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Posted 11/07/2010 10:50AM

Julie Candau '13 finished fourth out of 159 runners at the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) State Cross Country Meet on Saturday, November 6, 2010 in Jefferson City.  Running a time of 20:12, Julie earned her second State individual medal (23rd in 2009) and has become the second highest individual place finisher in the history of Whitfield's cross country program.

Elizabeth Lindburg '12 placed 87th out of 159 with a time of 23:12.  John Henry Beckmann '14 placed 102 out of 163 with a time of 19:12.  David Lindburg '12 placed 111 out of 163 with a time of 19:23.

Congratulations Warriors!

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