2016-10-20 / Sports

St. Ignace, Cedarville, Rudyard Compete in Autumn Classic


At left: Runners Callie Kammers (from left), Mia Singleton, Rosy Shimkovitz, Caitlynn Dean, Emma Bohn, and Alyssa Cloud get off to a good start Saturday, October 15, at the Rudyard Autumn Classic. (Photograph courtesy of Mary Cullen) At left: Runners Callie Kammers (from left), Mia Singleton, Rosy Shimkovitz, Caitlynn Dean, Emma Bohn, and Alyssa Cloud get off to a good start Saturday, October 15, at the Rudyard Autumn Classic. (Photograph courtesy of Mary Cullen) The 2016 Rudyard Autumn Classic cross country meet took place Saturday, October 15, in Rudyard.

In the varsity men’s division, Sault Ste. Marie took first place in the large school category, with 54 points, followed by Munising, with 148, and St. Ignace with 258. In the small school category, Brimley took first place with 79 points, followed by North Trail, 88, Newberry, 118, Rudyard, 135, Rogers City, 146, Cedarville, 150, and Ojibwa Charter, 223.

The Munising varsity girls took first place among big schools, with 44 points, followed by Sault Ste. Marie, 54, and St. Ignace 96. With the small schools, Rogers City came in first with 100, followed by Newberry, 130, Cedarville, 137, and Rudyard, 142.

Boys Team Results

Brimley: Austin Plotkin, first in 17:41; Marcus Harris, eighth in 18:49; Nathan Recla, 13th in 19:26; Danny Anderson, 24th in 20:06; Brendan Mather, 33rd in 20:33.

Cedarville: Thomas Bohn, third in 18:04; Avry Freel, sixth in 18:47; Jonah Miller, 38th in 21:17.

Rudyard: Payton Cheney, seventh in 18:47; Robert Malaski, 23rd in 20:03; Larry Laponsie, 31st in 20:33; Tanner Norton; 35th in 20:46; Billy Bonnee, 39th in 21:18; Jesse Carter-Powell, 41st in 21:34; Dillon Curtis, 43rd in 21:39.

St. Ignace: Anthony Barkley, 48th in 23:01. Girls Team Results

Cedarville: Emma Bohn, third in 21:34; Alyssa Cloud, 16th in 24:17.

St. Ignace: Callie Kammers, seventh in 22:30; Rosy Shimkovitz, ninth in 22:48; Caitlynn Dean, 22nd in 25:09; Mia Singleton, 23rd in 25:34; Madison Barkley, 35th in 29:48.

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