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2021 CROSS COUNTRY SEASON WRAP UP
The Logan View Cross Country teams recently wrapped up their season.  It was a great season that had many highlights.  The girls team brought home two trophies this season (runner-up at both the Logan View and Schuyler Invites).  Each member ran at least one PR (personal record) this season, and some had multiple PRs.  
 
Individually, a few made the record boards.  Kayl Francis now sits at #12 on the all-time list in a 5K race, while Sam Peters is #14 all-time.  Kayl is #10 on the all-time senior list, and Sam Peters is #3 on the all-time sophomore list.  Malorie Weaklend became the #2 all-time fastest girl in school history in a 5K, while many of her teammates added their name to the record board.  Maelee Beacom (#4), Keegan Francis (#6), Brooklyn Reynolds (#10), and Cassie Harrington (#14) all moved up or onto the record boards at season's end.  Qualifying for the State Meet in Kearney were Kayl Francis, Sam Peters, and Malorie Weaklend.
 
The three seniors, Brooklyn Reynolds, Maelee Beacom, and Kayl Francis, had four very strong years of competing for Logan View Cross Country teams. Brooklyn has earned five race medals in her high school career.  She has been a member of two teams that qualified for the State Meet in Kearney.  She has been a four-year varsity runner who helped her team receive four runner-up trophies and three championship trophies in those four years.  One of those team plaques was a Conference runner-up in 2018, and another was a team District championship in 2018.  Brooklyn now owns the tenth-fastest 5K time in Logan View school history.  Maelee has earned twenty race medals in her high school career.  She has been a member of two teams that qualified for the State Meet in Kearney.  Individually qualifying last year, she has run in the State meet three times.  She has been a four-year varsity runner who helped her team receive four runner-up trophies and three championship trophies in those four years.  One of those team plaques was a Conference runner-up in 2018, and another was a team District championship in 2018.  Maelee now owns the fourth-fastest 5K time in Logan View school history.   Kayl has earned nineteen race medals in his high school career.  He has been a member of a team that qualified for the State Meet in Kearney.  Qualifying twice individually, Kayl has raced in the State Meet a total of three times.  He has been a four-year varsity runner who helped his team receive one championship trophy, and a third-place Conference team plaque.  Kayl now owns the twelfth-fastest 5K in Logan View school history. 
 
For everything, and then some more, we say Thank You and Congratulations, Logan View Cross Country runners!