Redwing Cross Country vs Eaton Rapids

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The Redwings hosted a postponed dual meet vs Eaton Rapids last night and came away with two victories!  The boys team won 15-50, posting the top 7 times.  The girls team won 19-43, posting 6 of the top 7 times.  St. Johns also grabbed both individual first place times, Ryan Brown with a time of 17:01.87 and Sarah Zehr with a time of 20:39.92.  Great job Redwings!  Next up for the Redwings:  Wednesday September 9th at Williamston.

 Mens Results

5,000 Meters Open

Official Team Scores

1. St. Johns 15
2. Eaton Rapids 50
1. 12 Ryan Brown 17:01.87
St. Johns
2. 12 Bryce Brown 17:13.41
St. Johns
3. 11 Griffin Armbrustma… 17:26.61
St. Johns
4. 12 Troy Cramer 17:41.92
St. Johns
5. 12 Jacob Dennis 17:53.77
St. Johns
6. 11 Henry Pope 18:24.82
St. Johns
7. 11 Michael Dennis 18:25.04
St. Johns
8. 10 Austin Rybolt 18:46.49
Eaton Rapids
9. 12 Keith Morgan 19:02.51
Eaton Rapids
10. 11 Chris Copeland 19:14.18
Eaton Rapids
11. 12 Donovan Krull 19:14.37
Eaton Rapids
12. 12 Sam Sackrider 19:38.91
St. Johns
13. 11 Luke Schafer 20:28.79
St. Johns
14. 12 Preston Sturgis 20:29.18
St. Johns
15. 12 Joe Roodvoets 20:36.68
Eaton Rapids
16. 9 William Ribby 20:37.99
Eaton Rapids
17. 12 Jacob Keilen 20:55.74
St. Johns
18. 10 Tyler Dohm 20:59.96
St. Johns
19. 11 Austin Drolett 21:00.01
St. Johns
20. 10 Hudson Schinkel 21:12.72
Eaton Rapids
21. 11 Thomas Obrien 21:23.67
Eaton Rapids
22. 12 Roger Heinlen 21:42.25
St. Johns
23. 10 Avery Jones 22:44.28
Eaton Rapids
24. 11 Owen McManus 22:50.80
Eaton Rapids
25. 12 Luke Apostol 22:53.46
St. Johns
26. 9 Isaac Staib 22:53.89
St. Johns
27. 9 Cody Tomlin 23:26.82
Eaton Rapids
28. 9 Mathew Schrauben 24:02.61
St. Johns
29. 9 Cullen Black 24:02.66
St. Johns
30. 9 Brody Collins 24:08.28
Eaton Rapids
31. 11 Jake Martinez 25:30.98
Eaton Rapids
32. 9 Braylon Parker 26:53.77
Eaton Rapids
33. 11 Nick Mitchell 30:34.14
St. Johns

 Womens Results

5,000 Meters Open

Official Team Scores

1. St. Johns 19
2. Eaton Rapids 43
1. 12 Sarah Zehr 20:39.92
St. Johns
2. 9 Sydney Thompson 23:10.14
Eaton Rapids
3. 10 Erica Feldpausch 23:34.63
St. Johns
4. 9 Clara Fletcher 24:36.18
St. Johns
5. 10 Sydney Ferguson 25:10.71
St. Johns
6. 9 Lily Sackrider 25:16.79
St. Johns
7. 10 Maribel Montiel 25:25.81
St. Johns
8. 11 Hannah Rouse 25:26.63
Eaton Rapids
9. 10 Laura Schloegl 25:26.78
St. Johns
10. 9 Josie Heystek 25:32.60
St. Johns
11. 9 Sylvia Thomas 25:43.25
St. Johns
12. 11 Isabelle Scheidler 25:52.05
St. Johns
13. 9 Aubrey Norder 26:05.52
Eaton Rapids
14. 9 Georgia Willis 26:20.08
St. Johns
15. 12 Grace Moeggenborg 26:34.91
St. Johns
16. 10 Sophie Kingsley 26:50.08
Eaton Rapids
17. 10 Vanessa Bailey 26:54.07
St. Johns
18. 12 Alyssa Benit 27:23.66
St. Johns
19. 12 Rebecca Robins 27:27.83
Eaton Rapids
20. 12 Madison Bolyard 27:29.45
St. Johns
21. 9 Maggie Falor 28:10.08
St. Johns
22. 10 Isabelle Ward 29:17.58
St. Johns
23. 9 Amanda Zeller 31:01.60
Eaton Rapids
24. 9 Cairo Schinkel 36:41.00
Eaton Rapids
Provided by Athletic.net

Scoring (Wikipedia) 

Scores are determined by summing the top four or five individual finishing places on each team. In international competition, a team typically consists of six runners, with the top four scoring. In the United States, the most common scoring system is seven runners, with the top five scoring. Points are awarded to the individual runners of eligible teams, equal to the position in which they cross the finish line (first place gets 1 point, second place gets 2 points, etc.). The points for these runners are summed, and the lowest score wins. Individual athletes, and athletes from incomplete teams (teams consisting of less than 5 athletes or teams) and individuals who have been disqualified are excluded from scoring. Ties are usually broken by the position of each team’s sixth runner.

The lowest possible score in a five-to-score match is 15 (1+2+3+4+5), achieved by a team’s runners finishing in each of the top five positions. If there is a single opposing team then they would have a score of 40 (6+7+8+9+10), which can be considered a “sweep” for the winning team. In some competitions a team’s sixth and seventh runner are scored in the overall field and are known as “pushers” or “displacers” as their place can count ahead of other runners, giving other teams more points. In the above match, if there are two non-scoring runners and they came 6th and 7th overall, the opponent’s score would be 50 (8+9+10+11+12). Accordingly, the official score of a forfeited dual meet is 15–50.


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  1. John Salemi on September 5, 2020 at 9:48 am

    Great job Redwings!

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