How much running is too much for the Harriers?

This last weekend we went hiking and my youngest daughter Kate wore her 2013 Junior Olympic Association t-shirt.  The shirt had on the back of it all of the names from our cross-country team that ran in the Junior Olympics that year.  We had six athletes and of those six, 50% were my children.  We did have seventy kids turn out for cross-country that season but of that, only six went onto run in the Junior Olympics and in that meet only one went onto qualify for Regionals in Oregon.  To put things in perspective, last year we sent fifteen kids to nationals in Alabama.

Not only did we only send six athletes to the first Junior Olympic meet, our kids were demolished from the kids from Spokane.  This was 100% my fault as coach because I had spent all season preparing our kids to run the mile which is the distance for all the local cross-country meets in Yakima.  When they get to the Junior Olympics, the distance goes from 2k up to 4k so our kids did not have the endurance or experience to compete at this level.

Driving home from Spokane that fall in 2013, Aleah and I were flabbergasted at how two state-champion high school runners could have kids that did so poor in a cross-country meet like this.  What we failed to realize at that time was what allowed both of us to be state champions in high school was the years of hard work and discipline that was started back in middle school. Our kids did exactly as one would expect after eight weeks of training in a sport that they had never competed before in their lives.

We are very excited to be entering our fifth cross-country season September 11th. The great news for you is your coaches have four years of experience to look back upon in coaching and training of what has worked and what has not worked training kids ages 5-14 in cross-country. I want to write on one lesson we learned last year that we will be applying this year of cross-country: no two-workouts in one day!

In 2013, our kids did not practice enough.  Last year in 2016 we had multiple kids come down with injuries because of over-training. The overtraining did not happen at cross-country practice that Casey, Aleah and myself run, but it happened outside of practice.  I have two primary examples:

  1. Mileage Club—My wife and I are huge fans of the local mileage clubs in elementary and middle school in Yakima.  The downside though is kids 14&under are not prepared to run 2-4 miles at lunch and then five hours later come to cross-country practice and do a hard workout.  If he/she does this, eventually after a few weeks their bodies start to break down. So what are you to do if your child runs and loves mileage club?  You have two options. The first option is on days when we have cross-country practice is to have your child “walk” during mileage club.  Walking is always a great cross-training and is very low impact so if they walk during mileage club, they should have not problem doing the workout that afternoon.  The second option for the child that insists on running in mileage club AND practicing with Sun City in the evening is to practice in the Orange group.  The Orange group coached by Coach Aleah is for beginning runners.  It has a lot of rest and because these practices seldom go over two miles in a practice it would be okay for your young runner to double-up in this way.
  2. Middle School Runners—The second area that we have seen injuries and burnout is with our middle-school runners. This is the first year, we have changed our registration to just have a “Middle-School” option on sign up. We are assuming athletes like my two oldest daughters will run the entire middle-school season with their schools and then transition to Sun City once their season is over mid-October.  My 14-year-old is insisting on still coming to practices with Sun City because she feels her school won’t run her far and fast enough (which she is probably right).  However, when one doubles up on workouts the young harrier enters the “danger-zone” of injury. What we are doing with Kara this year is she will run Mondays with Sun City since her middle-school doesn’t practice this day.  Also on Wednesdays and Fridays when she does practice with her middle school, we have made it really clear she can only do drills, the game, and help coach the Orange group.

If your young athlete falls into one of these two groups and you have questions, please talk to coaches Casey, Aleah or myself to make sure your young harrier’s health is good.

Looking forward to the first practice of the year on September 11th.  Enjoy your summer!

Coach Erik

Post-season Schedule

Here is the updated 2017 track meet schedule for meets:

May 27th: Home Meet at Eisenhower High School
June 3rd-4th: Portland Track Festival (also Gap2Gap weekend)
June 10th: Extreme Speed Twilight Track Meet in Kent or Inland Northwest JO Meet in Pasco
June 17th: JO Finals in Spokane
July 8th: JO Regionals in Spokane
July 29th: JO Nationals in Kansas

2017 Track Season Information

2017 Summer Track Season

Welcome to the 2017 Track Season! Coach Casey and I really enjoyed our pre-season crowd but are even more excited about starting the official season.

