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GSMS holds Fenceline Run

For the 16th straight year, Glenwood Springs Middle School held the annual All-Star Fenceline run.

In place of the mile run that was used to determine the aerobic endurance assessment test, former GSMS physical education teacher Frank Miller designed the fenceline run, which is a 60m run around the playing fields of GSMS, in 1996.

This year, eighth-grader Tucker Sheldrake won the boys race with a time of 1:47.7, while eighth-grader Hadley Yellico won the girls race with a time of 2:00.9.



Behind Sheldrake in the boys race was Cesar Ulloa (1:49.8), Jack Reinhold (1:50.8), Kuba Bartnik (1:51.9), Edvan Araiza (1:55.0), Daniel Alvarado (1:57.1), Carlos Guardado (1:57.8), Francisco Loya (1:58.7), Raul Vargas (1:59.7) and Cooper Nott (2:00.1), rounding out the top 10.

In the girls race, Maya Elias (2:04.7), Ella Johnson (2:10.6), Paige Lilly (2:15.8), Iyaileen Enriquez (2:20.4), Daniela Barraza (2:21.4), Macy Perrin (2:35.0), Brenda Martinez (2:37.7), Skylar McLaren (2:39.9) and Johanna Lemus (2:40.7) rounded out the top 10.


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