Simley Boys Varsity Cross Country

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Spartans 3rd at Simley Invite

Tonight, the Simley Cross Country teams hosted the annual Simley Invite on the campus trails and fields. While the conditions came nowhere near the mudder that was last year or this past Saturday, it was not a clean course. The Spartans overcame the hills and muck to finish 3rd in all scoring races. Brekken Grathen

Cross Country Noodles & Co. Fundraiser – Wed., Oct. 9th

The Simley Cross Country teams are having a team dinner fundraiser at Noodles & Co. in West St. Paul on Wednesday, Oct. 9th from 4-8 p.m. The Cross Country team gets 25% of each meal purchased with a flyer or mentioning it is for the Simley Cross Country. Please come out and support Simley Cross

Dilla returns to lead Spartans to season best performances at Osseo Invite

At the Osseo Invite at Elm Creek Park, the weather finally cooperated and the Spartans had their best race of the Cross Country season. Senior Captain Grant Dilla made his long awaited season debut after an injury stint to lead the team with a 18:14 5k. He was followed by teammates Nathan Schauer, Jacob Scheffer,

Spartan XC teams shows resiliency in the mud at Milaca

The Simley XC teams competed at the Milaca Mega Meet on Sat, Sep. 21st. As soon as we set up team camp, we evacuated to the bus due to a storm. As a result, all races were pushed back, and the middle school 2 Mile races were abandoned, leaving our young athletes to run in

Runners Test Themselves at Metro East Conference Preview

On a hot day with a new course the Simley Cross Country teams competed at the Metro East Preview Meet at St. Croix Bluffs Park. In the coed Jr. High 2k, the Sam Wegenknecht was third overall while Skyler Arneson was the first female finisher! In the girls race, overcoming the heat, captain Brekken Grathen

Simley CC Competes at Austin Packer Invite

Wearing brand new uniforms, the Simley Cross Country teams competed in their first official competition of the season at the Packer Invite, hosted by Austin High School. The relatively flat course was evened out by the 20-plus mph winds. Kicking off the meet was the coed 4K. Captain Zach Sayner moved swiftly through the field