Regular Season

Regular track season will be from April 24th- May 27th. This is what we are gearing up for EVERYONE. This season we will be able to offer both sprints, distances, throws, and long jump. Practices will be Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6-7pm at Franklin Middle School.  Mondays will be the only day sprints, long jump and throws (shot put and turbo-javelin) will be offered since we are short coaches in these events. The first week we will have our sprint/throws/jump day will be Friday and then move to Mondays. Wednesday and Friday will be a distance only practice.  The cost for the regular season will be $50 with a $10 discount for each child in the family down to $20. We will have a home meet this year on May 20th or 27th at one of the local schools and this will finish up the regular season.  A Sun City t-shirt will be included in the registration fee.

The end-of-regular-season track meet will probably take place May 27th at Zephel Stadium at Eisenhower High School.  I say tentatively because we are still waiting to hear back from the Yakima School District.  If this date is not available it will be May 20th or 27th at West Valley High School.

Post-Season

Post-season for track will run from June-July 9th.  There are a number of track meets we will be attending this year which will be:

  1. Portland Track Festival June 3rd-4th (very limited number of people going to this meet since it is the same day as the Gap2Gap)
  2. Xtreem Speed Meet at Kent Meridian High School on June 10th
  3. Junior Olympic Association Finals in Tri Cities June 24th
  4. Junior Olympic Regionals in Spokane July 8th-10th (different events are on different dates depending on the athlete, most kids only compete one or two days)
  5. Junior Olympic Nations is in Lawrence Kansas this year July 27th-30th (the Mickelson family will be going to this as long as one of our kids qualifies for it since our kids are at the top of their age groups this year)

 

Cost—The cost for the post-season is $50 per athlete.  If you do not have a black Sun City tank-top racing singlet you MUST purchase one to run in the post-season as USATF rules requires we be in uniform.  These singlets run $30/each.  We are not sure how many coaches we will have for the post-season.  We will for sure have distance coaches and be able to coach sprints one day a week. After this, it will depend on turnout, volunteers, and participation.

We apologize we had to raise the price of track this year but the cost of buying implements and renting the track increased significantly. If you or anyone you knows needs a scholarship please talk to coach Aleah and she will give you an application for a waiver.

We will be placing our t-shirt and singlet order on May 8th so this is the due date to order singlets and register if you would like to receive a t-shirt.

Communication

For new families who have not been part of Sun City in the past, we are a very Facebook heavy group of coaches and parents.  The best place to post your questions is on Facebook so everyone can see your questions and our answers.  You can always IM (instant message) me (Erik) or even call or text my cell (941-5191).  Looking forward to a great 2017 track season.  We will start posting every week or so going forward getting ready for the season.

Coaches Erik, Casey, Aimee and Aleah

Coach Casey Campbell comes to us from running youth track and field from the Federal Way Track Club as a youth.  He also boasts the fastest college mile on the team and competed collegiately for the University of Oregon in both cross-country and track.

Coaches Aleah and Erik Mickelson both won state titles while running in high school in both track (for Erik) and cross-country for Aleah (maiden name Thome who ran for Eisenhower). They met on the cross-country team at the University of Washington in 1997.

Coach Aimee Lybbert was a high school state champion in Vancouver Washington before competing collegiately at Brigham Young University (BYU).

Here you see some Sun City Athletes warming up at a recent pre-season practice at Franklin Park

Preseason is here for 2017 Sun City Track and Field Team

Congratulations on making it to the weekend Sun City Harriers and their parents. The snow is quickly melting almost as fast as our Harriers. In a little more than two weeks our pre-season fitness program is starting at Franklin Park. Coach Casey has written a month’s worth of workouts, I’ve seen them and they are fantastic for any sprinters, distance runners, or throwers who need some core strength and explosiveness!

Here is the rundown on preseason:

1. Do I need to pre-register? Nope. Just show up for practice the first day but you may not leave your child UNTIL you sign a waiver and pay ($40 for the month of 5 weeks with a discount of $10 for each child if you have multiple kids in your family. If you have a family of four, the fourth child is only $10.)

2. What age group can do the pre-season? Ages 9-14 unless your child has previously run in a Junior Olympic race. This is because we are starting mid-stream and a child must either be more mature or had a full season of running with the Harriers.

3. Who is this geared toward? Athletes who want to eventually run in the Junior Olympic series in the post-season.

4. What is a typical day of the preseason going to look like? There will be lots of drills to help us with our muscle memory, basic aerobic fitness, core work to strengthen our backs and core, and some good stretching.

