The Tigers cross country teams faced off with some tough competition at its own invite, but walked away proud.

On the boys side, BRF would have its highest place finisher as Adam Wiesender came in seventh.

It would be awhile before another Tiger crossed the finish line with teammate John Kramer reaching the end in 34th place.

BRF would have a hard time competing against schools like Marshfield who simply had more bodies competing than the Tigers.

As a team, the Tigers boys would come in at sixth place, just barely behind West Salem.

The girls team faced similar successes and problems as the boys side with strong performances overshadowed by the sheer numbers of the other schools.

Ellie Dolesy would be the top place finisher for the BRF squad, rounding out the top 20 with her finish.

The next highest Tiger would be Zyanna Deloney who came in 43rd.

As a team, BRF girls also claimed top-10 honors by taking tenth place overall just behind Durand.

The next event for the Tigers would be up in Osseo-Fairchild where the Tigers improved upon its performance.

Wiesender came in one spot sooner taking sixth place overall. Teammate Matthew Becker sneaked in to the top 20 with his 19th place finish.

Bennet Bucek and Kramer finished 25th and 29th respectively.

The boys squad was able to pull out a fifth place finish this go around, just behind Eau Claire Immanuel.

Tigers girls saw similar improvement as Dolesy jumped to a 14th place finish while Deloney came in 17th.

The next highest would be Sabreya Crawford who came in 53rd place.

Overall the girls squad finished this time at eighth place, barely betting out the home team Osseo-Fairchild.


Stephen Knoll is a reporter for Jackson County Chronicle. Contact him at 715-284-0085.

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