Cross country season ends
October 31, 2019
The Green River High School cross country team’s season wrapped up at the State meet in Star Valley over the weekend.
Overall, the boys finished 11th out of 13 teams, scoring 299 points. The team finished ahead of Cheyenne South and Thunder Basin.
The top finisher for the boys was junior Greg Sherwin, who has led the Wolves’ times throughout the season. He took 17th with a time of 17:34.57.
Other Wolves competing were freshman Ezekiel Reading, taking 46th at 18:26.39; freshman Hale Iwen, who placed 77th with a time of 19:35.29; freshman Shay O’Melia, who placed 79th at 19:59.06; freshman Christion Worden, 80th with a time of 19:52.69; junior Jared Westenskow, 87th at 20:57.40 and junior Troy Owens who finished 89th at 22:50.17.
The girls were unable to field a team, but individual runners took park in the competition. Sophomore Madison Yoak led the Lady Wolves’ efforts with a 19th place finish with a time of 20:38.65. Other Lady Wolves competing were freshman Shelby Carson, finishing 76th at 25:17.25; freshman Tayana Eychner, who took 80th at 27:19.94 and freshman Heather Allison, who placed 81st at 32:29.10.
The season wraps up with Sherwin and Yoak earning All-Conference honors for their runs at Conference.