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Williams has solid frosh year

November 28, 2012
Columbia Falls High School



 

Williams has solid frosh year

Posted: Wednesday, November 28, 2012 9:00 am

Former Columbia Falls standout runner Derrick Williams is doing well as a freshman at the college level. Williams took 117th at the NAIA Cross-Country Championships in Vancouver, Wash., on Nov. 17.

Williams runs for Carroll College, in Helena.

 

His time was a respectable 26:17, pacing him at 5:18 per mile.

John Gilbertson, of the Master’s College in Santa Clarita, Calif., was the winner of the race, posting a time of 23:46.

College cross-country races are longer than in high school, where Williams took a state title.

A college race is 8 kilometers long, or just under five miles. High school races are 5 kilometers long.

One week earlier, Williams took fifth in the Frontier Conference Championships with a time of 26:52.8 to help Carroll win the conference title.


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