Sebeka Coed Varsity Cross Country

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Peterson to Compete at State

Warrior cross country runner Alyssa Peterson placed 8th at the Section 8A meet on Friday, October 24th and will compete at the state cross country meet. She will run on Saturday at 1:00 in Northfield, MN. Coach Steve Schreiber as also named as Section 8A Coach of the Year.

Repeat for the Lady Warriors

The Lady Warriors made it two years in a row, winning the Birch Tree conference meet.  The Warriors were led by 8th graders Alyssa Peterson (2nd place, 15:36) and Annika Aho (3rd place, 15:37) both of whom broke the record which was held by Anna Isaacson at 15:50. The girls placed 6 in the top 10

Small group of Warriors run well at OTC

With the junior high conference meet looming large on Tuesday, only a select group of sophomores, juniors and seniors went with to compete along side the 5th and 6th graders at Henning.  Anna Olson led the Lady Warriors charge taking 2nd place overall.  Jen Stifter and Andrea Korvela finished 7th and 8th respectively.  Sterling Crabb

Junior High Warriors show promising future for Cross Country!

The 7th-9th grade Warriors flexed their muscles at the junior high conference meet on Tuesday at their home course on Blueberry Pines Golf Course.  The boys team placed 6 in the top 10 and won the junior high meet for the first time in UNC history!  Leading the pack were Anthony Wurdock and Lars Keranen

Aho and Keranen lead a strong showing at Duluth

8th graders Annika Aho and Lars Keranen were able to showcase their running abilities on a cold, windy hilltop in Duluth on Saturday.  Running against their own age level they showed why they are competing at the varsity level in other races.  Aho pulled away from the second place finisher in the last 200 meters

Elementary Warriors in Training Run Well at Perham

The 5th and 6th grade cross country program has been a big hit in it’s first year at Menahga and Sebeka.  The group includes 32 5th and 6th graders that have already competed both at Frazee and Perham.  Both girls and boys groups are undefeated as a team and have placed the top girls and

Warriors hang tough in strong Perham meet

The Lady Warriors ran a school record 16:40 average team time in route to a 7th place finish in the very tough Perham invitational.  They out placed fellow section 8 rival Park Rapids by 3 points and fell just short of Roseau and Perham.  Alyssa Peterson led the charge with a time of 16:04.  She

UNC Girls drop times, have great showing at Mega Meet!

The Lady Warriors continue to surpass expectations as the cross country season moves past the midway point.  Coming to the Milaca Mega Meet with the 10th best average time out of 53 competing single A schools, the Warriors raced to many personal best times and took 3rd out of 53 teams, beating 2 teams ranked

Lady Warriors Take First

The United North Central girls varsity team competed in the Bagley pre-section meet on Tuesday, September 16th.  The lady warriors came into the meet with their sights set on competing with the top teams in the section.  Not only did they compete but they ended up winning the meet.  This victory is the biggest victory

Cross Country Update

Cross Country Update by Coach Steve Schreiber Princeton Meet The first meet of the year went extremely well for a strong group of UNC runners.  The girls varsity team finished in 2nd place behind Spectrum, who competed at the state meet last year.  They narrowly missed a victory losing 50-52.  The girls were lead by