By Gwendolyne Honrud
The Courier 

GMS Cross Country Teams Run in Fort Peck

Girls Take Fourth, Boys Place Fifth


September 22, 2021

Gwendolyne Honrud / The Courier

GMS cross country runner KImber Dulaney is all alone as the legs it out to the finish line at the Glasgow Invitational in Fort Peck Sept. 18.

The Glasgow Middle School harriers hit the course in front of a home crowd on Saturday at Kiwanis Park in Fort Peck. The girls team placed fourth and the boys earned fifth place.

Kimber Dulaney / For the Courier

Rowen Kloker legs it out during the Glasgow Invitational cross country meet in Fort Peck Sept. 18.

Eighth-grader Kimber Dulaney led the Scottie girls, and all runners, with her 10:10.82 run for first place. Haleigh Huntsman, seventh grade, placed fourth overall with her 10:29.48 run. Eighth-grader Josie Kemp ran an 11:26.24 to place 13th. Seventh-graders Rebekah Bailey finished in 31st and Aspen Probert in 37th with their times of 13:09.92 and 13:26.40, respectively. Caylen Jankowski, eight grade, finished in 38th place with her time of 13:27.04. Karsyn Sillerud ran a 16:34.94 to finish in 45th place.

The Scottie boys were led by seventh-grader Rowen Kloker who ran a 10:50.11 to finish in 14th place. Fellow seventh-grader Timothy Pearson finished in 15th with his 10:52.44 run. Sixth-graders Garrett Thompson finished in 17th place after running the course in 11:01.61 and Jack Milam ran a 12:28.93 for 36th place. Aaron Mickelson, sixth-grader, finished in 47th after running a 14:05.97. Alex Earll, sixth-grader, ran a 15:00.48 for 48th place.

The GMS harriers will be in Frazer this Thursday, Sept. 23 for the Frazer Invitational.


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