A good time was had by all at the Inaugural Death Valley Alumni Cross Country Kick-Off 5K Run/Walk. The event was organized by Cross Country Coach Lanny Conner and Alumni Director Mike Yeager and provided a range of participation options from competitive running to walking at a pace of your choosing. Participants included current students and Southern Columbia alumni and friends. The District extends many thanks to the organizers and participants of this event and we look forward to the Second Annual  5K Run/Walk scheduled for August 12th next summer!

 

 

 

 
 
The top male and female finishers for the Inaugural Death Valley Alumni Cross Country Kick-Off 5K Run/Walk were: Brady Reese (freshman student), Teanna Shutt, Class of 2014, Gabriella Delbo, Class of 2016, Ethan Knoebel, (sophomore student), Halle Cox (freshman student) and Joseph Davis, Class of 2016. Ethan finished in first place overall with Gabriella being the top female runner.

 

 

 

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