5. Will it be fun? Running is always fun especially when we come together as a team, throw in some popsicles afterwards, and some fun games like the “Shuttle Relays.”

6. What is the role of parents? They can either drop their child off to run errands (as long as their kids don’t run off in the wrong direction), they can walk around the park and exercise while we coach, or they can work out with the rest of the team (strongly encouraged to get in better shape themselves).

7. How long is the pre-season? Five weeks from February 27th to March 29th before we take a month off before the regular season.

8. What is between the pre-season and regular season? The coaches will be hosting Saturday runs in Cowiche Canyon and writing suggestive workouts, posting them on Facebook.

First practice is February 27th at 5pm at Franklin Park. We will meet at the pavilion next to the big toy. As always, call or text me at 941-5191, IM me on Facebook, or post questions to this thread if you have any.

Coach Erik

2017 Track Season Schedule

Sun City kids do drills at a practice in 2016. Drills and core work will be a key component of the pre-season in 2017.

I’ve figured out how to make all of this snow go away here in Yakima . . . start thinking about track! I was joking with a Sun City parent the other day at church that it started snowing the day after we left for cross-country nationals December 8th and the snow & ice hasn’t left yet.  Coaches Casey, Aleah and I always strive to improve year over year and as we go into our third year of track this is no different.  Here is the upcoming schedule for this track season:

Pre-Season

Pre-season will run & drill (pun intended) from February 27th – March 29th.  (Cost is $40 per child)

Pre-season is geared toward runners ages 9-14 or if your child has previously done Junior Olympics in either track or cross-country before.  We will be doing the preseason at Franklin Park Monday and Wednesday nights from 5-6pm for this month.

If your child has never done track before this is NOT the time to start track.  We use this pre-season to build on what we have previously done in other Sun City seasons.

This one-month season will be very heavy on drills, strength-work, and basic speed drills which will be geared toward all track athletes whether one plans on doing sprints, throws, or distances. The reason for the 9-14 year window is we want to keep everyone in one large group.  It is also because most older kids need a little more to get into shape compared to younger kids come track season.

April

April will be off but we will be having informal Saturday runs for anyone interested at the upper parking lot at Cowiche Canyon every Saturday morning at 9am. There will be no cost for this but there is a high probability of free popsicles after practice. Coaches Casey and I will also posting workouts this month for anyone wanting to get in some pre-track workouts.

Regular Season

Regular track season will be from April 24th- May 20th. This is what we are gearing up for EVERYONE. This season we will be able to offer both sprints, distances, throws, and long jump. Practices will be Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6-7pm.  Wednesday will be the only day sprints and long jump will be offered since we are short coaches in these events. Monday and Friday will be distance only practice.  We are still waiting on formalizing where we are going to practice but more than likely it will be Franklin Track. The cost for the regular season will be $40 with a $10 discount for each child in the family down to $20. We will have a home meet this year on May 20th at one of the local schools and this will finish up the regular season.  A Sun City t-shirt will be included in the registration fee.

Post-Season

Post-season for track will run from May 22nd-July 9th.  There are a number of track meets we will be attending this year which will be:

  1. Portland Track Festival June 3rd-4th
  2. Seattle on June 11th
  3. Junior Olympic Association Finals in Tri Cities June 24th
  4. Junior Olympic Regionals in Spokane July 8th-10th (different events are on different dates depending on the athlete, most kids only compete one or two days)
  5. Junior Olympic Nations is in Lawrence Kansas this year July 27th-30th (the Mickelson family will be going to this as long as one of our kids qualifies for it since our kids are at the top of their age groups this year)

Cost—The cost for the post-season is $75 per athlete and includes a black Sun City racing singlet.  If you have one of these from previous seasons you may take off $10.  We are not sure how many coaches we will have for the post-season.  We will for sure have distance coaches and be able to coach sprints one day a week. After this, it will depend on turnout, volunteers, and participation.

Communication

For new families who have not been part of Sun City in the past, we are a very Facebook heavy group of coaches and parents.  The best place to post your questions is on Facebook so everyone can see your questions and our answers.  You can always IM (instant message) me (Erik) or even call or text my cell (941-5191).  Looking forward to a great 2017 track season.  We will start posting every week or so going forward getting ready for the season.

