2022 Individual Rankings – Week Four

We’re baaaack after a BIG weekend!

These are compiled and computed using the ratings from the meets here, including those from this weekend that haven’t been posted. You’ll notice that smaller meets are missing, as are a few of the league meets. I picked and chose what felt applicable, of course with a human making those decisions, that affects the ratings a bit. Also, since the Huron Invitational wasn’t up by Saturday at 9pm, I didn’t get a chance to add it. As of now, it appears the meet has been uploaded to athleticnet and thus will be factored in next week.

As a rule, I take the upper 2/3 of a runner’s profile and weigh those ratings, more weight given towards more recent races. This creates a scenario where over the weekend, a runner may not have had their best race this season, but could be better than their worst effort of the season. With that, they may pass a runner that beat them on Saturday, so keep in mind that these are cumulative and not just based on the most recent result.

There will be some cases where Runner A beats Runner B at a race, but Runner B is ranked higher. Commonly, this will happen because runner B ran exceptionally elsewhere, or perhaps Runner A ran less than exceptionally elsewhere. As we get further in the season and obtain more data, these instances will decrease.

I’d like to give a shoutout to at least one boy/girl from each Division, usually someone who made their first appearance or wasn’t projected so high in the summer preview. I will tend to write more about upperclassmen, but can always make exceptions. Please know that if you’re not written about, it’s not that I hate you. It’s just that I don’t have time. If you want to brag about your athlete or child or teammate, write up something and I’ll share it.

Have fun with these and show love towards others. If I catch any of y’all slippin’ on that, I’ll force you to unstuff every shoe at Hansons Running Shop.

112Lezawe OsterinkWyoming Potter’s House215.2
212Logan SwineyWyoming Potter’s House197.4
312Christopher RusselburgAllen Park Cabrini194.0
412Cal BenjaminHarbor Springs192.4
512Tyler BaysReading190.8
611Jackson RodriguezWyoming Potter’s House185.8
711Owen PattonVestaburg185.0
811Ian PalaciosWyoming Potter’s House184.9
912Dakota DykhuisMontabella182.3
1012Macartan MoorePetoskey St. Michael181.3
1112Jacob WartenbergJohannesburg-Lewiston180.1
1212Nate WingMason County Eastern178.2
1311Malaki GaschoJohannesburg-Lewiston177.3
1411Tyler LennMarine City Cardinal Mooney177.3
1511Thomas HolmHillsdale Academy176.6
1612Zachary MaendelPetoskey St. Michael175.1
1712Nathan WingMason County Eastern172.7
1811Blake FoxJohannesburg-Lewiston172.1
1911Noah FintonWyoming Potter’s House171.7
2012Alex MeszarosRiverview Gabriel Richard171.4
2111Aiden FitchettDryden170.7
2211Sawyer StonemanBreckenridge170.7
2312Ethan GreenKingston170.3
2412Skylar WerdenFrankfort170.1
2511Luke SpragueSt Philip Catholic Central169.4
2610Mason SinkeBear Lake-Onekama168.6
279Landen LivingstonWhitmore Lake168.4
2811Michael AllenEast Jackson167.7
2912Logan CooperPotterville167.2
3012Kade SpahrPittsford166.5
3112Adair ArtisConcord166.2
329Abenezer CeroneRoyal Oak Shrine166.0
339Lynus CadarettePetoskey St. Michael165.4
349Marek ButkiewiczKalamazoo Hackett165.2
3512Owen GrossBeal City162.8
3612Jackson KulawiakBuckley162.6
3711Alex WantyHale162.1
3812Caleb HowardWebberville161.8
3911Javin MericleEast Jackson161.5
4010Tyler LaansmaTri-Unity Christian161.5
418Riley WeedHolland Calvary Christian161.4
4211Trevor ClarkeHarbor Springs160.9
4312Johnny BenkoRiverview Gabriel Richard160.8
4411Logan KihnkeHarbor Springs160.5
459Pierson CousinoAdrian Lenawee Christian159.1
469Benjamin LauberJohannesburg-Lewiston158.0
4712Deegan BodellCarson City-Crystal158.0
4810Adam SlavensThree Oaks River Valley157.6
4912Lucas LangeAdrian Lenawee Christian157.6
5012Merrick MichaelsonWest Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy157.0

Dakota Dykhus, Montabella: Probably the best early September that Dakota has had in his career. His races at Trent Carter and Beal City were both a good chunk faster than his 2021 times. Based on these early season performances, he’s a good bet to return to the medal stand in Brooklyn, a feat he was able to accomplish in 2020.

