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Prairie View runners get off to a fast start during their home invitational earlier this season. The Lady Buffalos were home Thursday, Oct. 15, for the Pioneer League meet.

LA CYGNE — Maddie Baker, Peyton Murrison and Kelsey Konitzer ran their way onto the All-Pioneer League cross country team for the Prairie View Lady Buffalos.

Baker, Murrison and Konitzer took advantage of their home course, finishing in the top 20.

Baker ran a time of 21 minutes, 56 seconds for seventh place in the league meet Thursday, Oct. 15. Baker was second-team, all-league with her performance.

Murrison placed 16th in 23:22. Konitzer was 20th in 24:08.

Brianna Shippy led the Osawatomie Lady Trojans, placing 23rd in 24:23. Ella McCammon of Prairie View was 26th in 24:44. Jessica Petric of Prairie View placed 27th in 24:44. Tess Thompson of Osawatomie was 30th in 25:51.

Luke Hebert set the pace for the Osawatomie boys, placing 23rd in 19:11. Sam Farley of Osawatomie was 29th in 19:40.

Other results from the girls meet were:

Darcy Haupt, Prairie View, 31st; Quinn Browning, Prairie View, 32nd; Christi McCoy, Osawatomie, 34th; Josie McCoy, Osawatomie, 35th.

Other results from the boys meet were:

Kooper Konitzer, Prairie View, 41st; Rhett Jackman, Prairie View, 42nd; Evan Ballinger, Prairie View, 45th; Creed Caldwell, Prairie View, 55th; Donovan Law, Prairie View, 56th.

Sports Editor Gene Morris can be reached at (913) 294-2311 or gene.morris@miconews.com.

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