls took 8th overall with a point total of 211. All six Storm runners for the girls team registered personal records.

1.2.9Hannah Miller20:39.93PRKewaunee

2.42.11Fany Pecout24:29.67PRKewaunee

3.63.12Trinidad Diaz26:25.41PRKewaunee

4.64.9Chyanne Robinson26:26.56PRKewaunee

5.73.10Lily Hudson26:49.68PRKewaunee

6.92.9Emily Vogeltanz30:23.96PRKewaunee