111Aiden HarrandBuckley140.6
210Presley AllenMendon136.4
311Ava TeedAllen Park Cabrini128.2
411Miriam MurrellGaylord St. Mary123.0
512Erika Van LotonHuron Valley Lutheran120.2
610Eliza KeithAuburn Hills Oakland Christian120.1
79Carina BurchiWhitmore Lake118.9
810Ava MallarPittsford114.5
910Izzy BrooksAdrian Lenawee Christian114.4
1010Juniper RodhamHarbor Springs112.3
1112Megan RobertsHillsdale Academy111.5
1211Madalyn AgrenJohannesburg-Lewiston111.1
1310Ella KnudsenLeland110.4
1410Allie NowakJohannesburg-Lewiston110.2
1512Petra FooteGrand Traverse Academy108.4
1611Allison GlendeningSt. Joseph Lake Michigan Catholic108.0
1710Hannah GeaneyThe Potter’s House106.0
189Rowan AllenMendon105.7
1911Brooke SmithPittsford105.0
2011Amelia ThompsonBig Rapids Crossroads Academy104.5
219Ruth BrownleeHillsdale Academy104.0
2211Isabella YeomanGenesee102.9
2312Helana NapiorkowskiAustin Catholic101.2
2412Ashlyn KephartLansing Christian100.5
2511Ivy AndreasThe Potter’s House99.5
2611Ellayna MeredithPortland St. Patrick99.2
2712Madeleine BargeRochester Hills Lutheran NW98.1
2810Isabelle EppertFarwell98.1
2910Lucy ShoupMason County Eastern93.7
309Elodie WeaverWhitmore Lake93.3
3111Natalie MeadowsWhitmore Lake92.7
3212Gabriella ReinboldUnionville-Sebewaing92.7
3312Sophia SanfordDeckerville92.5
3410Ella WaltonHillsdale Academy92.3
3511Leah ZarrilliAuburn Hills Oakland Christian91.8
3610McKenzie BowmanHarbor Springs89.6
3712Brooke CravenWhitmore Lake86.1
3810Reece WrubleHarbor Beach86.0
399Emersyn BachelderMorenci86.0
4011Abby RiceRochester Hills Lutheran NW85.7
4112Kaylee LockeBeal City85.4
429Cieara BarrettConcord85.3
4312Kaylee AultmanColeman84.7
449Madi HarePlymouth Christian Academy83.8
4511Josie DubucNovi Christian Academy83.4
4610Kelcie PungFowler83.0
4712Aliz PusztaiLibertas Christian82.6
4810Natalie GibbsBirmingham Roeper81.4
499Lilah KileyKingston81.2
509Fran WarrenHarbor Springs80.4

Juniper Rodham, Harbor Springs: Has started her sophomore season where she ended the year as a freshman. High-20’s at Red Devil and Charlevoix’s Mud Run. The latter ended in a victory; she placed 2nd amongst all D4 runners in the former.

112Hunter JonesBenzie Central227.6
212Parks AllenIthaca206.5
311Samuel MartiniKent City199.0
411Collin FarmerPewamo-Westphalia198.6
512Clayton AckleyHart196.8
612Nathan JenkinsGrandville Calvin Christian193.2
710Theodore DavisDansville191.7
811Ben MarchSt. Louis190.8
99Gage HoffmanStanton Central Montcalm190.4
1012Wyatt DeanHart189.7
1112William WinterParchment189.6
1212Rogan MellingHanover-Horton189.5
1312Seth AckleyHart189.0
1411Brad WhiteClare188.5
1510August RohdeReed City187.8
1612Jake O’NeilRemus Chippewa Hills187.3
1712Josh KerrTraverse City St. Francis186.2
1811Anthony KiaunisReed City185.9
1912Logan WeisCentreville185.7
2012Pol MollinsBenzie Central185.4
2111Boden GenoveseColoma185.0
2211Keegan MastersOttawa Lake-Whiteford183.8
2312Cameron PierceLeslie183.3
2412Austin BrownHanover-Horton182.9
2512Connor StefanovskyCaro182.5
2611Alex CzeiszpergerHudson182.1
2711Drew MooreGrayling181.8
2811Simon VanderVluchtMonroe St. Mary CC181.1
2912Andrew HardyStanton Central Montcalm180.8
3011Nic PorterClare179.7
3110Max StittHart179.3
3211Nathan DaySaranac178.6
3311Jaden BarnesBloomingdale178.4
3411Graham CostonStanton Central Montcalm178.0
3511Tucker KrummTraverse City St. Francis177.9
3612Elijah PowellSaranac176.8
3711Ryan AllenReed City176.2
3812Jackson AnselErie Mason176.0
3910Levi KampsGrand Rapids Covenant Christian174.7
4012Ethan GlickConstantine174.7
4111Matthew PattulloCaro174.6
4211Matthew AntonRavenna174.6
4312Levi MaierChesaning174.5
4412Collin CookStockbridge173.9
4510Coleson CruzanWhite Cloud173.8
4611Gannon ShoreJackson Lumen Christi173.5
4711Gavin GuggemosKalkaska172.7
4812Caiden KippnickManchester172.3
4910Landon PestrueSt. Louis171.4
5012Ashton WellsBronson171.2

