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9/5/2012 8:15:00 AM
Bradshaw cross country opens season with two busy weeks
Bradshaw Mountain High’s cross country Bears warm up before their 3-mile race at a home meet this past Wednesday at Bradshaw Mountain Middle School in Dewey.
Trib Photo/Cheryl Hartz
Bradshaw Mountain High’s cross country Bears warm up before their 3-mile race at a home meet this past Wednesday at Bradshaw Mountain Middle School in Dewey.
Trib Photo/Cheryl Hartz
Bradshaw Mountain High cross country runner Desiree Woodruff glances back to check out her competition during a home meet at Bradshaw Mountain Middle School this past Wednesday.
Trib Photo/Cheryl Hartz
Bradshaw Mountain High cross country runner Desiree Woodruff glances back to check out her competition during a home meet at Bradshaw Mountain Middle School this past Wednesday.
Trib Photo/Cheryl Hartz

Cheryl Hartz
News Editor


Bradshaw Mountain's boys' and girls' cross country squads each placed second at their own season opening meet this past Wednesday.

Sunnyslope won the boys' meet with 29, followed by the Bears, with 47, and Thunderbird, 49. The Lady Bears scored 44 points to winner Sunnyslope's 21, and Thunderbirds' 55.

Saul Martinez was Bradshaw's top finisher, placing 2nd overall in 17:02. Satchel Clifford took 5th in 17:32, while Cody Sharp was 8th, 18:08. The Bears' top five included Tycien Chaney, 18:54, and Joseph Timmons, 21:25.

Leading the Lady Bears' pack was Desiree Woodruff, who placed 4th in 21:44. Sisters Hannah and Heidi Madler finished 6th and 8th, with 22:26 and 22:58, respectively. Chelsea McKenna placed 12th, 24:37, and Erika Meza was 14th, 26:25.

The meet was a good warm-up for the grueling high altitude Peaks Invitational at Buffalo Park in Flagstaff Saturday.

At Peaks, the Bears took 13th of 17 teams in the Summit Race. Sharp paced them with 19:23, finishing 54th out of 115 runners. Alex Villagran was 60th, 19:42; Chaney, 62nd, 19:46; Clifford, 68th, 19:52; and Martinez, 83rd, 20:24.

The Lady Bears placed 12th, with the Madler sisters crossing the line together in 23:55 for 48th (Heidi) and 49th (Hannah) place. Woodruff, 55th, 24:40, Meza, 65th, 26:09, and Abigail Kelley 78th, 33:03, rounded out the field of 79 runners.

Bradshaw travels to Phoenix Washington today, and Saturday will compete against some 20 teams at the annual Ray Wherley Invitational on the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University campus in Prescott.

Related Stories:
• Bradshaw cross country hosts small Invitational
• BMHS delivers cross country 'Surprise' to Youngker, Shadow Ridge
• Ray Wherley meet has faster course thanks to monsoons
• Young Bradshaw cross country squad surprises coach


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