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  • Friday, November 07, 2014 6:28 PM
    The Sagamore Athletic Conference meet was contested at Southmont High School on Oct. 4.

    Danville won the boys' meet with 48 points. Southmont was second with 67 points. Crawfordsville (132) and North Montgomery (149) were sixth and seventh.

    The first 10 finishers gained first team All-Sagamore Athletic Conference honors.

    Brooks Long, a sophomore at Southmont, was the top county finisher in third.

    Nathan Pryor and Manuel Arroyo represented Crawfordsville on the first team. David Thompson did not run because of an injury.

    Brandon Alenduff and Michael Munro were the Chargers on the first team.
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  • Monday, November 03, 2014 1:10 PM
    The Sagamore Athletic Conference meet was contested at Southmont High School on Oct. 4. North Montgomery won the girls' meet with a team score of 34, well ahead of Frankfort's 82 and Tri-West's 83.

    Crawfordsville's Maddy Hurt won the event, earning first team All-Sagamore Athletic Conference honors by doing so. Hurt is this year's Montgomery County Runner of the Year for girls' cross country. The top-10 finishers were first team, while the next 10 were second team.

    Hana Heide, Haley Heide and Madison Pinkard represented North Montgomery with first team honors. The Heides finished second and third, respectively. Pinkard took ninth.

    Kelsey Dugger made first team for Southmont with a seventh-place finish.
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  • Lady Chargers own Sagamore
    Sunday, October 05, 2014 7:51 PM
    NEW MARKET-North Montgomery's girls' cross country team fought through chilly temperatures and cutting winds Saturday morning to win the Sagamore Athletic Conference race in deciding fashion. They tallied 34 team points, well ahead of second-place Frankfort's 82.

    Crawfordsville's Maddy Hurt, a freshman, was the individual winner of the girls race with a time of 21:22. Neither Crawfordsville nor Southmont fielded a full girl's team.

    "I couldn't be more excited, happy, and proud, both for and of this team," Charger head coach Mike Myers said. "They put in the hours over the summer, and during the season, and they are the ones that should get all of the credit. Each and every girl out-performed their goal time, as well as their places, especially runners 5-7 (McDole, Emerick, and Weliever). I knew the Heides, Clark, and Pinkard would be near the top, but it was our back half that finished the job. This is the first conference championship in a running sport for North (boys or girls) since 1996, and the girls knew that, and believed that they could end that streak. I'm lucky to have a group of girls that perform each and every time they come to a meet, whether big or small. To have six All-Conference runners is really a treat, because they performed so well, now let's hope that carries into sectionals."
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  • Thursday, September 11, 2014 7:43 PM
    LINDEN-Records dropped as fast as the temperature Thursday night at the Charger Classic Cross Country Meet.

    Every runner on Southmont turned in a career best time and every girl on North Montgomery did the same. At the end of the night, Southmont won the boys event with a score of 104. Crawfordsville was fourth on the boys' side at 136. North Montgomery was 11th with 225.

    The Chargers were the only county school to field a full girls team. They were fifth at 121. Rennselaer Central won with 46 points.

    For the Lady Chargers, Hana Heide set the sophomore record at 21:04 for eighth place. Courtney Clark broke the senior record with her time of 21:38.
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  • Thursday, September 04, 2014 7:31 PM
    North Montgomery boys were seventh out of 11 teams at the Hamilton Heights Invite. The girls were fifth of nine teams.

    Michael Munro was the top finisher for the boys. He was eighth in 19:11. Brandon Alenduff finished 11th in 19:32.

    For the girls, twin sisters Haley and Hana Heide were 12th and 13th in identical times of 23:19. Courtney Clark was 19th at 24:31.

    The Chargers run again Thursday at their own Charger Classic.
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  • Sunday, August 24, 2014 6:33 PM
    VEEDERSBURG-North Montgomery and Crawfordsville kicked off their cross country season with a trip to Fountain Central for their annual Grand Prix. The Athenian boys had the best finish of the day, taking sixth place. The Athenian girls, Maddie Hurt and Amy Hutchison, competed as individuals. The North Montgomery girls were in the mix with a seventh-place finish. The Charger boys were twelfth.

    Greencastle won the girls meet, just ahead of Western 57-61. Western got them in the boys meet, winning 51-72.

    On the boys' side, Crawfordsville junior Manuel Arroyo opened the season with a ninth-place finish in 18:34. Teammates Davis Thompson (13, 18:48) and Nathan Pryor (22, 19:37) were also near the front.

    North Montgomery's top boy was Michael Munro in 41st (20:29). Brandon Alenduff was just behind in 44th (20:39).

    Hana Heide was the top finisher for the girls. She took 14th for North Montgomery in a time of 23:36. Her twin sister, Haley, was in ninth with 500 meters left when she went down with a cramp and was unable to finish. Courtney Clark (19, 24:02) and Maddison Pinkard (21, 24:14) also had nice races.

    For Crawfordsville, Maddie Hurt had the best performance with a finish of with a run of 24:11.
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