Cross-Country: PR-B competes in Pillager

Pine River-Backus Cross-Country

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PILLAGER — Ethan Burns and Reece Trumble paced the Pine River-Backus boys’ cross-country team to a second-place finish at the Pillager Invitational on Thursday, Sept. 22, at Madden’s Resort.

Burns finished 16th with a time of 22:27.7, while Trumble was two spots behind with a time of 23:17.1.

For the Tiger girls, Ashlee Crawford led the way with an 18th-place finish and a time of 27:50.2. She was immediately followed by teammates Kenzlee Sawyer, Kelsey Bergem and River Crawford.

Boys results

Team scores: 1-Bertha-Hewitt 15, 2-New York Mills 50

Individual winner: Brady Rach (BH) 18:42.1

Pine River-Backus results: 16-Ethan Burns 22:27.7, 18-Reece Trumble 23:17.1, 26-Dennis Rahm 26:12.1

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Girls results

Team scores: 1-Pillager 33, 2-Bertha-Hewitt 45, 3-New York Mills 51, 4-Pine River-Backus 95

Individual winner: Jada Goeson (NYM) 21:53.2

Pine River-Backus results:18-Ashlee Crawford 27:50.2, 19-Kenzlee Sawyer 28:34.9, 20-Kelsey Bergem 28:38.7, 21-River Crawford 28:39.7, 22-Jovi Borland 28:45.6, Ava Deplazes 32:28.9

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