Girls Varsity Cross Country · Frankenmuth Girls Cross Country 6th at Division 2 MHSAA State Finals


  Place Points
East Grand Rapids High School 1st 36
Petoskey High School 2nd 91
Otsego High School 3rd 199
Forest Hills Eastern High School 4th 246
Cadillac High School 5th 249
Frankenmuth High School 6th 271
Holland Christian High School 7th 287
Plainwell High School 8th 290
Divine Child High School 9th 307
Spring Lake High School 10th 315
Tecumseh High School 11th 316
Grand Rapids Christian High School 12th 320
Powers Catholic High School 13th 348
Freeland High School 14th 371
Regina High School 15th 401
Allendale High School 16th 423
St. Johns High School 17th 426
Coldwater High School 18th 439
South Christian High School 19th 472
Whitehall High School 20th 481
Mason High School 21st 483
Linden High School 22nd 484
Macomb Christian High School 23rd 555
Notre Dame Preparatory School 24th 587
Marian High School 25th 592
Zeeland East High School 26th 636
Marysville High School 27th 659
Father Gabriel Richard High School 28th 693

The Frankenmuth girls cross country team ended the regular season ranked 6th in Division 2 going into the State Finals. All seven varsity girls ran tough in the cold, windy, sleet, snowy conditions at Michigan International Speedway and finished 6th overall. This is the second highest finish the girls team has ever achieved as they were 5th in 1991. Coach Fitch and I think a 6th place finish in Division 2 is outstanding. Just two years ago, cross country and track and field moved from being one of the largest Division 3 schools to being one of the smallest in Division 2. Competing with teams almost twice the size of our school is quite the challenge, but they performed very well and earned their ranking. Junior Gabbie Michael ran a very good race and placed 20th overall earning her All-State honors with her 18:56 clocking.

Wesley Beck and Collin Fall earned their appearance in the finals placing in the top 15 at last weeks Regionals. They ran tough races in the boys finals finishing close to the middle of the pack.

Both the boys and the girls teams had very good seasons.