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Naney finishes fifth at Buck Fever Showcase

Lane Naney led a squad of five Junior Indians last Tuesday, September 29 at the Buck Fever Showcase held in Mena. Naney finished fifth out of 93 participants in the junior high 3000M run with a time of 15:48.30
Tony Ruiz finished in the Top 20 with the 18th best time of 16:54.20 Teammate Chayanne Hernandez was just outside the Top 20 at 22 with a time of 17:10.60.
Other Junior Indians include Nathan Bankhead at 43rd place with a time of 19:42.30 and Daniel Cruz with a time of 20:48.90.
Katelynn Foster was the lone Junior Lady Indian to compete. She placed 26th with a time of 21:04.70.
David Castillo competed in the Senior Boys division in the 5000M run. He finished 53rd with a time of 23:53.70.

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