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Scottie Harriers Compete at Nationals

published November 22, 2011

Scottie Harriers Compete at Nationals


The Highland Community College cross country teams competed over the weekend at the NJCAA Division I National Championship Meet held in Hobbs, New Mexico.


The Scottie men competed as a team and finished the meet with a 31st place finish out of a total of 39 teams with 810 team points. Highland was led by sophomore David Keach (Neodesha) with a 36th place finish in 27:57.97, just missing All-American status by one second. Freshman Tim Borger (Eudora) was the Scotties’ second runner with a time of 30:03.49, good for 169th place. Freshman Derek Wright (McLouth) ran well for the Scotties, finishing 202nd place in 30:42.17. Paradise Valley Community College was the team champions with 54 total points. Kemoy Campbell from South Plain College won the individual championship with a time of 25:22.08.


The Scottie women were represented by freshman Mary Kate Taylor (Chillicothe, MO) who finished in 103rd place with a time of 21:47.89. Iowa Central Community College won the team championship with 84 team points. Natoya Goule from South Plains College won the meet with a time of 18:45.16.


Men’s Results

Name                           Place                Time

David Keach               34 (36)             27:57.97

Tim Borger                  155 (169)         30:03.49

Derek Wright              183 (202          30:42.17

Keith Edmonds           208 (233)         31:30.34

Garrett VanWinkle     230 (259)         32:49.29

Derrick Schluter          240 (270)         33:51.67


Women’s Results

Name                           Place                Time

Mary Kate Taylor        103                  21:47.89



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