Both the boys and girls combined cross-county team, coached by Dan Moody of Enterprise, showed they had what it takes at the 42 Annual Catherine Creek Scamper meet in Union County.

The lady Outlaws placed first with 52 points, well ahead of second-place Union. Ellyse Tingelstad showed up in first place with a time of 21:51 while Kyla Hook was hot on her heels in second place at 22:20. Ashley Wilson also finished in the top 10, placing ninth with 23:14.

The freshman boys proved that team’s backbone as they finished third in a 12-team field. Freshman Henry Coughlan led the team with a 18:11 sixth place finish. Bayden Menton and Zac Knapp, also freshmen, finished in 12th and 13th places, with times of 19:06 and 19:08, respectively.

The Outlaws next compete at the Bob Firman Invitational at Eagle Island State Park in Idaho Sept 21-22.

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