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CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, December 3, 2015 SECTION 2 SPORTS Schoenl , Mercury adva to cross country nationals By JOHN McCALLUM While the rest of the under), Jennifer-Kate Na- "Sixteen qualified and Editor runners are from Sp0-chos and Madeline Rawl- we hope to get all or al- Cheney Middle School kane, two of Schoenle- ins (9-10), and Erinn Hill most all of them there," student Beckett Schoenle- ber's teammates, Marc(13-14) for the girls. Lewis said. ber is getting a chance and James Dugenet, do Cheney Middle School Individuals who wish at something few cross share a Cheney connec- student MeganHabeggerto donate can go to a Go- country runners ever tion. Mercury head coach, also competed at region- FundMe link set up on achieve - competing at and Betz Elementary als, finishing 67th with a the club's website, www. a national meet. School principal, Carol time of 17:37.69. spokaneyouthdistance. Schoenleber led hisLewis said the Dugenet Lewis said the chal- org. Lewis said they have Spokane Mercury Athlet- twins' mother, Holly lenge now is getting the also put on a couple of ics 11-12-year-old team Dittetoe, is a teacher at athletes to New Mexi-meets toraisesomemon- to a second-place finish Cheney Middle School.co. The club charges a ey, and are offering some at Region 13 competi- Lewis said 16 Mercu- minimal fee to join, "just incentives to businesses tion Nov. 21 in Pasco, ry runners would travel enough to keep running" that might want to help Wash., becoming part of to competite in Albu-so that families with lim- out as well. the group of 16 Mercury querque as the top 30ited resources can afford "We are an official runners who will com- individuals and top five their kids who love to non-pr0fit organization, pete at nationals Dec. 12 teams advance. Individu- run the opportunity to so all donations are a tax in Albuquerque, N.M. als hoping to make the compete, write off," club volun- Schoenleber finished trip are Cooper Haney Lewis estimated it teerRochelleSchoenleber fourth overall with a (17-18), Graham Cleve- would "conservatively" wrote in an email. time of 10 minutes, 37.96 land and Abraham Little cost about $800 per ath- J o h n M c C a l - seconds, just over 3 sec- (9-10) and Jonas Bears lete to attend nationals, lum can be reached at onds behind Bowerman (13-14). for the boys and most of which is airfare jmac@cheneyfreepress. Track's Jeffery Rogers. Carsyn Gildehaus (8 and and hotel expenses, com. .... : ~, ~{~ Contributed photo by Rochelle Schoenleber Members of the Spokane Mercury 11-12-year-old cross country team advancing to regionals are Beckett Schoenleber (second from right), Aaron Bruce, Evan Bruce, Matthew Leeds, Jacob Mclntyre, Ashton Han- num and Marc Dugenet. Coach Carol Lewis is also pictured in the middle of the back row. Contributed photo from Medical Lake Cross Country A perfect run Members of the Medical Lake junior varsity cross country team recently completed a two year run with a perfect 28-0 record in various meets, promising the Cardinals a continuing pipeline of success that has led to two consecutive 1A state championships in 2013 and 2014, plus a runner-up in 2015. Team members included: Tanner Henry, CJ Kriger, Carl Hiatt, Nathan Tuck, Kurtis Kenady, Matthew Montney, RJ Villoria, Peter Hansen,Terrell Strain and Brendan Petro. Reiter, Neary earn awards Junior women's cross country student-athlete Sarah Reiter and redshirt senior football student- athlete Aaron Neary have been selected by the East- ern Washington University Athletics Department as its November Scholar-Ath- letes of the Month. A Renton, Wash., na-. tive, Reiter owns a 3.77 grade point average as a business management ma- jor. Neary hails from Rich- land, Wash., and sports a 3.13 GPA as a secondary education major. Reiter had a November to remember with placing 46th at the NCAA Cham- pionships. 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