Re: [hr100] Re: Somers and Wood lead ASC to national title
- Congrats to the girls, Blake, and you and Rebecca as proud parents!
very, very cool.
just heading out for a run, and hope the hunters don't get me... or Tucker.
It's not the NH boys I worry about. It's them dang Massachusetts city
folk that come up here in the "wilds" and shoot at anything that moves.
People here know how to handle firearms, and though they use them
regularly for purposes other than hunting...
(ie... New Years eve, July 4, when the Red Sox win, when the Pats win,
when their kid scores in Jr. High soccer, groundhog day, etc. etc.)
they DO generally know how to handle them when it really counts.
Live Free or Die !
Blake Wood wrote:
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> In addition, Ryan McNiff, who paced me and others at last summer's
> Hardrock, got his first All-American honor (22nd place) while helping
> the Adams men tie for 2nd place at Nationals.
> One correction tho' - our Los Alamos girls didn't win the NM state
> championship this year, although the boys did (and beat the #1 ranked
> team in the country to do it!)
> - Blake
> --- In email@example.com <mailto:hr100%40yahoogroups.com>, "Dale
> Garland" <hardrock100@...> wrote:
> > Saturday was a good day for Brittany Somers, daughter of Grouse Gulch
> > aid station captain Bill Somers and Heather Wood, daughter of Blake
> Wood. Both
> > were part of the Adams State College women's cross country program
> > claimed it's fifth straight NCAA Div II national championship. Both
> > and Heather finished in the top 30 in the race, which garnered both of
> > All American honors. A hardy Hardrock congratulations to both of these
> > young ladies for a great season!
> > In high school running, Margaret Wood finished 4th in the New Mexico
> > state cross country championships and helped her Los Alamos team to
> the New
> > Mexico state cross country championship. Many of you may know of the
> > alamos team; they come out en masse to cheer on Hardrock runners and
> help at
> > Grouse Gulch every year.
> > Happy Thanksgiving to all you Hardrockers!
> > Dale G.