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Yorkville High School Girls Varsity Cross Country beat Minooka Community High School 26-73

Saturday, October 28, 2017 10:30 AM Yorkville High School AWAY 26 Minooka Community High School HOME 73 Meet Recap The Yorkville Foxes put on a dominating performance at the IHSA Granite City Sectional Meet winning the meet with 26 points and sealing their team qualification to the IHSA State Meet next Saturday in Peoria. Senior

Yorkville High School Girls Varsity Cross Country beat Minooka Community High School 22-42

Saturday, October 21, 2017 10:00 AM Yorkville High School AWAY 22 Minooka Community High School HOME 42 Meet Recap The girls started the post-season in a great fashion today winning the IHSA Regional Meet in Minooka. Yorkville was led by Alyssa Edwards who finished 2nd overall, followed by Helena Klerenomos (3rd), Emily Eberhart (4th), Hailey

Yorkville High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 1st place

Monday, October 16, 2017 4:00 PM Place 1 Points 23 Meet Recap The Foxes had a great showing at the NIBXII Conference meet on Monday at Kaneland High School. The boys and girls teams were team champions in every single race! The Varsity girls started the evening off with Alyssa Edwards taking control from the

Yorkville High School Girls Varsity Cross Country beat West Aurora High School 37-276

Saturday, October 7, 2017 8:30 AM Yorkville High School AWAY 37 West Aurora High School HOME 276 Meet Recap It was another good day for the Foxes. The girls varsity team won with a team total of 37 point to edge out Batavia who scored 44 points. Alyssa Edwards led the Foxes and the field

Yorkville High School Girls Varsity Cross Country falls to Naperville North High School 150-240

Saturday, September 23, 2017 9:00 AM Yorkville High School AWAY 240 Naperville North High School HOME 150 Meet Recap The Varsity Girls team raced against some of the best high school teams in the nation this weekend at the Roy Griak Invitational at the University of Minnesota. The girls team finished 6th overall behind Naperville

Yorkville High School Girls Varsity Cross Country beat Minooka Community High School 13-25

Saturday, September 16, 2017 8:30 AM Yorkville High School AWAY 13 Minooka Community High School HOME 25 Meet Recap The YHS girls had a great day at the Minooka Flight Meet. The Varsity girls took first place with 13 points. Belvidere North was 2nd with 20 points, followed by Batavia with 23 points, Minooka with

Yorkville High School Girls Varsity Cross Country falls to Naperville North High School 83-109

Saturday, September 9, 2017 9:00 AM Yorkville High School AWAY 109 Naperville North High School HOME 83 Meet Recap The girls had a strong showing against some excellent teams at the First to the Finish Invitstional in Peoria. The girls finished 2nd in a field of 38 teams. Our top finisher was Junior Emily Eberhart

Yorkville High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 1st place

Monday, August 21, 2017 4:30 PM Place 1 Points 15 Meet Recap This was a great start to the Foxes’ cross country season! The girls earned a perfect score of 15 points. We had 9 girls in the top 20 finishers and several great performances by all levels of athletes. Leading the team was junior

Yorkville High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 1st place

Saturday, September 17, 2016 8:30 AM Place 1 Points 38 Meet Recap The Yorkville Lady Foxes were led by three sophomore’s, Nicole Greyer (18:08), Olivia Borowiak (18:32), and Emily Eberhart (18:35). The team finished the meet with a 29 second split, totaling 38 points and taking home the 1st place trophy. The Yorkville Foxes were