Ben March, St. Louis: Ben has known greatness both with his Shark teams and as an individual. Two consecutive team state titles and two All-State finishes. But I don’t know if he’s had a three race stretch such as this in his career. Three sub-17’s including a win in the Small Division at John Bruder.

110Jessica JazwinskiHart163.1
210Emmry RossOnsted155.8
312CC JonesLansing Catholic153.5
412Hannah PriccoLansing Catholic152.2
511Alyson EnnsHart147.5
610Lila VolkersKent City147.1
711Madison OsterbergJackson Lumen Christi144.9
812Sophia RheinTraverse City St. Francis144.0
912Kara TerakedisOnsted143.4
1012Madeleine HillSaranac142.6
1110Whitney WernerPewamo-Westphalia141.3
1211Kendra KosterLawton141.1
1312Ava MaginityBoyne City139.8
1410Kyah HoffmanStanton Central Montcalm139.5
1511Kinsie JacquesPinconning137.0
169Brynne SchulteElk Rapids136.7
1710Grace VanderKooiMuskegon Western Michigan Christian135.4
1810Betsy SkendzelTraverse City St. Francis135.2
1911Tessa RoeLansing Catholic135.0
2011Mylie KellyBenzie Central134.7
2111Miranda McNeilMorley-Stanwood130.6
2210Eliza BushYpsilanti Arbor Preparatory130.3
239Grace CostonStanton Central Montcalm128.3
2411Liliana LehnstIthaca127.7
2511Amber KooleGrand Rapids Covenant Christian127.1
2611Laina SladicsCharlevoix126.9
2712Ellymae McCoyReese125.9
289Bella LaFountainMonroe St. Mary CC125.4
2911Cecilia PostmaManistee123.7
309Hailey CreisherLeslie123.0
3110Grace SlocumTraverse City St. Francis119.1
3210Erin LubahnLeslie118.3
3311Jaiden DickmanSt. Louis117.5
3410Ashley ChoponisStanton Central Montcalm116.1
3510Kaya VrableCaro115.9
3610Kerith ShortUniversity Liggett115.6
3712Ella KowatchPewamo-Westphalia115.0
389Macy FazekasJackson Lumen Christi115.0
3912Abby ArensPewamo-Westphalia114.0
409Hope MillerBlissfield113.9
4110Chloe StalhoodHillsdale111.7
429Quinn HatfieldRemus Chippewa Hills111.0
4310Layla LopezJackson Lumen Christi109.4
4411Claire NeumannSaginaw Valley Lutheran109.1
4512Jonathah BouwmanGrandville Calvin Christian107.8
4612Hope WilkesBrooklyn Columbia Central107.3
4711Paige HerronCaro106.4
4811Ava HollandsworthRemus Chippewa Hills106.1
4912Emma SoelbergShelby106.0
5011Hayden HengesbachPewamo-Westphalia105.8

Madeleine Hill, Saranac: We knew Madeleine was in for a special fall given her opener, this just confirms it. First time in the 18’s for this senior. As I noted in the summer, she made a colossal jump during track, showing range from 2:19 to 11:24. This early cross-country success is the culmination of that foundation laid in the spring.

