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Havre High boys' cross country wins Fergus Invite


Last updated 9/29/2021 at 7:34am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Havre's Hailey Gingery runs at the Havre Invite at Prairie Farms Golf Course earlier this month. Gingery took third place at the Fergus Invite in Lewistown on Thursday.

As the Havre High cross country teams pass the halfway point of their season, the Blue Ponies look to hit their stride as they near postseason competition. If the Fergus Invite in Lewistown on Tuesday is any indication, they might just be doing that. In Lewistown, the HHS boys team won their meet while the HHS girls team took third.

The HHS boys team took first in their race with a score of 25. Broadwater came in second with a score of 39, Lockwood came in third with a score of 76 and Plenty Coups came in fourth with a score of 96.

Caleb Tomac again had a great performance for the Ponies as he won the meet with a time of 17:21.03 for his third first-place finish this season. Many other Ponies finished in the top ten for the boys. Brody Henry took sixth place with a time of 19:47.76. Zack May finished behind him in seventh with a time of 19:52.37 while Joshua Currie took eighth with a finish of 20:02.79. Ezra Goldhahn, Ethan Durward and Carter Spangler also all finished in the top 20 on Tuesday.

The HHS girls team took third in their meet with a score of 69. Broadwater took first with a score of 21 while Lewistown took second with a score of 42.

At the meet, Hailey Gingery had her best finish of the season as she took third with a personal-best time of 21:57.2. Jayla Meldrum also ran well for the Ponies as she took 14th with a time of 24:09.82. Neveah Phillips also did well with a time of 25:11.58 to take 19th.

The Ponies hope they can carry their performance in Lewistown over to the Custer County Invitational in Miles City this Saturday. At that meet, the Ponies will again compete against teams such as Lewistown, Plenty Coups, Lockwood and Hardin. Havre will also face Billings Central, Miles City, Glendive, Glasgow, Lame Deer, Laurel, Lodge Grass, New England, Plentywood, Poplar, Powder River County, Richey-Lambert, Sidney, St. Labre Catholic, Williston, Winnett-Grass Range and Wolf Point.

Boys' Varsity Individuals

Caleb Tomac, 1st, 17:21.03; Brody Henry, 6th, 19:47.76; Zack May, 7th, 19:52.37; Joshua Currie, 8th, 20:02.79; Ezra Goldhahn, 13th, 20:16.31; Ethan Durward, 15th, 20:21.27; Carter Spangler, 19th, 20:52.17.

Girls' Varsity Individuals

Hailey Gingery, 3rd, 21:57.13; Jayla Meldrum, 14th, 24:09.82; Neveah Phillips, 19th, 25:11.58; Clara Haslem, 20th, 25:13.15; Chloe Shennum, 21st, 25:55.61; Maleigha Fuzesy, 23rd, 26:26.20; Emily Gilbertson, 25th, 28:07.33.

Boys' Junior Varsity Individuals

Nathan Gergoire, 7th, 24:31.53; Koby Preputin, 8th, 24:38.27; Wyatt Burr, 10th, 25:38.62; Ryland Horn, 12th, 28:27.37.

Girls' Junior Varsity Individuals

Mackenzie Dean, 12th, 29:24.03; Amya Custer, 17th, 30:06.87; Katie Messinger, 19th, 34:49.69.


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