Broncos take second at invite

syeagle@lsjournal.comSeptember 11, 2013 

The Lee’s Summit North boys’ cross country team finished first in their own Kris Solsberg Invitational held Sept. 7 at Longview.

The Broncos had a team score of 43 points and were led by Kyle Dean in second with a time of 11 minutes, 05.52 seconds.

Sam Stockman took fourth with a time of 11:12.79, Brian Green finished fifth with a time of 11:15.87, Brent Kilgore took 10th with a time of 11:36.21, Ian Dinkins placed 22nd with a time of 12:04.4, Derek Moores took 27th with a time of 12:11.23 and Zion Harris finished 36th with a time of 12:26.23.

Lee’s Summit West took second with a team score of 78 points.

The Titans were led by Sam Kliensasser in seventh with a time of 11:28.56, followed by Peyton Burlingame in ninth with 11:31.22, Trevor Butler in 16th with 11:53.27, Max Lyons in 20th with 12:01.04, Brayden Presley in 26th with 12:19, Austin Whitney in 34th with 12:24.21 and Dillon Manthey in 44th with a time of 12:47.02.

Lee’s Summit followed in third place with a score of 82 points.

The Tigers were led by Ian Nickens in 12th place with a time of 11:42.02. Gavin Tracy took 14th with a time of 11:47.3, Louie Bertoncin placed 15th with a time of 11:51.24, Chris Mitchell finished 18th with a time of 11:55.98, David Swed took 23rd with a time of 12:06.18, Noah wood placed 37th with a time of 12:29.01 and Kendall King finished 53rd with a time of 13:05.72.

The Lee’s Summit North girls also competed in the invitational, taking second with a team score of 41 points, behind St. Teresa’s Academy in first with 37 points.

The Broncos were led by Elizabeth Carpino in fourth with a time of 13:16.71 and Jesse Dinkins in fifth with a time of 13:30.22.

Danielle Rock placed eighth with a time of 13:46.58, Mandi Murphy took 12th with a time of 13:57.74, Faith Thomas finished 17th with a time of 14:14.31, Kaylyn Gasser placed 24th with a time of 14:26.03 and Alicia Dunton took 25th with a time of 14:27.41.

Lee's Summit Journal is pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news. Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper. We encourage lively, open debate on the issues of the day, and ask that you refrain from profanity, hate speech, personal comments and remarks that are off point. Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.

Commenting FAQs | Terms of Service