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Wayzata boys, girls' cross-country teams ranked first in preseason polls

08/08/2014, 3:45pm CDT
By Paul Klauda

Practice begins Monday for the fall season.

The first rankings of 2014-15 have been released by the Minnesota Cross-Country Coaches Association:

2A boys' teams
1 Wayzata 72
2 Edina 64
3 Stillwater 62
4 Hopkins 52
5 Rosemount 47
6 Minneapolis Washburn 38
7 Chaska 27
8 Lakeville North 23
9 Eden Prairie 18
10 Prior Lake 13
11 Centennial 12
12 Hutchinson 9
Other teams receiving votes: Alexandria, Burnsville, Chanhassen,
St. Michael-Albertville, White Bear Lake

2A boys' individuals
1 Connor Olson, Wayzata 67
2. (tie) Eli Krahn, Stillwater 61; Joe Klecker, Hopkins 61
4 Joey Duerr, Chaska 57
5 Chase Cayo, Stma 43
6 Faysal Mahmoud, Burnsville 39
7 Logan Ramlet, Edina 33
8 Jaret Carpenter, Wayzata 31
9 Justin Hytinnen, Farmington 25
10 (tie) Ian Eklin, Wayzata 16; Bailey Hesse-Withbro, Stillwater 16
12 Alex Berhe, Rosemount 6
Others receiving votes: Hunter Bailey, Winona;
Matthew Lundstrom, Detroit Lakes; Jack Manderscheid, Edina;
Abdirahman Mohamed, Saint Paul Harding; Lucas Trapp, Elk River

2A girls' teams
1 Wayzata
2 Lakeville South
3 Edina
4 Marshall
5 Willmar
6 Forest Lake
7 East Ridge
8 Bemidji
9 Lakeville North
10 Roseville
11 Minnetonka
12 Chaska
Others receiving votes: Austin, Eden Prairie, Elk River, Monticello, Rosemount, Alexandria, Eagan

2A girls' individuals
1 Bethany Hasz, 11 Alexandria
2 Megan Hasz, 11 Alexandria
3 Jenna Truedson, 12 Bemidji
4 Anna French, 12 Wayzata
5 Tess Misgen, 10 Shakopee
6 Anna Van Wyk, 12 Eagan
7 Emily Betz, 12 East Ridge
8 Annika Lerdall, 10 Wayzata
9 Jane Baue, 10 North St Paul
10 Lizzy Heil, 10 St. Michael-Albertville
11 Rachel King, 11 St. Michael-Albertville 
12 Emily Covert, 8 Minneapolis Washburn

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