Lady Panthers cross country takes 12th as a team at state championship meet

The Rangely High School girls cross country team finished 12th in a field of 20 teams from around the state last week. (Left to right) senior RaeLynn Norman, freshman Aliyah Jackson, freshman Mary Scoggins and junior Chloe Filfred. MATT SCOGGINS PHOTO

RANGELY | The lady Panthers cross country team finished 12th at the state championships this past weekend at the Norris Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs.

One hundred and fourteen girls lined up at the starting line from 29 different schools with 20 full teams competing for a state championship. Leading the charge for the Panthers was freshman Mary Scoggins who finished 21st with a time of 21:57. Aliyah Jackson, also a freshman, crossed the finish line next in 52nd with a time of 23:26 and just a few steps back was senior RaeLynn Norman with a time of 23:47 for 61st place. Junior Chloe Filfred closed things out for the Panthers in 84th place in a time of 25:21. It was a great weekend for the girls and a bright future for Rangely cross country.

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