2018 AIA CC State Championship D4 Finish: 6th Place
Many Farms have a solid veteran squad coming back and will push to challenge the rest of the reservation schools in the north. They've graduated Liyah Begay, and with that Latifah Curley moves from no. 2 to no. 1 for the Lobos. Curley finished 10th in the D4 Section 3 Girls' race last year and then placed 15th among D4 Girls at the AIA Cross-Country State Championships. The Lobos haven't come down to Desert Twilight since 2016, but it will be interesting to see how fast they can run at see level on a flat course in ideal conditions.
Many Farms Head Coach Elroy Chee could not be reached for a
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|Many Farms High School (AZ)|
|1) Latifah Curley||2022||21:30.00|
|2) Destiny Deswood||2020||22:58.70|
|3) Audrey James||2020||23:43.72|
|4) Ashley Deswood||2020||24:25.18|
|5) Roselinda Harvey||2021||24:31.00|
|Average Time: 23:25.72 Total Time: 1:57:08.60 1-5 Split: 3:01.00|
|6) Thalia Johnson||2020||24:57.20|