1) Alissa Landers (Lakeside); Kirsten Landry (Ascension Episcopal): Alicia Stamey (EHS)- Things were much simpler during cross country. Indoor track has thrown a wrench in the rankings among the top three runners in the state. Our heir apparent after XC, Kirsten Landry, only ran one indoor meet in which she ran 12:04 for 3200. Alissa Landers, 2A XC champion and owner of some good track credentials from last year, did not compete at the state indoor championship either. Our pre-XC #1, Alicia Stamey, was runner-up in 2A for XC but added an indoor title in the 1600 and a runner-up spot in the 800. Based on the past two seasons, all girls enter the outdoor season ranked #1 though Stamey has the momentum to finish the year in the top spot.
4) Hayley Schwab (EHS)- After a 3rd place finish at state in XC, Schwab came back with a vengeance indoors, ripping an 11:35 at the state meet for the title.
5) Sophie Daigle (Ascension Catholic)- Daigle was runner-up to Landry in 1A XC and runner-up to Stamey in D2 1600. She’s run 18:18 and 5:20 so far this year.
6) Gabriella Chauvin (SJA)- Had a runner-up indoors in the D1 1600 with a time of 5:21.
7) Tara Stuntz (Dutchtown)- XC 5A runner up was also 4th indoors in the D1 1600.
8) Ally McCulley (Mandeville)- 3rd in XC for 5A, 6th indoors for the 1600.
9) Gentry Jaquet (Lafayette)- Her indoor PR of 2:23 came in the right meet as she finished with a 3rd place medal in D1.
10) Annie Hill (SJA)- Finished XC with a 5th place spot in 5A and then had good marks of 2:28/5:28 indoors but did not compete in an individual event at the state meet.