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Postby option1520 » Fri Mar 02, 2007 8:27 pm

who is gonna be the distance stand out this year for class b
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Postby koopa » Fri Mar 02, 2007 9:53 pm

????????????????????
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Postby koopa » Fri Mar 02, 2007 9:53 pm

hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?????????????????????

maybe it could be Patrick Wolf?
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Postby flyguy » Sun Mar 04, 2007 8:30 am

Yea in Class B top runners will be:

-Patrick Wolf(New Town)Will Be Champion In 1600,3200

-Dylan Yodar(Rugby)

-Dustin Bartsch(Minot Ryan)

-Josh Kirkaldie(New Town)

-Ronnie Kyllo(May-Port CG)

-Devin Monson(Thompson)

Top Class A Runners:

-Sam Larson(Jamestown)

-Andrew Reichenberg(Bismarck)

-Joash Osoro(St. Marys)

-Lyle Witham(Bismarck)

- Devin Huizenga(Bismarck/St. Marys)

-Jake Martel(Bismarck)
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Postby SportsAreLife » Sun Mar 04, 2007 9:34 am

flyguy wrote:Yea in Class B top runners will be:

-Patrick Wolf(New Town)Will Be Champion In 1600,3200

-Dylan Yodar(Rugby)

-Dustin Bartsch(Minot Ryan)

-Josh Kirkaldie(New Town)

-Ronnie Kyllo(May-Port CG)

-Devin Monson(Thompson)

Top Class A Runners:

-Sam Larson(Jamestown)

-Andrew Reichenberg(Bismarck)

-Joash Osoro(St. Marys)

-Lyle Witham(Bismarck)

- Devin Huizenga(Bismarck/St. Marys)

-Jake Martel(Bismarck)
Gabe Fettig from Killdeer and Jake Braunberger from Trinity won't be bad for Class B
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Postby flyguy » Sun Mar 04, 2007 9:45 am

SportsAreLife wrote:
flyguy wrote:Yea in Class B top runners will be:

-Patrick Wolf(New Town)Will Be Champion In 1600,3200

-Dylan Yodar(Rugby)

-Dustin Bartsch(Minot Ryan)

-Josh Kirkaldie(New Town)

-Ronnie Kyllo(May-Port CG)

-Devin Monson(Thompson)

Top Class A Runners:

-Sam Larson(Jamestown)

-Andrew Reichenberg(Bismarck)

-Joash Osoro(St. Marys)

-Lyle Witham(Bismarck)

- Devin Huizenga(Bismarck/St. Marys)

-Jake Martel(Bismarck)
Gabe Fettig from Killdeer and Jake Braunberger from Trinity won't be bad for Class B


Yea Gabe Fettig is a good choice but somewhat inconsistent.

Does Jake braunberger run for DHS or trinity because he was tought for DHS Cross Country?
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Postby nantuckett » Sun Mar 04, 2007 9:55 am

ahhh yeah the distance runners htis year are going to be crazy, i think its going to be really close in the 800-3200 events this year
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Postby SportsAreLife » Sun Mar 04, 2007 3:20 pm

flyguy wrote:
SportsAreLife wrote:
flyguy wrote:Yea in Class B top runners will be:

-Patrick Wolf(New Town)Will Be Champion In 1600,3200

-Dylan Yodar(Rugby)

-Dustin Bartsch(Minot Ryan)

-Josh Kirkaldie(New Town)

-Ronnie Kyllo(May-Port CG)

-Devin Monson(Thompson)

Top Class A Runners:

-Sam Larson(Jamestown)

-Andrew Reichenberg(Bismarck)

-Joash Osoro(St. Marys)

-Lyle Witham(Bismarck)

- Devin Huizenga(Bismarck/St. Marys)

-Jake Martel(Bismarck)
Gabe Fettig from Killdeer and Jake Braunberger from Trinity won't be bad for Class B


Yea Gabe Fettig is a good choice but somewhat inconsistent.

