New meet a whole lot of Maloney

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New meet a whole lot of Maloney

Brother-sister duo leads DHS with a pair of runner-up results
Jeffery Miller of Page, Ariz., (429) took the early lead in the boys varsity race at the Southwestern Cross Country Challenge on Friday at Fort Lewis College, then led from start to finish. He and teammates Tyron Yazzie (433) and Ammon Secody (455) helped Page win the boys team title.
Durango’s Joe Maloney stayed right on the shoulder of leader Jeffery Miller of Page (Ariz.) for much of the Southwestern Cross Country Challenge on Friday at Fort Lewis College. Miller’s shoulder cross the finish line first, and Maloney finished second. “I just didn’t have it in me,” Maloney said.
Shannon Maloney of Durango led the girls varsity race early with Emily Bryant of Pagosa Springs and Eva-Lou Edwards of Bayfield close behind. Edwards sat back, then won late; Maloney was second and Bryant third. “It was a good race, but I started out too fast,” Maloney said.
Hannah Peterson was the No. 2 finisher for the DHS girls, who won the inaugural Southwestern Cross Country Challenge on Friday at Fort Lewis College. She finished fifth in 20 minutes, 51 seconds.
Sarah Bates of Durango sprints to the finish line alongside Nicole Douglas of Page (Ariz.) during the Southwestern Cross Country Challenge on Friday at Fort Lewis College. Douglas finished seventh; Bates was eighth. “I think we had a bunch of strong finishes,” Demons’ best Shannon Maloney said. “Like Sarah (Bates), she came sprinting in.”

New meet a whole lot of Maloney

Jeffery Miller of Page, Ariz., (429) took the early lead in the boys varsity race at the Southwestern Cross Country Challenge on Friday at Fort Lewis College, then led from start to finish. He and teammates Tyron Yazzie (433) and Ammon Secody (455) helped Page win the boys team title.
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Durango’s Joe Maloney stayed right on the shoulder of leader Jeffery Miller of Page (Ariz.) for much of the Southwestern Cross Country Challenge on Friday at Fort Lewis College. Miller’s shoulder cross the finish line first, and Maloney finished second. “I just didn’t have it in me,” Maloney said.
Shannon Maloney of Durango led the girls varsity race early with Emily Bryant of Pagosa Springs and Eva-Lou Edwards of Bayfield close behind. Edwards sat back, then won late; Maloney was second and Bryant third. “It was a good race, but I started out too fast,” Maloney said.
Hannah Peterson was the No. 2 finisher for the DHS girls, who won the inaugural Southwestern Cross Country Challenge on Friday at Fort Lewis College. She finished fifth in 20 minutes, 51 seconds.
Sarah Bates of Durango sprints to the finish line alongside Nicole Douglas of Page (Ariz.) during the Southwestern Cross Country Challenge on Friday at Fort Lewis College. Douglas finished seventh; Bates was eighth. “I think we had a bunch of strong finishes,” Demons’ best Shannon Maloney said. “Like Sarah (Bates), she came sprinting in.”
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