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Draper runner helps Salem place second in Atlanta

ATLANTA — The Salem College Cross-Country Team opened up their 2008 season with an impressive showing at the Agnes Scott College Cross-Country Invitational Saturday morning.
A Pulaski County native helped lead the way for Salem.
Perhaps running on the toughest and steepest course they would see all season, the Spirits responded well by placing their top four harriers in the first 14 finishers.
As a team, Salem won the second place trophy in the all-women’s college eight team field defeating Brenau University, Spelman College, Agnes Scott College, Wesleyan College, Midway College and Peace College. Converse, a NCAA Division II college, won the overall meet. 
Salem College’s Rachel Fichthorn (Nokesville, Va.) placed second, finishing just nine seconds behind Converse College’s Carrie Powell. Kirsten Roberts (Abingdon, Va.) placed ninth overall. Julie Piernikowski (Potomac, Md.) placed 12th while Lauren Meek (Draper, Va.) finished in 14th place.
Salem College will return to action next Saturday as they travel to Lexington, Va. to run in the Generals Invitational hosted by Washington & Lee University.  

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Draper runner helps Salem place second in Atlanta

ATLANTA — The Salem College Cross-Country Team opened up their 2008 season with an impressive showing at the Agnes Scott College Cross-Country Invitational Saturday morning.
A Pulaski County native helped lead the way for Salem.
Perhaps running on the toughest and steepest course they would see all season, the Spirits responded well by placing their top four harriers in the first 14 finishers.
As a team, Salem won the second place trophy in the all-women’s college eight team field defeating Brenau University, Spelman College, Agnes Scott College, Wesleyan College, Midway College and Peace College. Converse, a NCAA Division II college, won the overall meet. 
Salem College’s Rachel Fichthorn (Nokesville, Va.) placed second, finishing just nine seconds behind Converse College’s Carrie Powell. Kirsten Roberts (Abingdon, Va.) placed ninth overall. Julie Piernikowski (Potomac, Md.) placed 12th while Lauren Meek (Draper, Va.) finished in 14th place.
Salem College will return to action next Saturday as they travel to Lexington, Va. to run in the Generals Invitational hosted by Washington & Lee University.  

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