Coaches Erik, Casey, and Aleah

PS In the coming months we are excited to announce a volunteer throws coach who has multiple state titles and competed for a major division 1 school back in the day . . . stay tuned!

Can’t wait to see what it is going to be like in 2017!

Welcome to the Extended Season

Welcome to the extended season, Sun City Harriers! This post is meant for the “newbies” who have never gone to Junior Olympics Regionals before. I’m a “why” person so please read to the end but I will do my best to explain the “why” behind what we are doing.

Up to this point in our training, we have been working on building a “base” for our Harriers. This is essentially a base level of fitness on which to build the next phase of our training. Over the next four weeks, we will add more anaerobic training (higher intensity training) while continuing to work on general fitness. In the final 2 weeks before Regionals, we will shorten the training and focus on building speed.

Our goal for the extended season is first and foremost for the Harriers to have fun. If we miss this goal, it doesn’t matter how fast we run. Next to having fun, we would like the Harriers to learn the discipline of training and racing well.

The regular season provides an opportunity for all athletes to try out the sport of cross country. The extended season is likewise the perfect setting for young aspiring athletes to learn how to seriously compete. So here is our post-season schedule:

1. October 29th – Rain City Invitational at Seattle’s Woodland Park. This meet was wasn’t originally on our schedule but we decided to add it to give our Harriers another opportunity to race the Junior Olympic distance (2k, 3k, and 4k). Woodland Park is a very hilly course and there will be a number of teams from Western Washington there.
2. September 12th – Inland Northwest Association Finals at Spokane’s Mead High School. This mostly flat course is the beginning of the Junior Olympic series. All meets from this date forward are required because they are qualifying meets. The top 35 in this race qualify for Regionals the next weekend in Portland. Honestly, most races at Association have fewer than 35 runners (except for perhaps the 12 & under age group which sometimes has up to 40 runners.) Our goal is field several full teams at the association meet. (A full team requires 5 scoring runners.) If parents are unable to travel but kids still want to compete, we may be able to help transport athletes to Spokane. The meet doesn’t start until noon this Saturday so we’ll be leaving Yakima early and coming back the same day after the races.
3. November 19th – Regionals meet in Portland. This is the championship meet for the states of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. The top 30 individuals and 5 teams in each race qualify for nationals in Hoover, Alabama (suburb of Birmingham). This cross-country meet will be the fastest meet for youth this year, which is why we like to bring our Harriers to the meet. By running against the fastest runners, you understand what it takes to get to this level and can build up to it the next year. Typically this race will have about 40 runners in the 8 & under age group to about 110 runners in the 12 & under age group. If travel to Portland is too pricy, talk to coaches Aleah or myself. Scholarships are available to help families travel to meets like this.
4. December 9th – Junior Olymjo-picture-for-extended-season-2016pic Nationals. We have a few athletes gearing toward this meet. I also believe our 8 & under, 10 & under, and 12 & under boys as well as 10 & under girls team have a chance to qualify IF we could get a full team of five athletes competing all the way to Regionals. A team must have a minimum of five athletes and can have a maximum of eight. Both Coach Casey and myself have already bought tickets to Alabama and will be making the trip whether we have one or twenty athletes qualify.

In cross country it is difficult to predict how your child will place in a particular meet based on previous times. The difficulty of a particular course, race day conditions, running surface and footing dramatically effect a runner’s finishing time. Coach Casey has compiled a list of times from previous national and regional meets to give you a rough idea of where your child might place at both the Association and Regional meets. Please just understand there is a definite margin of error to it. ALSO and more importantly, we all plan on getting faster over the coming weeks as our form and fitness improve. Use your own judgement whether to share it with your child (everyone is different).

In conclusion, it is not too late to register if you or your Harrier (or even a Wenas Valley runner) would like four or five more weeks of running (eight for nationals). It has been a pleasure watching parents and athletes build relationships over the season. I think back to my years running on a youth club team. I am still friends with some of those guys.

See everyone at practice Monday at 5pm.

