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Iowa high school cross country 2018: Top returning girls

Marie Hostetler, Adrianna Katcher, Emily Staal are defending state champs

Springville-Central City’s Emily Staal is the defending Class 1A girls’ state cross country champion. Staal won in 18:36 last year. (Cliff Jette/The Gazette)
Springville-Central City’s Emily Staal is the defending Class 1A girls’ state cross country champion. Staal won in 18:36 last year. (Cliff Jette/The Gazette)

Top returning area girls’ cross country individuals, with state-meet places and times from 2017:

Marie Hostetler, jr., Mid-Prairie — Class 2A champion, 17:51.

Adrianna Katcher, jr., Center Point-Urbana — Class 3A champion (2nd title), 18:23.

Emily Staal, jr., Springville-Central City — Class 1A champion, 18:36.

Laurdyn Meyer, soph,. Cedar Rapids Prairie — 7th in Class 4A, 18:50.

Reagan Gorman, sr., Cedar Rapids Washington — 8th in Class 4A, 18:51.

Lilly Geelan, soph., Linn-Mar — 10th in Class 4A, 18:53.

Madeline Rhomberg, sr., Cascade — 6th in Class 2A, 19:03.

Micah Poellet, soph., Linn-Mar — 16th in Class 4A, 19:11.

Camille Mac, soph., Iowa City Liberty — 13th in Class 3A, 19:16.

Kiara Malloy-Selgado, soph., Iowa City West — 29th in Class 4A, 19:28.

Kiersten Conway, soph., Solon — 22nd in Class 3A, 19:33.

Ana Fleming, soph., Mid-Prairie — 10th in Class 2A, 19:43.

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