Wrangell Sentinel -

By Dan Rudy 

Cross-country takes silver in State meet


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At left, Reyn Hutten holds up her medals with fellow 2A division runners after the State Cross-Country Tournament in Anchorage last Saturday. A senior, Hutten took second for her division and eighth overall for the 1-3A schools.

Wrangell High School's representative to the state-level cross-country meet in Anchorage came away with silver.

Running on Saturday, senior Reyn Hutten had finished the challenging Bartlett High School course in second place for the 2A division, and finished in eighth overall for the 1-3A runners.

The two-lap course is a notoriously difficult one, explained Wrangell coach Jenn Davies. Steep, rolling hills force runners to change pace, pushing their abilities to suit the terrain. As a result, the course is short but intense. Runners benefitted from good weather at least, sunny but not overly...

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