Does Jake braunberger run for DHS or trinity because he was tought for DHS Cross Country?
He runs for Trinity because they don't have a cross country program, so he and his sister run for DHS cross country
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Postby koopa » Mon Mar 05, 2007 8:58 am

i heard that he transferred
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Postby Mauer07 » Mon Mar 05, 2007 6:56 pm

no he is still a Titan
You can't measure the heart of a champion
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Postby Mauer07 » Mon Mar 05, 2007 7:46 pm

koopa wrote:i heard that he transferred

actually I just heard that today he is considering to go over there:bye:
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Postby option1520 » Tue Mar 06, 2007 4:43 am

so who all placed last year at state i heard there was 4 sophomores and 4 seniors who is the best out of the returners
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Postby SportsAreLife » Tue Mar 06, 2007 10:11 am

option1520 wrote:so who all placed last year at state i heard there was 4 sophomores and 4 seniors who is the best out of the returners

I think it would be pretty easy to say that Patrick Wolf of New Town would be the best returning runner. It's already been posted that it is probably Patrick Wolf.
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Postby flyguy » Tue Mar 06, 2007 1:47 pm

Patrick Wolf is gonna win the 3200 and 1600 hands downs and will do good in the 800.

Sam Larson should win the 3200 and 1600 pretty easy and also the front runner in the 800.
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Postby flyguy » Tue Mar 20, 2007 6:28 pm

Wow after the UMARY WDA INDOOR the distance is looking PACKED very hard to place this year.To go to state you are gonna have to qualify by time not place.
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Postby fruit snack » Wed Mar 21, 2007 5:17 am

look out for the freshman kelby houchin, i beleive hes from WC....i heard hes a force to be reckon with
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Postby koopa » Wed Mar 21, 2007 6:05 pm

what events does he do?
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Postby SportsAreLife » Wed Mar 21, 2007 6:18 pm

fruit snack, I love the quote dog.
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Postby koopa » Wed Mar 21, 2007 6:21 pm

i like ur quote the best SportsAreLife
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Postby SportsAreLife » Wed Mar 21, 2007 6:25 pm

Thanks koopa. You got a pretty nice one yourself.
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Postby grizz » Tue Mar 27, 2007 9:55 am

SportsAreLife wrote:I think it would be pretty easy to say that Patrick Wolf of New Town would be the best returning runner. It's already been posted that it is probably Patrick Wolf.

He ran a 4:41 mile yesterday at the U-Mary indoor meet. Thats pretty amazing for it being the first track meet, and being indoors. He also ran a 2:08 in the 8 open. He is a great runner.
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Postby flyguy » Tue Mar 27, 2007 6:50 pm

grizz wrote:
SportsAreLife wrote:I think it would be pretty easy to say that Patrick Wolf of New Town would be the best returning runner. It's already been posted that it is probably Patrick Wolf.

He ran a 4:41 mile yesterday at the U-Mary indoor meet. Thats pretty amazing for it being the first track meet, and being indoors. He also ran a 2:08 in the 8 open. He is a great runner.

Just a comparison between class A and class B. 3 class A runners have run sub 4:35.
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Postby koopa » Tue Mar 27, 2007 7:10 pm

[user=2448]flyguy[/user] wrote:
grizz wrote:
SportsAreLife wrote:I think it would be pretty easy to say that Patrick Wolf of New Town would be the best returning runner. It's already been posted that it is probably Patrick Wolf.

He ran a 4:41 mile yesterday at the U-Mary indoor meet. Thats pretty amazing for it being the first track meet, and being indoors. He also ran a 2:08 in the 8 open. He is a great runner.

Just a comparison between class A and class B. 3 class A runners have run sub 4:35.

class A should be doing better than class B. Patrick Wolf is a natural. give him another week and he'll be under 4:35 easy
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Postby flyguy » Sun Apr 01, 2007 5:50 pm

koopa wrote:[user=2448]flyguy[/user] wrote:
grizz wrote:
SportsAreLife wrote:I think it would be pretty easy to say that Patrick Wolf of New Town would be the best returning runner. It's already been posted that it is probably Patrick Wolf.

He ran a 4:41 mile yesterday at the U-Mary indoor meet. Thats pretty amazing for it being the first track meet, and being indoors. He also ran a 2:08 in the 8 open. He is a great runner.

Just a comparison between class A and class B. 3 class A runners have run sub 4:35.

class A should be doing better than class B. Patrick Wolf is a natural. give him another week and he'll be under 4:35 easy

Yea and also add Colin Parrish into thr sub 435 group him and larson ran a good race in fargo.
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Postby koopa » Mon Apr 02, 2007 11:40 am

colin impressed me with that run
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