111Connell AlfordChelsea220.1
212Joey BowmanSt. Johns210.6
312Michael HegartyDearborn Divine Child210.0
410TJ HansenFreeland206.3
512Carter McCalisterMonroe Jefferson205.9
612Kyle EberhardLinden205.0
712Aiden SullivanForest Hills Eastern204.9
811Evan LoughridgePinckney203.6
912Aiden SmithAdrian202.8
1011Braylon PettyAdrian202.6
1112Braydon HonsingerFreeland202.2
1211Gregory JanesakSparta199.7
1310Simon TriezenbergGrand Rapids Christian198.7
1412Lukas KrieschYale198.2
1511Nate CarmodyHaslett198.0
1611Ryan BrinkerEast Grand Rapids197.1
1712Owen WesterkampBig Rapids196.7
1812Bram HartsuffChelsea196.5
1912Colin WesseldykOtsego195.6
209Thomas LarsonAlma194.6
2111Logan RuffnerRiverview193.8
2211Ethan SandulaPinckney193.8
2311Nolan NixonCadillac193.5
2411Elliott SirianniClio192.5
2512Zebedee SwagerChelsea192.4
2611Alex TholeEast Grand Rapids192.2
2712Carter BoullardSt. Clair192.1
2812Zach DebeauclairPinckney191.7
2911Aiden KrugerNiles191.5
3010Landen WiseFrankenmuth191.5
3110Alex DonethMason191.1
3212Caleb BoesGrand Rapids South Christian190.9
3312Tyler DohmSt. Johns190.6
3412Andre RichmondWhitehall190.5
3511Shane IzzardPetoskey190.3
3612Camden KhonArmada189.9
3712Carter McIlroyWhitehall189.4
3812David HarrisSt. Clair188.9
3912Camden JohnecheckWilliamston188.8
4012Max VanHuisHamilton187.8
4111Isaac StaibSt. Johns187.4
4212Alex ParkerForest Hills Eastern187.0
4312Austin WillifordPaw Paw186.9
4412Elijah RobinsonEast Grand Rapids186.8
4511Brendan HovingForest Hills Eastern186.8
4610Will EngbersHolland Christian186.7
4712Ben KnuthBig Rapids186.1
489Jonah WorkmanEast Grand Rapids185.9
4911Cooper JacobsenForest Hills Eastern185.9
5011Blake FergusonYale185.7

Carter McCalister, Monroe Jefferson: Carter’s progression throughout his career can be inspirational to all. He began his career in a manner that many freshmen do, a 19:46 at Milan. That became a sub-18 at the end of the 2019 season, a sub-17 as a sophomore, and now sub-16. That 15:47 on Saturday won the Bronze race, which consisted mainly of his D2 competition.

111Allison KuzmaZeeland East154.7
211Mary RichmondFrankenmuth151.5
311Natalie VanOtterenGrand Rapids Christian151.0
411Drew MullerEast Grand Rapids150.3
511Megan GermainOtsego149.7
610Elena FigueroaSt. Joseph142.1
79Emma HoffmanOtsego140.8
812Emma JanesakSparta138.4
911Jenna PilachowskiMonroe Jefferson137.7
1012Lily ParkerSpring Lake137.0
119Gracie LynnEast Grand Rapids136.8
129Reese LynnEast Grand Rapids136.8
1310Madeline LoePetoskey136.1
1410Sadey SeyferthEast Grand Rapids135.0
159Lilah PoelGrand Rapids Christian134.9
1610Taylor MitchellOtsego134.0
1710Kamryn LauingerGoodrich133.4
1811Naomi NelsonGrand Rapids Christian133.3
1911Clara FletcherSt. Johns132.7
2011Gail VaikutisSt. Joseph132.0
219Marie GatesHudsonville Unity Christian131.8
2210Ezgi KurtAlma130.7
2312Sarah DixonForest Hills Eastern129.7
2410Lexie RuffingSpring Lake129.6
2512Sophie EndrudDetroit Country Day128.8
2611CamBrie CoreyPetoskey128.5
2711Nora O’LearyPetoskey128.0
2811Logan BrazeeOtsego126.7
2910Eva ThompsonCroswell-Lexington126.2
3011Addison WashlerForest Hills Eastern126.0
3111Morgan NewtonCroswell-Lexington125.5
3212Ariel WarnerShepherd125.3
3311Sophia LadoEast Grand Rapids125.2
3412Ellory ClasonForest Hills Eastern124.7
3512Gianna-Marie SchubertAnn Arbor Gabriel Richard124.7
369Meredith CookZeeland East124.5
3711Camille DeColaMarshall124.4
3811Payton HoltzGrand Rapids Christian124.3
3911Abby YoungSt. Johns124.0
4012Kaylee PestaTecumseh123.3
4112Olivia BarabasWayland Union122.9
4211Emma DeVriesGR West Michigan Aviation122.7
4310Brooklyn KhonArmada122.5
4412Lauren HunterHaslett122.0
4510Mea D’agostinoOrchard Lake St. Mary’s121.8
4610Ava CrewsMiddleville Thornapple-Kellogg121.7
479Natalie FoltzFrankenmuth121.4
4811Meghan FordMason119.2
4911Emma SteeleVicksburg118.2
5010Natalia DeMeaChelsea117.5

Emma Janesak, Sparta: A familiar locale was the spot for Emma’s best race of her season, wait, her career. An 18:55 at the Sparta Invite was her first ever sub-19 effort. She’s coming off her first track season for the Spartans, the 2:29/5:23 attained in the spring is surely a help to her cross-country performance.

