Gallery: Saline Cross Country Girls Run at A2 Running Co. Early Bird

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 09/02/2016 - 00:06

The Saline girls cross country teams ran at the Ann Arbor Running Company Saline Hornet Early Bird meet at Huron Meadows Metropark Thursday afternoon.

Pioneer’s Anne Forsythe was in mid-season form, winning the race by 20 seconds in 17;56.

Saline’s top runner was sophomore Emma Cummings, who ran the 5K event in 20:22.81, which put her in 17th place in the 272-girl race. Behind her was Katelyn Szafranski, a freshman. She finished 18th in 20:27.03. Another freshman, Ella Woehlke, was 20th in 20:29.4. Junior Rebecca Cantrell was 25th in 20:45.79. Sophomore Alexa Stern was 31st in 21:01.09.

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Ann Arbor Running Company 3 Stars:

  1. Emma Cummings: The last of the Cummings sisters ran a good race. Here time of 20:22.9 would have been her fourth best in last year’s 10-race season.
  2. Katelyn Szafranski – In her first 5K race, the freshman ran a strong race. Get accustomed to seeing this name.
  3. Ella Woehlke – In her first 5K Woehlke placed 20th in a 272-girl race. That’s a great way to start your high school career.


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