DCHS' Kuehn Finishes Fourth in Class A Cross Country

DCHS' Kuehn Finishes Fourth in Class A Cross Country
Posted on 10/23/2017
Kuehn Finishes Fourth

By Eric Killelea

Ranger-Review Staff Writer

Dawson County High School senior Emily Kuehn finished an outstanding cross country season placing fourth in the Class A state tournament last Saturday in Helena.

In email, head coach Tom Temple wrote that Kuehn is now considered a three-time all-state cross country athlete.

He added: “A truly elite status.”

In Temple’s words, Kuehn ran among 132 girls at the Bill Roberts Golf Course, which “doesn’t have big hills like Sidney or Lewistown, but it has a lot of medium sized hills and side hills that are kind of relentless,” he wrote. “So, it makes for a real challenging course to get into any kind of rhythm for the runners. Plus, it was windy and chilly so you will notice that across the board most runners ran anywhere from 30 seconds to over a minute slower than their season’s best.”

Overall, Hardin won the tournament, defeating Corvallis, Polson, Whitefish and Beaverhead County. The Lady Red Devils finished last out of 18 teams.

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