111Seth NorderGrand Haven216.0
212Benne AndersonGrand Rapids Ottawa Hills213.7
311Brendan HergerNorthville213.7
412Nolan ClarkGrand Haven209.8
512Trent McFarlandUtica207.8
612Sean ByrnesPlymouth206.4
711Thomas WestphalAnchor Bay205.0
812Caleb BranchMuskegon Mona Shores202.3
911Connor ClorRomeo202.3
1011Iain ForrestDavison202.1
1110Taye (Sintayehu) LevensonBloomfield Hills201.5
1211Jasper CaneKalamazoo Central201.3
1311Ty ParkerWalled Lake Northern201.3
1411Vincent GuaresimoRomeo201.0
1512Nicolas FryAnn Arbor Skyline200.7
1611Tyler LangleyBrighton200.7
1711Vishvaa RavishankarTroy200.2
1811Kenny LewisSaginaw Heritage199.8
1911Sebastian RamirezRoyal Oak199.6
2012Samuel JacksonSaline199.4
2112Jared PlattWhite Lake Lakeland199.3
2211Aiden MooreBattle Creek Lakeview199.1
2312Brady HeronNorthville199.0
2412Ethan PruzinskyAuburn Hills Avondale198.6
2511Luke SulimanAnn Arbor Skyline198.5
2612Alex BobakPlymouth198.4
2712Griffin ConwayNovi198.2
2812Justin RooseFraser198.1
2911Bryce NowikClarkston198.1
3010Ethan PowellNorthville197.8
3112Jordan DomanyCaledonia197.5
3211Truman JohnsonSaline197.3
3312Ethan KrampeForest Hills Central197.1
3411Brandon AndersonDexter197.0
3512Colin GrahamRockford196.5
3612Glen DavisPort Huron Northern196.0
3712Ben HunterPortage Central195.9
3812Joshua GormleyPortage Central195.6
3912Espen WoodCedar Springs195.3
4012Jaben BakkerHudsonville195.2
4112Micah BauerTraverse City Central194.8
4211Liam WaltersGrand Rapids Ottawa Hills194.5
4312Brendan DowneyGrosse Pointe South194.4
4412Nathan RidderingNovi194.4
4512Brady MatuszewskiBrighton194.3
4610Logan MullanDetroit U-D Jesuit194.0
4712Matthew ShortBerkley193.9
4812Elliot CareySalem193.9
4912Brock MalaikalNorthville193.6
5011Noah SelvarajBay City Western193.5

Seth Norder, Grand Haven: Just as in June, Seth showed his mettle and toughness in the latter stages of an elite race. Battling for 3rd at the Spartan Elite 2-mile mark, he nearly snatched the victory from Connor Ackley. In the process, he nailed the second sub-15 effort by a Michigan kid this season and vaulted himself up these D1 leaderboards.

