Maple Grove Senior Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Cross Country: Crimson sweep Champlin Park (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports Maple Grove defeated Champlin Park in both the varsity girls and boys cross country races Thursday. The Crimson girls beat the Rebels 21-40 with Lindsey Young of Maple Grove winning medalist honors, placing first in a time of 19:12. The Rebels’ Abby Hibbs finished second in 19:48. Maple Grove runners

Cross Country: Turn in impressive performances

Maple Grove’s boys’ and girls’ cross country teams each turned in impressive performances, taking first in a triangular meet on Thursday, Sept. 17, at Majestic Oaks Golf Course in Blaine. The Crimson boys had five runners place in the top 10 to edge the host Bengals by four points. Anoka was third. Eighth-grader Gannon Farrens

Cross Country: Boys team heads to State; Young as individual (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Section 5AA cross country meet featured a number of local state qualifiers. The Maple Grove boys finished second as a team behind Mounds View to advance to the state meet. Charlie Caven (sixth) was the top Maple Grove runner. C.J. Young (tenth) also cracked the top ten for the

Cross Country: Boys 1st, Girls 2nd in NWSC meet

The Maple Grove boys captured the Northwest Suburban Conference Cross Country Championship at Elk River on October 10th. Led by seniors CJ Young and Charles Caven, the Crimson ran away from the 14-team field with 64 points. Second-place Armstrong had 114. On a wet and soggy afternoon, Young took third in a time of 16:50.9

Girls XC: Team runs at St. Olaf Showcase

Seniors Christina Bolcer (left) and Lauren Tillman are two of the top runners on the M Maple Grove cross country team. (Photo by Bob San) The Maple Grove girls’ cross country team took ninth place out of 34 teams at the St. Olaf Showcase Meet Aug. 29. Seven athletes form each varsity team ran,with the

Girls XC: Team returns all of last year’s top runners

With all their top runners returning, the Maple Grove girls’ cross country team is looking for a successful 2019 season. “We have a talented group of runners returning this year,” Crimson coach Jen Riewe said. “Our entire varsity squad is back and is looking stronger and faster than ever.” Leading the Crimson are the top