IMLAY CITY — The St. Clair County Community College cross country program has four Imlay City graduates on their roster this fall.
Elizabeth Sliman returns for her sophomore campaign.
She is coming off a successful debut campaign which saw her post a season-best clocking of 20:51.3 for 10th September 30 at the OCC Raider Invitational.
Sliman also claimed a third at the Skippers Invitational; an 18th at the MCCAA Cross Country Championships; a 19th at the Firebird Invitational; a 56th at the GRCC Raider Invite; and a 68th at the NJCAA Division II Cross Country Championships.
Mary Kaminski is back for her second season as well.
She logged a season’s best time of 21:48 for 23rd at a MCCAA Regional on October 29.
Kaminski also contributed a 12th at the Skippers Invitational; a 36th at the OCC Raider Invitational; a 38th at the Firebird Invitational; and a 122nd at the GRCC Raider Invite.
The SC4 women’s cross country team also includes Imlay City’s Jessica Denver. The sophomore is a transfer student from Catawba Community College.
The SC4 cross country program also includes Imlay City’s Mason Wildie. He is coming off a debut campaign which saw him manage a season’s best 29:05.6 clocking for 30th at the OCC Raider Invitational.
Wildie also counted a 14th at the Skippers Invitational; a 32nd at the Firebird Invitational; a 112th at the GRCC Raider Invite; and a 155th at the NJCAA Division II Cross Country Championships among his credentials.
Kevin Kissane has been covering high school sports for the Tri-City Times since 1985. When not standing on a field or court with his camera and notepad, he enjoys golf, travel and family. Kevin is a 1980 graduate of Capac High School, and is also a grad of St. Clair Community College and earned a degree in journalism from Central Michigan University.