Durango girls, Bayfield’s Shields shine at Boggy Draw Bear Chase

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Durango girls, Bayfield’s Shields shine at Boggy Draw Bear Chase

Bodewes, Kondrat got 1-2 for Demons
Bayfield’s Zeb Shields (161) started near, and would remain near the front of the pack during the boys’ varsity feature at Dolores High’s 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase cross-country meet Friday evening. He would finish second overall on the all-terrain course in a time of 18:21.
Finding welcome shade on a hot day out in Montezuma County, Durango’s Kristina Bodewes (18) runs solo Friday evening through a forested section of the Dolores-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s all-terrain route. She would win the girls’ varsity feature, clocking a time of 22:16.
With Durango’s Avery Cerwin on her heels, Ignacio’s Maci Barnes (32) begins attacking infamous Boo-Boo Hill late in the Dolores-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s girls’ varsity feature Friday evening. Making her Lady Bobcat debut on the all-terrain course, Barnes would finish a team-best sixth overall in a time of 24:57.
Durango’s Angelina Kondrat (22) and Nina Quayle (25) were leaders of the pack early in the Dolores-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s girls’ varsity feature Friday evening. Kondrat would end up placing second in 22:25; Quayle placed fourth in 24:01.
Ignacio’s Gabe Tucson (190) runs during the opening mile of the boys’ varsity feature at DHS’ 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase Friday evening. Tucson would finish his first cross-country race in 37th place, clocking 29:58 (Vandever would rally to nab 35th in 28:48).
Durango’s Charlie Dillman (171) runs alone through a forested section of the Boggy Draw Bear Chase--hosted by Dolores--course during the 2nd annual meet’s boys’ varsity feature Friday evening. He would place 13th overall in a time of 21:24.
Durango’s Sam Persing (180) keeps a forward focus while leading Telluride’s Cole Paczosa (236) through a forested section of the Boggy Draw Bear Chase--hosted by Dolores--route during the 2nd annual meet’s boys’ varsity feature Friday evening. Persing would end up the Demons’ top finisher in a time of 20:05--a fraction of a tick faster than Paczosa.
Bayfield’s Abby Tate (11) prepares to pass Mancos’ Liz Lund (54) as both begin climbing infamous Boo-Boo Hill late in the Dolores-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s girls’ varsity feature Friday evening. Tate would finish a BHS-best 16th overall in 28:02; Lund fell back to 30th in 31:52.
Ignacio’s Eppie Quintana (188) and Tyler Barnes (186) listen to head coach Daniel Holley’s comments during their meet-ending huddle. The race marked IHS’ first varsity cross-country foray in decades, with Quintana--17th place in 22:05--the first Bobcat across the finish line (Barnes would take 38th in 31:21)
Ignacio’s Moriah Ashley (30) strides alongside Dolores’ Anaya Martinez during the opening mile of the DHS-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s girls’ varsity feature Friday evening. Making her IHS debut on the challenging course, Ashley would place 21st overall in 28:58; Martinez would finish 17th in 28:12.
Durango’s Avery Cerwin (19) leads Montezuma-Cortez’s Ridley Dennison (67) around a bend early in the Dolores-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s girls’ feature Friday evening. Cerwin would ultimately finish 22nd in 29:15; Dennison covered the all-terrain course in a ninth-place 25:52.

Durango girls, Bayfield’s Shields shine at Boggy Draw Bear Chase

Bayfield’s Zeb Shields (161) started near, and would remain near the front of the pack during the boys’ varsity feature at Dolores High’s 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase cross-country meet Friday evening. He would finish second overall on the all-terrain course in a time of 18:21.
Finding welcome shade on a hot day out in Montezuma County, Durango’s Kristina Bodewes (18) runs solo Friday evening through a forested section of the Dolores-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s all-terrain route. She would win the girls’ varsity feature, clocking a time of 22:16.
With Durango’s Avery Cerwin on her heels, Ignacio’s Maci Barnes (32) begins attacking infamous Boo-Boo Hill late in the Dolores-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s girls’ varsity feature Friday evening. Making her Lady Bobcat debut on the all-terrain course, Barnes would finish a team-best sixth overall in a time of 24:57.
Durango’s Angelina Kondrat (22) and Nina Quayle (25) were leaders of the pack early in the Dolores-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s girls’ varsity feature Friday evening. Kondrat would end up placing second in 22:25; Quayle placed fourth in 24:01.
Ignacio’s Gabe Tucson (190) runs during the opening mile of the boys’ varsity feature at DHS’ 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase Friday evening. Tucson would finish his first cross-country race in 37th place, clocking 29:58 (Vandever would rally to nab 35th in 28:48).
Durango’s Charlie Dillman (171) runs alone through a forested section of the Boggy Draw Bear Chase--hosted by Dolores--course during the 2nd annual meet’s boys’ varsity feature Friday evening. He would place 13th overall in a time of 21:24.
Durango’s Sam Persing (180) keeps a forward focus while leading Telluride’s Cole Paczosa (236) through a forested section of the Boggy Draw Bear Chase--hosted by Dolores--route during the 2nd annual meet’s boys’ varsity feature Friday evening. Persing would end up the Demons’ top finisher in a time of 20:05--a fraction of a tick faster than Paczosa.
Bayfield’s Abby Tate (11) prepares to pass Mancos’ Liz Lund (54) as both begin climbing infamous Boo-Boo Hill late in the Dolores-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s girls’ varsity feature Friday evening. Tate would finish a BHS-best 16th overall in 28:02; Lund fell back to 30th in 31:52.
Ignacio’s Eppie Quintana (188) and Tyler Barnes (186) listen to head coach Daniel Holley’s comments during their meet-ending huddle. The race marked IHS’ first varsity cross-country foray in decades, with Quintana--17th place in 22:05--the first Bobcat across the finish line (Barnes would take 38th in 31:21)
Ignacio’s Moriah Ashley (30) strides alongside Dolores’ Anaya Martinez during the opening mile of the DHS-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s girls’ varsity feature Friday evening. Making her IHS debut on the challenging course, Ashley would place 21st overall in 28:58; Martinez would finish 17th in 28:12.
Durango’s Avery Cerwin (19) leads Montezuma-Cortez’s Ridley Dennison (67) around a bend early in the Dolores-hosted 2nd Annual Boggy Draw Bear Chase’s girls’ feature Friday evening. Cerwin would ultimately finish 22nd in 29:15; Dennison covered the all-terrain course in a ninth-place 25:52.
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