Please feel free to call if you have questions as we understand by the time you get to this point in the season there are more to things than what kind of popsicles are you going to have? 941-5191

Boys Results Sun City Cross Country Meet 2016

 

Overall Results Boys
Place Name Time Age Group Team
1 Brayden Packard 05:08.0 14 & U Sun City
2 Sam Anderson 06:32.2 14 & U Wenas
3 Nathan Johnson 06:32.9 12 & U Sun City
4 Kian Compton 06:36.3 8 & U Sun City
5 Nathan Shipley 06:38.4 10 & U Sun City
6 Daniel Teerink 06:46.6 12 & U Sun City
7 Colton Worley 06:51.4 8 & U Sun City
8 Nathan Stephenson 06:53.9 12 & U Sun City
9 Cameron Teerink 06:58.7 12 & U Sun City
10 Zachary Wagner 07:09.5 10 & U Sun City
11 Adam Rutger 07:11.5 8 & U Sun City
12 Caleb Burton 07:12.4 12 & U Sun City
13 Jacen Reyes 07:15.1 8 & U Sun City
14 Spencer Johnson 07:16.3 10 & U Sun City
15 Eric Swedin 07:27.4 12 & U Sun City
16 Shepherd Lally 07:30.0 8 & U Sun City
17 Riley Delaney 07:41.4 12 & U Sun City
18 Coen Johnson 07:42.7 8 & U Sun City
19 Riese Delaney 07:43.2 10 & U Sun City
20 Paul Lally 07:47.8 10 & U Sun City
21 Brent Johnson 08:02.7 8 & U Sun City
22 Cedar Thorpe 08:03.9 10 & U Sun City
23 Hudson Gaskell 08:08.6 8 & U Sun City
24 David Cardon 08:09.9 8 & U Sun City
25 Ryan Thompson 08:21.2 8 & U Wenas
26 Lewis Slowe 08:36.7 8 & U Sun City
27 Temple Asher 08:37.7 8 & U Sun City
28 Mack Stephenson 08:42.4 8 & U Sun City
29 Noah Collins 08:46.1 8 & U Sun City
30 Alex Schmidt 08:46.9 8 & U Sun City
31 Ryan Shipley 08:52.1 8 & U Sun City
32 Jared Boschker 08:54.8 10 & U Sun City
33 Henry Johnson 08:55.9 8 & U Sun City
34 Noah Gonzalez 08:56.4 8 & U Sun City
35 Casey Smith-Apperson 08:58.6 8 & U Sun City
36 Joseph Boschker 08:59.3 8 & U Sun City
37 Owen Gamache 09:02.3 6 & U Sun City
38 Murphy Jackson 09:06.6 12 & U Sun City
39 Anthony Ehlis 09:10.7 6 & U Sun City
40 Nathan Lund 09:23.9 6 & U Sun City
41 Sean Mefford 09:24.6 10 & U Sun City
42 Theo Cochran 09:31.2 8 & U Sun City
43 Tristan Temple 09:36.7 10 & U Sun City
44 Wolfgang Nelson 09:41.0 6 & U Sun City
45 Ethan Worley 10:05.8 6 & U Sun City
46 Samuel Gonzalez 10:10.7 10 & U Sun City
47 Jonah Treverspowers 10:11.2 8 & U Wenas
48 Jaxon Beck 10:28.1 10 & U Sun City
49 Zachery Smith 10:30.1 6 & U Sun City
50 Jayse Gasca 11:08.1 10 & U Sun City
51 Matthew Gonzalez 11:22.0 6 & U Sun City
52 Spencer Lybbert 11:25.3 10 & U Sun City
53 Liam Braid 11:32.3 8 & U Sun City
54 Canon Day 11:45.9 6 & U Sun City
55 Tanner Clark 12:05.2 12 & U Wenas
56 Noah Harveaux 12:07.7 14 & U Sun City
57 Joseph King 12:14.1 8 & U Sun City
58 Veselin Hrle 12:19.5 6 & U Sun City
59 Romeo Shriner 12:58.9 6 & U Sun City
60 Benjamin Boschker 13:32.1 6 & U Sun City
61 Korban Gross 15:26.3 6 & U Sun City

*There is a mistake on the spreadsheet listing several Wenas runners as Sun City. It was corrected in the age group results.

