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Selsor shows well at home meet

Freshman Katrina Selsor credits her success at the high school level to the encouragement she receives from her fellow Demon cross country teammates.

“All the girls are so supportive,” she said. “We’re all there and help each other through races and practices and all the difficult stuff. It’s like we became a family.”And Selsor’s times this year have put the Demon family in a strong position for a run at earning the district team championship later this month.Selsor continued her personal rise among the best girls prep runners on the Western Slope with a third-place finish in Saturday’s Two Rivers high school meet at Two Rivers Park.

“I’m kind of a leader on this team and people expect me to do good,” she said. “I put a lot of pressure on myself to live up to the standards I think I should be performing at.”Selsor completed the course in a team-best 21 minutes, 10 seconds, beating Amy Lund of Basalt, who took fourth by six seconds.



Kara Lubieniecki of team champion Bear Creek turned in the fastest time of the meet at 20:26, followed by Cass Henion of Hotchkiss at 20:32.Basalt, paced by a four-five finish from Lund and teammate Sophie Stenstadvolt (21:18) was the team runner-up. Glenwood, with 78 points, took third.Longhorn runners Kate Wilson (22:00) and Emily Tates (22:52) finished 11th and 17th. Abbey Walters (22:11), Amanda Alberico (22:47) and Morgan Vernie (22:58) all finished among the girls top 20.Longhorn runners Kate Wilson (22:00) and Emily Tates (22:52) finished 11th and 17th. Abbey Walters (22:11), Amanda Alberico (22:47) and Morgan Vernie (22:58) all finished among the girls top 20.


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