Robbins caps historic career with remarkable finish at state
Prep Girls Cross Country

Robbins caps historic career with remarkable finish at state

PEORIA, Ill. -- Exhaustion tempered Katelyn Robbins' delight as she crossed the finish line. Once she caught her breath, though, she was able to fully appreciate what she had just accomplished. The Liberty senior became the most decorated cross country...

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Three Clark County runners earn state medals

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Even if it was for only a few minutes, there was a chance Clark County freshman cross country runner Grace Buschling could win a state championship. Buschling entered the second mile leading Saturday morning's Class 2 race...

Blue Devils' Rosen, Kurfman advance to state meet
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Blue Devils' Rosen, Kurfman advance to state meet

QUINCY -- Fiker Rosen is getting faster on a course he's getting to know quite well. He's bound to get to know the Detweiler Park course pretty well, too. The Quincy High School freshman cross country runner earned a spot in the Class 3A state...

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Prep cross country roundup: Frazee, Clark County run to district title

Liberty's Katelyn Robbins finished second in 17:50.02 in the Class 1A Elmwood Sectional at Maple Lane Country Club to advance to next weekend's state cross country meet at Detweiller Park in Peoria. In the boys race, West Hancock's Miles Sheppard finishe

Quincy's Rosen wins WB6 title
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Quincy's Rosen wins WB6 title

HAMPTON, Ill. -- Quincy High School freshman Fiker Rosen was all smiles despite the cold at Empire Park on Thursday night. Winning the Western Big Six Conference cross country individual title gave him a reason to smile. "It feels really good," said Rose

Kurfman breezes to repeat championship at Tom Oakley
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Kurfman breezes to repeat championship at Tom Oakley

QUINCY -- Winning a race as handily as Quincy High School's Lydia Kurfman did on Saturday morning can have its good points ... and some bad points as well. Kurfman bolted to the front of the pack at Bob Mays Park and wasn't threatened in repeating as the c

Kurfman nearly leads wire-to-wire, defends Running Raider title
Prep Girls Cross Country

Kurfman nearly leads wire-to-wire, defends Running Raider title

QUINCY -- Lydia Kurfman has been bothered by a head cold the last few days, but it's been clearing up. "I've had a snotty nose. It's kind of gross. I wasn't breathing as well as I'd like to," said Kurfman, a senior on the Quincy High School girls cross cou