Bruins nail 1st at Coconino Invite<br>
FLAGSTAFF — Hopi’s Stet Lomayestewa was the individual champion as the Bruins won the Coconino Invite boys cross country championship Oct. 11.
Hopi won the 12 team race with 61points, Page grabbed second with 81, Coconino snagged third with 111, Chinle took fourth with 133, Payson placed fifth with 135 and Flagstaff finished sixth with 144 points.
Winslow grabbed seventh with 157 points, Tuba City took eighth with 190, St. Michaels placed ninth with 233, Sinagua snagged tenth with 250, Ganado finished 11th with 279 and Kingman came in 12th with 281 points.
Lomayestewa won the 84 runner race with a time of 17:06. Flagstaff’s Forrest Boughner grabbed second, clocking in at 17:25.
Matt Honanie snagged fifth place for Hopi. The other Bruin runners were: Travis Saneyah, ninth; Harry Kisto, 16th; Aaron Johnson, 30th; Janas Saufkie, 35th; and Vonn Secakuku, 50th.
Josh Bryant was the top runner for second place Page as he finished sixth. The other Sand Devils were: Donnie Tsingine, 10th; Antonio Smith, 11th; Brice Maybe, 25th; Billy Haskie, 29th; Daryl Bryant, 38th; and Warren Page, 53rd.
Chad Guthery was the top runner for Coconino as he came in 15th. The other top runners for Coconino were: Aaron Nelson, 17th; Michael James, 18th; Roman Yazzie, 21st; Eric Gustafson, 40th; Jeff Kirby, 51st; and Brandon Henson, 74th.
Kevin Bahe was the top runner for Chinle as he grabbed seventh place. The other top runners for Chinle were: Tyrin Bert, 14th; Teo-Sean White, 26th; Randy Norberto, 42nd; Roderick Williams, 44th; Gibson Montano, 45th; and Rodell Williams, 46th.
The other runners in the top 25 were: Tanner Morgan, third, Payson; Jason Rande, fourth, Sinagua; Eric Kanuho, eighth, Ganado; Harold Smily, 12th, Tuba City; Myron Rintala, 13th, St. Michaels; Brian Langeliers, 19th, Payson; Ferral Williams, 20th, Winslow; Christopher Holve, 22nd, Tuba City; Joe Ricks, 23rd, Winslow; and Cody Grey, 24th, Flagstaff.