DCMS hosts twelfth annual triathlon

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Overall winners Collin Dulin and Evan Royal. Picture by Angel Prince.

Overall winners Collin Dulin and Evan Royal. Picture by Angel Prince.

Overall winners Collin Dulin and Evan Royal. Picture by Angel Prince.

Elijah Hudson, Sports Writer

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The 12th annual DCMS triathlon took place Wednesday, September 22.  As always, the event featured a rigorous course consisting of 250 meters of swimming, 5.5 miles of biking, and 2 miles of running. The activity attracted 117 students from Delphi, Clinton Central and Roosevelt. Outcomes of the triathlon are as follows:

 

Overall

Boys- Collin Dulin

Girls- Evan Royal

 

Boys

8th grade- 1st Cooper Cross; 2nd Dakota Titus; 3rd Tanner Guiney

7th grade- 1st Brasen Starbuck; 2nd Evan Lattimore; 3rd Cayden Gasser

6th grade- 1st Braydn Gleason; 2nd Lannon Pickering; 3rd Beau Tate

 

Girls

9th grade- 1st Sarah Howard; 2nd Elyse Perry

8th grade- 1st Shaye Green; 2nd Abigail O’Neil ; 3rd Emma Mendoza

7th grade- 1st Lacey Pickering; 2nd Raegan Dulin ; 3rd Samantha Brown

6th grade- 1st Ella Resler ; 2nd Ryanna Rucker ; 3rd Rebecca Kelly

 

Freshman Collin Dulin, who has participated four years, remarked after crossing the finish line, “It feels very good to know the hard work and effort that you put in is made worth it.” When asked about the unyielding bike ride, he said, “You gotta tell yourself to push through.”

 

Promoting physical well being and the importance of good help are two of the major reasons for putting on the triathlon. Also, a special thank you goes out to all the people and sponsors who helped put on this event. Mrs. Traver and Mrs. Carpenter head the yearly effort to make sure the triathlon runs smoothly and is continued for many more years to come.

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Elijah Hudson, sports writer
Elijah is in his second year on Parnassus staff and is loving every second he can be around his colleagues. He has finally reached the upperclassmen threshold as he is in the midst of his junior year. Elijah can often be found serenading friends with piano music, cooking extravagant cuisine, laughing with companions, and staying...
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