Region 4A too fast, Tigers/Lady Tigers can’t make state

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By Jay Davis

The Tigers did not have a runner qualify for state at the Region 4A Cross Country Meet in Chamberlain on Wednesday, but it was not for the lack of trying.
The boys’ division was maybe the fastest region in the state with 13 runners coming in under 18 minutes and the top 33 all breaking the 20-minute mark.
“Unfortunately for us,” said coach Stephen Hettick. “Our runners pushed as hard as they could and left it all on the course. They have nothing to be down about. I’m proud of them on the season.”
Justin Nobles was the first Tiger to finish. He ran a 19:16 and finished 24th. Aaron Jacobs finished 30th, Justin Jacobs 25th and Sam Weleba 39th.
The Lady Tigers did not threaten a state qualification as ReAnne Hanley finished 31st, Emma Fulkerson 32nd and Mary Martin 33rd.
After taking fourth in state last year, the Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Braves will take their team back for another run, led by region champion Dillon Jacoby. Jacoby ran a 16:48 to beat Cole Sargent of Miller by seven seconds. Xavier Norris ran to fourth place and Caleb LeBeau finished 13th.
The Braves finished third in team points with 40. Miller won the region title with 21 points. Todd County was second with 35.
Destiny Beautiful Bald Eagle gave the Braves two region champs when she won the girls’ division in a time of 15:51. She beat Chloe Bartels of Winner by 11 seconds. Also running in the top 20 were Ivy Norris in 18th, Ranger Gunville in 19th and Xandria Norris in 20th.
The Lady Braves finished third in team points with 58. Mt. Vernon-Plankinton won the title going away with 29 points. Todd County scored 55 points for second.
Due to the devastating storm damage at Elks Golf Course in Rapid City, the State Cross Country Meet will now be run at Robbinsdale Park on East Fairmont Boulevard. The state meet is Saturday.

Region 4A Cross Country Meet
Boys Division
Team Points: Miller 31, Todd County 35, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 40, Wagner 55, Winner 76, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton 100, Mobridge-Pollock 111.
Individual Results: 1. Dillon Jacoby, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 16:48; 2. Cole Sargent, Miller, 16:55; 3. Nick Dion, Wagner, 17:01; 4. Xavier Norris, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 17:02; 5. Mason Breitling, Miller, 17:03; 6. Tobias Weddell, Todd County, 17:19; 7. Gabriel Red Kettle, Todd County, 17:31; 8. Donald Aquallo, Todd County, 17:34; 9. Jacob Lopez, Chamberlain, 17:53; 10. Morgan Hauke, Chamberlain, 17:53;
11. Trey Waldrop, Miller, 17:54; 12. Justin Krell, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton, 17:56; 13. Caleb LeBeau, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 18:00; 14. Coleton Schuyler, Winner, 18:11; 15. Trenton Traversie, Crow Creek, 18:17; 16. Patrick Aeschbacher, Winner, 18:20; 17. Daniel Whirlwind Soldier, Todd County, 18:31; 18. J.C. Forman, Miller, 18:42; 19. Trajan Holiday, Wagner, 18:47; 20. Ashton Zephier, Wagner, 18:51;
21. John Hacker, Todd County, 18:58; 22. Hugh Jackovich, Wagner, 19:04; 23. Hunter Russell, Miller, 19:05; 24. Justin Nobles, Mobridge-Pollock, 19:16; 25. Chase Boltz, St. Francis Indian, 19:20; 26. Zach Ayers, Winner, 19:22; 27. Lucas Simpson, Miller, 19:25; 28. DeeHawk Moran, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 19:34; 29. James Mayclin, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton, 19:40; 30. Aaron Jacobs, Mobridge-Pollock, 19:42;
31. Sylvand White Hat, Todd County, 19:44; 32. Andy White Eyes, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 19:54; 33. Grant Winters, Winner, 19:56; 34. Connor Spinar, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton, 20:02; 35. Justin Jacobs, Mobridge-Pollock, 20:03; 36. Trey Skunk, Crow Creek, 20:15; 37. Sean Bice, Winner, 20:20; 38. Jacob Steckelberg, Chamberlain, 20:21; 39. Sam Weleba, Mobridge-Pollock, 20:46; 40. Trent Stepp, Crow Creek, 20:54;
41. Zyan Zephier, Wagner, 21:01; 42. Howard Cordier, St. Francis Indian, 21:27; 43. Noah Heezen, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton, 22:23; 44. Brandyn Middlesworth, Winner, 23:30; 4.5 Brendan Bad Hand, St. Francis Indian, 24:10.

Girls Division
Team Points: Mt. Vernon-Plankinton 29, Todd County 55, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 58, Chamberlain 65, Winner 76, St. Francis Indian 80, Wagner 89.
Individual Results: 1. Destiny Beautiful Bald Eagle, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 15:51; 2. Chloe Bartels, Winner, 16:02; 3. Haylee Quick Bear, St. Francis Indian, 16:10; 4. Anna Byers, Chamberlain, 16:16; 5. Savannah Schmidt, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton, 16:25; 6. Amory Prue, Todd County, 16:32; 7. Taylor Westendorg, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton, 16:53; 8. Lorna Gregerson, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton, 16:54; 9. Becca Glanzer, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton, 16:56; 10. Savannah Risseeuw, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton, 16:57;
11. Oskate Win One Star, Todd County, 17:01; 12. Karli Prue, Todd County, 17:02; 13. Lainey Gregerson, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton, 17:03; 14. Emma Larvie, St. Francis Indian, 17:03; 15. Sadie Eitemiller, Wagner, 17:07; 16. Ella Byers, Chamberlain, 17:07; 17. Margaret Barnett, Wagner, 17:08; 18. Ivy Norris, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 17:20; 19. Ranger Gunville, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 17:23; 20. Xandria Norris, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 17:31;
21. Katie Mathis, Winner, 17:43; 22. Brittany Goodlow, Chamberlain, 17:51; 23. Alayna  Steckelberg, Chamberlain, 17:52; 24. Sydney Schuyler, Winner, 18:04; 25. D’Aryn Lends His Horse, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 18:10; 26. Raquel Colombe, Todd County, 18:16; 27. Bethany Sully, Wagner, 18:23; 28. Dawnee Keckler, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, 18:23; 29. Hayley Halverson, Winner, 18:35; 30. Kelsey Barnett, Wagner, 18:48;
31. ReAnne Hanley, Mobridge-Pollock, 19:10; 32. Emma Fulkerson, Mobridge-Pollock, 19:21; 33. Mary Martin, Mobridge-Pollock, 19:42; 34. Charlize Arcoren, St. Francis Indian, 20:00; 35. Natasha Bad Hand, St. Francis Indian, 20:02; 36. Maddy Tyrell, Chamberlain, 20:15; 37. Caitlyn Wilkie, Todd County, 20:36; 38. Juliana Benge, St. Francis Indian, 20:46; 39. Erica Cordier, St. Francis Indian, 20:50; 40. Tyra Swalley, Todd County, 20:57; 41. Alexis Medicine Horn, Wagner, 22:17.

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