Lady Flames run in Washington
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VANCOUVER, Wash. — The Lee University women’s cross country team finished 29th out of 32 teams at the 2012 NAIA Women’s Cross Country Championships. The event was held Saturday afternoon at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

Hillary Holt of College of Idaho took the individual title after outpacing the 320-runner field with a time of 17:00. The University of British Columbia recorded the team win with 98 points.

Jessica Childers was the top Lee finisher at 183rd. The freshman crossed the finish line of the 5K race in 20:07.

Sophomore Cayce Bryan posted a time of 20:30 for 225th place. Alexis Hewitt was 269th (21:20).

Freshmen Storyie Miller and Carissa Zabor were the next Lady Flames to finish. Miller had a time of 21:40 (284th) and Zabor was 293rd (21:57).

Emily Arneson’s time of 22:07 put her in 300th, while Emily Carden was 312th (22:30).

The Flames’ lone representative was Said Ahmed. He finished 193rd out of 309 runners with a time of 25:58 in the men’s 8K race.