Sandpoint cross-country completes preseason team camp

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The 2019 Sandpoint cross-country team takes a group photo during its annual preseason team camp at Mount Baldy. Throughout the course of the three-day camp, incoming freshman and returners bonded through mountain runs, group activities and time spent listening to program alumni that not only served as camp counselors, but also as guest speakers. This year’s campers included the following alumni and current runners. In the back row, all from left to right, is Kieran Wilder (counselor), Ben Robinson (counselor), Quinn Glazier, Kjetil Lund-Andersen, Nate Dotson, Anders Eastley and Donnie Moore. In the next row is Niah Brass (counselor), Chloe Braedt (counselor), Josiah Hill, Ryan Graham, Trey Clark, Seth Graham, Will Dotson, Riley McEvily, Riley Christman, Isaac Copher, plus coaches Matt and Angie Brass. In the next row is Jillian Primgaard, Chloe Pierce, Kylan Hagen-Moore, Jett Lucas (captain), Nikolai Braedt (captain), Gabe Christman (captain), Liam Page and Justice Parkinson. In the second row is Audrey Anderson, Elisa Eastley, Paige Davidson (captain), Ara Clark, Lydia Nelsen, Megan Oulman, Payton Betz, Mackenzie Suhy-Gregoire, Slate Fragoso and Keegan Nelson. In the front row is Camille Neuder, Quinn Hooper, Bionce Vincent (captain), Lacey Borisova, Maddie Morgan and Dakota Wilson. Brady Nelsen, Ben Ricks and counselors Ephriam Weisz and Sloan Woodward are not pictured. (Photo courtesy of SANDPOINT CROSS-COUNTRY)

The 2019 Sandpoint cross-country team takes a group photo during its annual preseason team camp at Mount Baldy. Throughout the course of the three-day camp, incoming freshman and returners bonded through mountain runs, group activities and time spent listening to program alumni that not only served as camp counselors, but also as guest speakers.

This year’s campers included the following alumni and current runners. In the back row, all from left to right, is Kieran Wilder (counselor), Ben Robinson (counselor), Quinn Glazier, Kjetil Lund-Andersen, Nate Dotson, Anders Eastley and Donnie Moore. In the next row is Niah Brass (counselor), Chloe Braedt (counselor), Josiah Hill, Ryan Graham, Trey Clark, Seth Graham, Will Dotson, Riley McEvily, Riley Christman, Isaac Copher, plus coaches Matt and Angie Brass. In the next row is Jillian Primgaard, Chloe Pierce, Kylan Hagen-Moore, Jett Lucas (captain), Nikolai Braedt (captain), Gabe Christman (captain), Liam Page and Justice Parkinson. In the second row is Audrey Anderson, Elisa Eastley, Paige Davidson (captain), Ara Clark, Lydia Nelsen, Megan Oulman, Payton Betz, Mackenzie Suhy-Gregoire, Slate Fragoso and Keegan Nelson. In the front row, from left to right, is Camille Neuder, Quinn Hooper, Bionce Vincent (captain), Lacey Borisova, Maddie Morgan and Dakota Wilson. Brady Nelsen, Ben Ricks and counselors Ephriam Weisz and Sloan Woodward are not pictured.

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