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2013 - Men's Regionals Results

October 26, 2013
4A Midwest Regional Championship
Beeson Park, Kernersville
35 degrees and beautiful




 Boys' Results
 4A Qualifiers
 Place Time Invite Mulligan's comments
 D.Beamer 4 15:44* 15:44 Midwest All-Regional and a PR to boot - awesome
 N.Kreiling 13 16:01 15:31 Perhaps your biggest feat (to date) - impressive
 M.Blivin 22 16:18 16:11 Not bad, but I know there is more inside you
 Q.Meyer 43 17:02* 17:29 You are the fastest freshman in JHS' history
 R.Garcia 45 17:04* 17:38 You continue to learn and grow as a runner
 G.Meyer 47 17:07* 17:20 You have put yourself in position to shatter 17
 M.Slentz 78 17:56 17:14 This isn't an invitational - you must assert yourself

Place      Team                     Points                 Scorers                                                 Times

1    Mount Tabor       47    1+8+11+13+14(49+50)      0:33 1-5 Split | 15:52 Avg
2   R.J. Reynolds      60    3+6+9+16+26 (52+55)      0:53 1-5 Split | 16:02 Avg
3      Jordan         123   4+12+21+42+44 (46+77)     1:19 1-5 Split | 16:25 Avg
4  East Chapel Hill   127   2+22+23+29+51 (54+68)     1:42 1-5 Split | 16:24 Avg
5  Reagan, Ronald W   155   17+32+34+35+37 (41+53)    0:36 1-5 Split | 16:41 Avg


Congratulations on qualifying for the 4A North Carolina State Cross Country Championships 2013. You showed great poise and determination. Your resolve to succeed and achieve showed brightly on this glorious morning. The memories from today will last a lifetime and I hope they bring you some satisfaction and a sense of pride. It has been a long road (17 years) to get to this point and today presented some great challenges. I have a tremendous amount of respect for Nik and the desire to compete and willingness to contribute although injured. Everyone ran very well and I'm glad we had some PR's. I'm also happy to see you aren't done yet and are eager to reach some more milestones - breaking 17, going top 10 in the State as a team, being All-State, and so on.

I am confident we can continue to improve. As fast as we ran today, there is even more in the tank. At the 1992 National Championships (which I read) I ran 25:31. The National Qualifier (Regional) was on the same course a week before. I ran 26:08 and a personal best that day. I had reservations I could run any faster when I prepared for the National meet and such doubts are natural. I'm not saying you guys are going to run almost 40 seconds faster, but you should believe in yourselves and believe what could be with unlimited vision. When you run with confidence, determination and great resolve you can achieve athletic greatness.


"Racing teaches us to challenge ourselves. It teaches us to push beyond where we thought we could go.
 It helps us to find out what we are made of. This is what we do. This is what it's all about."
                        -PattiSue Plumer, U.S. Olympian