Blackford Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Bruins Host Blackford CC Invite

The Varsity Cross Country teams benefited from beautiful weather and a race on their home course this morning at the Blackford Invitational. The men were led by Andrew Thurman who came in 49th place. Cam Rinker ran a PR time of 20:34 to finish 65th and Jacob Clamme lowered his season best time by 14 seconds to

JH CC Competes at Oak Hill; Girls Finish 6th

The JH cross country teams traveled to Oak Hill last night for a midweek invite. The boys finished 11th of 11 teams. Noah Kitterman finished 11th to lead the Bruins. Individual Results (131 runners) Noah Kitterman, 11th Michael Freeman, 82nd Ethan Hidy, 104th Charleston Slentz, 116th Keaton Walker, 121st The girls finished 6th of 11

Bruin CC Runs at Marion Invite

The Varsity Cross Country teams ran in the Marion Invitational at Indiana Wesleyan University Saturday morning. Every runner turned in their season best time! In the first race of the day, Andrew Thurman led the boys by finishing 52nd. Logun Dienberg lowered his time by one minute and 30 seconds, while Cam Rinker and Josh Jennings’ times

Varsity Cross Country Competes at Wapahani Invite

The varsity cross country teams ran a tough, hilly course at Prairie Creek Reservoir last night as they competed in the Wapahani Invitational. Once again the teams were led by Seniors Falynne Reed, who earned a medal by finishing 7th, and Andrew Thurman, who finished with a ribbon in 15th place.  Two Bruins, Andrea Gonzalez and

Cross Country Teams Run at Northfield Invite

The Bruin cross country teams traveled to Wabash yesterday to compete in the Northfield Invite. Taking advantage of beautiful weather, the varsity cross country runners each dropped their race times across the board. The lone female, Falynne Reed, earned another medal with a 5th place finish and shaved 37 seconds off her time from last week. The

Reed 13th at Monroe Central Invite

The varsity cross country team gave a great effort at the Monroe Central Invitational. While neither the men or women had complete teams, Coach Caldwell was pleased with the individual performances at their first meet of the season. “It’s nice to get the first race under our belts and set some goals for upcoming meets.”

Gleckler Steps Down as Cross Country Coach

The Bruin coaching staff took a tough hit late this week with the resignation of cross country coach Garret Gleckler. Gleckler recently was hired as a guidance counselor at Randolph Southern Jr-Sr High School. He departs after a two-year stint as a Bruin head coach. Gleckler shared, “During my short two year stint at Blackford

Coach Glecker & CC Team Prepping for ’17 Season

Coach Garret Gleckler and his cross country Bruins are getting their miles in in preparation for the ’17 season. This is the second interview from fall coaches in regard to their upcoming seasons. Coach Gleckler could use a few more runners for ’17 as numbers are an issue at the moment. Be nice to have

CC Sends 4 to Regionals

The Blackford girls cross country team narrowly missed qualifying once again to Regionals as a team, placing 6th out of 10 teams at the competitive Marion Sectional on Saturday morning. They were, however, able to have 3 individuals qualify for the lady Bruins.  Falynne Reed placed 10th overall and was the first individual to finish

Girls 3rd, Boys 7th at CIC Meet

The Bruins took part in the CIC Cross Country Championships today at Taylor University. The girls finished 3rd overall. Falynne Reed earned All-CIC honors to lead the Lady Bruins with at 6th place finish. Natalie Thurman, Jordan Charnley, and Jamie Twibell earned All-CIC Honorable Mention honors. The girls finished 3rd of 7 full teams at CIC.