Age Group 6 & U Place Overall Place Name Time Team
6 & U 1 37 Owen Gamache 09:02.3 Wenas
6 & U 2 39 Anthony Ehlis 09:10.7 Wenas
6 & U 3 40 Nathan Lund 09:23.9 Wenas
6 & U 4 44 Wolfgang Nelson 09:41.0 Sun City
6 & U 5 45 Ethan Worley 10:05.8 Sun City
6 & U 6 49 Zachery Smith 10:30.1 Sun City
6 & U 7 51 Matthew Gonzalez 11:22.0 Sun City
6 & U 8 54 Canon Day 11:45.9 Sun City
6 & U 9 58 Veselin Hrle 12:19.5 Sun City
6 & U 10 59 Romeo Shriner 12:58.9 Sun City
6 & U 11 60 Benjamin Boschker 13:32.1 Wenas
6 & U 12 61 Korban Gross 15:26.3 Sun City
Scores: Sun City 15 points; Wenas no score
8 & U 1 4 Kian Compton 06:36.3 Sun City
8 & U 2 7 Colton Worley 06:51.4 Sun City
8 & U 3 11 Adam Rutger 07:11.5 Sun City
8 & U 4 16 Shepherd Lally 07:30.0 Sun City
8 & U 5 18 Coen Johnson 07:42.7 Sun City
8 & U 6 21 Brent Johnson 08:02.7 Sun City
8 & U 7 23 Hudson Gaskell 08:08.6 Wenas
8 & U 8 24 David Cardon 08:09.9 Wenas
8 & U 9 25 Ryan Thompson 08:21.2 Wenas
8 & U 10 26 Lewis Slowe 08:36.7 Sun City
8 & U 11 27 Temple Asher 08:37.7 Sun City
8 & U 12 28 Mack Stephenson 08:42.4 Sun City
8 & U 13 29 Noah Collins 08:46.1 Sun City
8 & U 14 30 Alex Schmidt 08:46.9 Sun City
8 & U 12 (10) 31 Ryan Shipley 08:52.1 Wenas
8 & U 13 33 Henry Johnson 08:55.9 Sun City
8 & U 14 34 Noah Gonzalez 08:56.4 Sun City
8 & U 15 35 Casey Smith-Apperson 08:58.6 Sun City
8 & U 16 (11) 36 Joseph Boschker 08:59.3 Wenas
8 & U 17 42 Theo Cochran 09:31.2 Sun City
8 & U 18 (12) 47 Jonah Treverspowers 10:11.2 Wenas
8 & U 19 53 Liam Braid 11:32.3 Sun City
8 & U 20 57 Joseph King 12:14.1 Sun City
Scores: Sun City 15; Wenas 49
10 & U 1 5 Nathan Shipley 06:38.4 Sun City
10 & U 2 10 Zachary Wagner 07:09.5 Sun City
10 & U 3 14 Spencer Johnson 07:16.3 Sun City
10 & U 4 19 Riese Delaney 07:43.2 Sun City
10 & U 5 20 Paul Lally 07:47.8 Sun City
10 & U 6 22 Cedar Thorpe 08:03.9 Wenas
10 & U 7 32 Jared Boschker 08:54.8 Wenas
10 & U 8 41 Sean Mefford 09:24.6 Sun City
10 & U 9 43 Tristan Temple 09:36.7 Sun City
10 & U 10 46 Samuel Gonzalez 10:10.7 Sun City
10 & U 11 48 Jaxon Beck 10:28.1 Sun City
10 & U 12 50 Jayse Gasca 11:08.1 Sun City
10 & U 13 52 Spencer Lybbert 11:25.3 Sun City
Scores: Sun City 15
12 & U 1 3 Nathan Johnson 06:32.9 Sun City
12 & U 2 6 Daniel Teerink 06:46.6 Sun City
12 & U 3 8 Nathan Stephenson 06:53.9 Sun City
12 & U 4 9 Cameron Teerink 06:58.7 Sun City
12 & U 5 12 Caleb Burton 07:12.4 Sun City
12 & U 6 15 Eric Swedin 07:27.4 Wenas
12 & U 7 17 Riley Delaney 07:41.4 Sun City
12 & U 8 38 Murphy Jackson 09:06.6 Sun City
12 & U 9 55 Tanner Clark 12:05.2 Wenas
Scores: Sun City 15
14 & U 1 1 Brayden Packard 05:08.0 Sun City
14 & U 2 2 Sam Anderson 06:32.2 Wenas
14 & U 3 56 Noah Harveaux 12:07.7 Sun City
No team scored

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