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Four Bowling Green High School runners participated in the Kentucky Dream Mile Friday night in Louisville, KY. The event was hosted by St. X high school and features the top 16 boys and girls milers in the state. The girls represented Bowling Green High School very well.
Junior Ciara Scott broke the One Mile school record previously held by Cara Nichols. Ciara’s new time of 5:03.59 broke the old mark set back in 1998. Ciara placed third over all and setting a new PR (personal record). Junior Lauren Wheeler crossed the line in 6th place. Setting a new One Mile PR for her with a time of 5:06.97. Freshman Brittney Hansen crossed the line in 13th place setting herself a new PR of 5:16.46. The three girls earned themselves the National Silver Standard which is 5:17 or faster. Not to be outdone Junior, Sarah-Emily Woodward ran a 5:18.53 placing 15th over-all.
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Bowling Green will be traveling this Friday, May 3 to compete in the 4th annual running of the Kentucky Dream Mile for the state’s elite high school boys and girls distance runners hosted by Saint Xavier High School.
Quarter of the field of 16 will be represented by four Purples, BGHS Juniors Sarah-Emily Woodward, Lauren Wheeler, Ciara Scott, and Freshman Brittney Hansen will have a chance to showcase their talent under the lights with the best milers in the state. The qualifying standard for the Girls – 5:13 (1600) or 5:15 (Mile). Congratulations girls! Awesome job!
1. 5:02.42 Katherine Receveur, Assumption
2. 5:08.12 Maggie Allen, Sacred Heart
3. 5:12.83 Sarah-Emily Woodward, Bowling Green
4. 5:12.92 Cassidy Hale, duPont Manual
5. 5:13.47 Kelly Klump, Oldham Co.
6. 5:13.51 Lauren Wheeler, Bowling Green
7. 5:14.82 Amelia Reynolds. Daviess Co.
8. 5:14.91 Mattie Gottbrath, duPont Manual
9. 5:15.04 Brittney Hansen, Bowling Green
10. 5:16.72 Caitlin Carroll, Sacred Heart
11. 5:16.79 Ciara Scott, Bowling Green
12. 5:17.00 Amy Hansen, Notre Dame
13. 5:17.26 Emily Bean, Assumption
14. 5:17.52 Samantha Simms, Sacred Heart
15. 5:18.35 Megan Carrico, Assumption
16. 5:18.53 Whitney O’Bryan, Daviess Co.
17. 5:19.77 Kyndel Guyton, Assumption
18. 5:19.82 Kristen Hale, duPont Manual
8:00 PM – Introduction of Girls Kentucky Dream Mile participants
8:10 PM – Running of the 4th Annual Girls Kentucky Dream Mile
8:20 PM – Girls Kentucky Dream Mile Awards Presentation
8:30 PM – Introduction of Boys Kentucky Dream Mile participants
8:40 PM – Running of the 4th Annual Boys Kentucky Dream Mile
8:50 PM – Boys Kentucky Dream Mile Awards Presentation
KTCCCA Academic All State for 2012 Cross Country was just released. The criteria for this award is based on being in the Top 25 at KHSAA State Meet, ranked in the top 20, 17:30.99 male; 21:00.99 female at KHSAA State Meet. To earn Academic All State must have a 3.75-4.0 GPA. To earn Honorable Mention must have a 3.50-3.74 GPA.
Class AAA Girls
Academic All State
Congratulations to the following Purples who have been awarded by the 2012 Kentucky Track & Cross Country Coaches Association
Class AAA Girls
1st Team All-State
Madisyn Peeples – Bowling Green
2nd Team All-State
Ciara Scott – Bowling Green
Brittney Hansen – Bowling Green
Lauren Wheeler – Bowling Green
Sarah-Emily Woodward – Bowling Green
Coach of the Year
Matt Hamilton – Bowling Green
Class AAA Boys
Kyle Johnson – Bowling Green
Nike Cross Nationals Southeast Regional “Bowling Green Lightning, another powerhouse out of Kentucky” always sounds great to hear your team name mentioned over the loud speaker when you are not running in your home state.
Congratulations to 8th grader Madisyn Peeples for running a PR (personal record) 18:06; not only breaking the old BGHS 5K school record held by Cara Nichols (18:16) in 1997, Madisyn finished the race in 16th place which earned her Nike Cross National Southeast 3rd team. Ciara Scott also ran a new PR with an 18:58 finishing in 47th place. Brittney Hansen ran 19:17 her second fastest time of the season finished in 78th place. Lauren Wheeler ran 19:21 only two seconds shy of her PR, finished in 84th place. Sarah-Emily ran 19:35 her third fastest time of the season, finished in 101st place. Last but not least Van Games ran a season best time of 20:28 finishing in 156th place. Awesome job girls!! The Southeast regional is one of the toughest regions in the nation. Top 10 team finishes are very well deserved.