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By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 

Braylon Miller Leads Longhorns At Kimball Invite

 

September 15, 2022

Daria Anderson-Faden

Braylon Miller cruised to 19th place at the Kimball Invitational XC meet at the Four Winds Golf Course. Braylon was the top runner for Kimball.

It was a beautiful cool day for the 2022 Kimball XC Invitational at the Four Winds Golf Course.

The invite combined middle school and high school runners from eastern Wyoming and the Panhandle of Nebraska.

Junior Shannen Acheson was the lone Kimball female runner.

This is her first year of high school competition. With almost 50 girls competing, Shannen placed 32nd with a time of 26.46.62.

Kimball's junior Braylon Miller ran 19th in 20:32.80.

Then in quick succession, Xavier Thomas-Lewis placed 25th and Braxton Miller was 26th place. Their times were 21:05.54 and 21:06.68.

Joseph Bremer placed 31st and Wyatt Cords was 37th. Rounding out the Kimball team, sophomores Jacob Wendt and Patrick Howard in 44th and 46th place and freshmen Eddie Duran and Peter Russel in 49th and 51st place.

Kimball junior high girls placed 5th out of eight teams with Emmaline Tabor taking top honors for Kimball with 15th and Charlotte Bremer in 21st place.

The mile and a half route additionally saw Aundrea Christiansen find 26th place and Deanna Solis in 32 place. McKenzie Howard placed 47th in the middle school division.

In the boys middle school Trey Cook placed 11th out of 78 middle school boys competing, his time was 10:30.71.

Wyatt Cook placed 52nd, followed by Connor Markum in 54th place and Kip Gillming cruised to 64 place.

 
 

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