Warhawks impress at home cross country meet

The West Fork girls’ cross country team takes off from the starting line during the Warhawks’ home meet on Monday, Sept. 23. They are, from left, RaeLynn Nash (back), Mycah Weaver, Kacie Eisentrager and Jordan Swenson. (Kristi Nixon/Hampton Chronicle)

ROCKWELL – Class 1A fifth-ranked West Fork’s top-five runners know they have something special.

Among them, the lone senior Josh Reiter can’t help but be excited about the thought of what the Warhawks can do in the postseason.

All five of coach Mark Twedt’s scorers finished among the top-12 at its home meet on Monday, Sept. 23 to easily win the meet with 43 points.

“It’s great,” Reiter said. “We’re all proud of what we can do, when we get there and are the first group of people to pass the line, that’s a great feeling to do it together.”

The full story appears in the Oct. 3 print editions of the Sheffield Press and Pioneer Enterprise.