2015 Girls Cross Country Finalists
Notre Dame freshman
Baumgart’s debut season finished with an all-state, 21st-place finish at the Class 3 state meet. Her season achievements included a second-place finish at the SEMO Conference meet, where she led the Bulldogs to the team title.
Drum, the defending Semoball Awards Girls Cross Country runner of the year, finished first at the Class 4 District 1 meet to lead a Jackson to the title. The junior, who also was the SEMO Conference champion, finished ninth in 18:39 at the state meet to earn all-state honors.
Knott finished third in helping the Indians to the Class 4 District 1 title. She later placed 12th at sectional as the Indians advanced to the state meet, where she finished 35th in 19:49.
Van Buren freshman
Morey concluded her first year of high school competition with a strong kick, placing fifth at the Class 1 state meet in 21:17.
Winick put together a strong season despite dealing with a hip injury. A steady member of Jackson’s pack at meets, Winick finished 55th in the Class 4 meet in 20:03. She also placed eighth at the SEMO Conference meet.