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Lobo Invite

 The boys pre-race

The Dukes competed at the Lobo Invite in early September. The Collegiate race was unfortunately cancelled, thus forcing all non-high school runners into the Community Race. The race was held at the hilly UNM North Golf Course and was about 20-30 seconds longer than a 5k. Both the men's and women's race was won by a UNM runner, but the Dukes took many of the remaining top spots! We want to thank East Mountain High School for sharing their tent with us!

The results below do not include the unattached college runners who competed:

William Marquardt - 1st - 15:49
Kris Houghton - 2nd - 16:03
Sal Perdomo - 3rd - 16:03
Tim Gill - 4th - 16:06
Justin Weins - 6th - 16:52
Phil Keller - 8th - 17:26
Zach Chenoweth - 9th - 17:45
Brant Lutz - 10th - 17:49
Myles Kloer
Andrew Marschall - 16th - 18:24
Jonathon Campbell - 19th - 18:36
Tim Butler - 25th - 19:20

Chloe Anderson - 1st - 18:54
Christine Garves - 3rd - 20:44
Ashlee Smalley - 5th - 20:50
Rebecca Chow - 12th - 22:16


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