110Helen SachsHolland West Ottawa179.7
212Arianne OlsonHolland West Ottawa175.3
312Anna DelgadoEast Lansing166.9
412Emily CooperAnn Arbor Pioneer160.2
512Allison ArnsmanGrandville159.2
612Annika SandmanLowell153.6
712Maya GuikemaJenison152.5
811Jayden HarbertsMacomb Dakota152.4
912Allison CornellForest Hills Northern150.9
1012Madison ClorRomeo150.9
1110Lucy CookRochester148.0
1212Taylor PangburnGrand Ledge147.5
1310Valerie BeeckGrand Haven144.9
1411Carrigan EberlyBrighton144.1
1510Mallory BigelowOxford143.5
1610Cassie GarciaNorthville142.4
1710Victoria GarcesH.H. Dow142.4
1811Natalie MelloAnn Arbor Pioneer139.9
1912Mackenzie WrightHowell139.4
2011Selma AndersonGrand Rapids Ottawa Hills139.4
2110Jordyn KlaasenZeeland West139.4
2211Ella ChristensenNorthville138.6
2312Samantha CostWyandotte Roosevelt138.4
2410Alena BlumbergDexter137.6
2510Isabelle BeckerBay City Western137.5
2612Emma NetzelHolt137.4
2711Alexandra BrighamClarkston137.2
2811Nikki CarothersBrighton137.2
2911Clara James-HeerForest Hills Central136.8
3010Violet HrabovskyRomeo135.6
3112Megan PostmaHolland West Ottawa135.6
3210Taylor BrodeurOxford135.3
3312Lily SolekRochester Hills Stoney Creek134.8
3410Lauren WalkerHolt134.7
3512Cara NewmanCanton133.8
3612Mia RoganSaline133.4
3711Shannon GillahanOkemos133.4
389Emmerson ClorRomeo133.3
3911Ava KingTraverse City West133.1
4011Lily SalazarOkemos133.0
4112Caroline VanceAnn Arbor Skyline132.8
4210Grace GrupidoFraser132.5
4312Sophia ThomasGrand Blanc131.6
4411Braydee EllingOxford130.3
4512Ana DunfeeKalamazoo Loy Norrix130.0
4612Natalie KesslerAnn Arbor Skyline130.0
4711Layla KrayemLivonia Stevenson129.5
4812Grace HarkenriderHighland-Milford129.3
4912Genavieve Kushner-LopezWalled Lake Western129.3
509Trinity VanderWoudeRockford128.1

Madison Clor, Romeo: This season, I’ve attended two of Madison’s three races and just love her aggressive mindset. Taking it from the gun, setting a blistering pace early, and daring others to come along. With three victories in three races, no one has been able to do so yet.

RankGradeNameTeamW4 Rating
112Carson VanderschaafMarquette197.0
212Drew HughesGladstone188.1
39Gabe LitznerSault Ste. Marie187.9
412Brady KetzenbergerMarquette180.1
512Amos NorlandDollar Bay177.9
610Chase ThomsenMarquette176.3
712Cody AldridgeSault Ste. Marie175.8
812Colin VanderschaafMarquette175.8
911Cullen PapinMarquette175.6
1012Adam WhiteMarquette171.7
1110Trevor NolanMunising170.3
1212William SnowWatersmeet Township169.5
139Peter ArgeropoulosMarquette167.6
1412John PlaxcoNegaunee166.1
1512Kai ChouinardMarquette165.9
1610Joey LauzonIronwood165.5
1711James KraegMarquette162.9
1812Tavin LarsonPainesdale-Jeffers160.8
1912Cyrus HamlinHoughton160.1
209Cameron AndersonPainesdale-Jeffers158.7
2110Seppi CamilliMarquette158.3
2212Tyler SmithIronwood157.5
2310Isaiah LawsonHoughton156.4
2412Alex (Alexzander) KorpelaIronwood155.1
2510Birk SeagrenHoughton155.0

Drew Hughes, Gladstone: I love when UP teams make the trek down south, Marquette and Sault Ste. Marie joining Gladstone in LP meets this weekend. Drew knocked off a 16:57 in the heat at Holly, his third straight year reaching that mark.

RankGradeNameTeamW4 Rating
111Lola KorpiIshpeming118.7
29Samantha TaylorNewberry118.4
312Cassandra GallagherSault Ste. Marie114.8
412Endla HarrisNegaunee108.3
59Tessa RautiolaHoughton102.8
611Abby HarmaMarquette102.0
710Monet ArgeropoulosMarquette101.1
810Lily RossHoughton98.9
99Ella FureMarquette98.0
1010Marlee PlaxcoNegaunee97.3
1112Natalie StoneWakefield-Marenisco/Bessemer94.7
1212Lilley SmithIronwood92.8
1310Tessa BrunsMarquette91.4
1410Aubrey SmithIronwood88.8
1512Monique BrissonMunising88.8
1612Claire FilpusHoughton85.4
179Maya CarlsonManistique79.0
1812Attica BrandtMenominee76.4
1912Maylie KilpelaHancock76.0
2011Retta BoburkaIshpeming Westwood75.0
2112Courtney LarsonMarquette72.4
2211Annabelle NeumeierEscanaba71.8
2311Ayla MillerHoughton71.3
2410Addison LacyMarinette70.2
2512Elodie MalherbeMarquette64.9

Ella Fure, Marquette: Ella surely benefitted from the blazing fast field at Spartan, cruising to a 35 second personal best. It takes a special someone to rise to the occasion in a big field, Marquette will be glad to have her for the next 3.5 years.


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