The ‘tennis player’ runs into a crown

The ‘tennis player’ runs into a crown

Edwards sweeps Class 3A field to finish her unbeaten season
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When Eva-Lou Edwards crossed the finish line at the CHSAA Class 3A Girls Cross Country State Championships on Saturday in Colorado Springs, she was all alone, more than a minute ahead of the runner-up. Edwards, a two-time state tennis qualifier, won the 3A state meet in 19 minutes, 14.8 seconds.
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With the Wolverines packing up for their return trip back to Bayfield, Edwards insisted on thanking her coaches for their help this season – head coach Pat Vaughn (pictured) and assistant coach Matt Cusick. “The runners do the work, but the coaches do everything for us. If I was training myself, I would be clueless,” the new state champion said. “My coaches are really my foundation. I appreciate them so much.”
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Eva-Lou Edwards gets a congratulatory hug from her opposition in the finish area of the Norris Penrose Event Center on Saturday in Colorado Springs. Edwards ran the 3.1-mile race in 19 minutes, 14.8 seconds, more than a minute faster than Class 3A runner-up.
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Eva-Lou Edwards enjoyed her first state championship as the lone Wolverine in the girls field of 126 runners with a band of Bayfield boys cheering wildly in the finish arena. The BHS boys raced earlier Saturday when cold morning temperatures gave way to picture-perfect fall weather; they finished ninth.
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Eva-Lou Edwards enjoyed her first state championship as the lone Wolverine in the girls field of 126 runners with a band of Bayfield boys cheering wildly in the finish arena. The BHS boys raced earlier Saturday when cold morning temperatures gave way to picture-perfect fall weather; they finished ninth.

The ‘tennis player’ runs into a crown

When Eva-Lou Edwards crossed the finish line at the CHSAA Class 3A Girls Cross Country State Championships on Saturday in Colorado Springs, she was all alone, more than a minute ahead of the runner-up. Edwards, a two-time state tennis qualifier, won the 3A state meet in 19 minutes, 14.8 seconds.
With the Wolverines packing up for their return trip back to Bayfield, Edwards insisted on thanking her coaches for their help this season – head coach Pat Vaughn (pictured) and assistant coach Matt Cusick. “The runners do the work, but the coaches do everything for us. If I was training myself, I would be clueless,” the new state champion said. “My coaches are really my foundation. I appreciate them so much.”
Eva-Lou Edwards gets a congratulatory hug from her opposition in the finish area of the Norris Penrose Event Center on Saturday in Colorado Springs. Edwards ran the 3.1-mile race in 19 minutes, 14.8 seconds, more than a minute faster than Class 3A runner-up.
Eva-Lou Edwards enjoyed her first state championship as the lone Wolverine in the girls field of 126 runners with a band of Bayfield boys cheering wildly in the finish arena. The BHS boys raced earlier Saturday when cold morning temperatures gave way to picture-perfect fall weather; they finished ninth.
Eva-Lou Edwards enjoyed her first state championship as the lone Wolverine in the girls field of 126 runners with a band of Bayfield boys cheering wildly in the finish arena. The BHS boys raced earlier Saturday when cold morning temperatures gave way to picture-perfect fall weather; they finished ninth.
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