Red Wolves’ Quinn Radbourne signs to run for Idaho

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One of CHS's top runners, Quinn Radbourne signs a letter of intent to compete for the College of Idaho, Caldwell.
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On May 7, Cedarcrest athlete Quinn Radbourne signed a letter of intent to compete for the College of Idaho, located in Caldwell.  He will run cross country and track and field for the Coyotes.  College of Idaho is a perennial power in the Cascade Conference.  The men’s squad has qualified for the past three NAIA national championship cross country meets. Radbourne is interested in studying either business or pre-med.

While running for the Cedarcrest cross country squad, Radbourne was named to the 2012 and 2013 All-Cascade First Team.  He was a part of two Cascade Conference championship teams in 2011 and 2012. He was also on two state-qualifying cross country teams, including the 2013 season where the squad placed third at the state meet.

While running for the school, Radboirne has shown himself to be a top middle distance runners in 2A, coach Bruce McDowell said. As a junior, he broke the school record at 800 meters and finished the season with an podium placing eighth at state. Radbourne is also on all on three of the team top-10 lists for distance events as well as one of only five boys in school history to run below 4:25 for the mile. He is looking to add to that resume in the championship races this month.


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