By Kevin Cloe

Sun Correspondent

With only four runners competing at the Camp Verde Invitational meet last weekend, Wickenburg High School’s cross country teams still showed improvements.

Lady Wrangler Madison Roddy finished 13th in the girls sophomore race with a time of 30:29 minutes, which Coach Doug Clementz noted was a two-minute personal-best improvement on the same course she ran last year.

“Some of our kids have been making small individual accomplishments over the past two weeks both in practice and on the race course,” Clementz commented. “That shows that we are gradually progressing in the direction we want to be going.”

Collin Hackett was the Wranglers’ lone male competitor at the meet — finishing 10th in the boys freshman race with a time of 26:45 minutes.

Cailin Almstedt (sixth in 27:24) and Natalie Male (10th in 44:48) were the two Lady Wranglers in the girls freshman race.

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