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p.a, lt1 .IRnalota I Thursday, September 5, 2013 ,,., .,_ v t,t v6 L,t. v Tri-Coun News www.tricoun news.ran ..... ~ !i EV-W-K cross country runners start season at Maple Lake By Pat Garry, Staff writer It was a pretty warm day for a run on Friday, Aug. 30, but that's just what the Eden Valley-Wat- kins/Kimball cross country girls' and boys' teams did. Arriving at Maple Lake's Nye Park early enough for a 9 a.m. start, the EV- W/K girls' squad finished eighth in the 10-team invitational, and the boys' team was deemed incom- plete. Individual results: Bret Mat- tice, 20.09; Tyler Neu, 21.40. Coach Holly Hansen is pleased with the start. "Almost all my athletes who ran this course last year improved their meet time this year. They are off to a great start. I knew Emily Donnay would be a great addition to our team, but it was really fun to see her get in there and do a fan- tastic first Varsity race! Kudos to all!" Hosts Maple Lake Irish cap- tured first place. The lady EV-W/K were led by junior Emily Don- nay, finishing second overall with a blistering time of 17:00. Team- mates results: Grace Kopitzke, junior, 28th place, 19:19; Brooke Winter, junior, 46th place, 20:19; Stephanea Roeser, junior, 50th place, 21:22; Maria Roeser, junior, 52nd place, 21:24; Madison Lib- besmeier, sophomore, 60th place, 22:53. Overall top five finishers were: Watertown-Mayer, Liz Miller, first, 16"56; Eden Valley-Watkins/Kim- ball, Emily Donnay, second, I7:00; Holdingford, Allie Ruprecht, third, 17:03; Maple Lake, Sommer Carl- son, fourth, 17:04; Buffalo, Hayley Downing, fifth, 17:27. Team stand- ings in descending order: Maple Lake, Buffalo, Holdingford, Water- town-Mayer, Litchfield, Howard Lake Waverly Winsted, St. John's Prep, Eden Valley-WatkinslKim- ball, Maranatha Christian, Royal- ton. The EV-W/K next action is Thursday, Sept. 5, 4:30 p.m., at the always exciting Sauk Rapids-Rice Invitational. The EV-W-K cross country team is off to a great start this fall. Above are just a few of the team members, from left, Brook Winter, Stephanea Roeser, Emily Donna),, Maria Roeser, and Grace Kopitzke. (See more photos on page 11.) Submitted photo. Political commentator Cokie Roberts Cokie Roberts, political com- mentator for ABC News, will deliver the seventh annual Eugene J. McCarthy Lecture titled "Con- science and Courage in Pub- lic Life" at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18, in the Stephen B. Hum- phrey Theater on the St. John's University campus. The lecture is free and open to the public, but tickets are required to attend. Tickets are available at the Benedicta Arts Center Box Office on the College of St. Bene- dict campus or by calling (320) 363-5777. Box Office academic hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. It is sponsored by The Eugene J. McCarthy Center for Public Policy and Civic Engagement at St. John's University, with additional sup- port from the St. John's University Chair in Critical Thinking, serv- ing the College of St. Benedict and St. John's University. As a political commentator for ABC News, Roberts provides anal- ysis for all network news program- ming. From 1996-2002 she and Sam Donaldson co-anchored the weekly ABC interview program This Week. Roberts also serves as senior news analyst for National Public Radio. In her more than 40 years in broadcasting, she has won countless awards, includ- ing three Emmys. She has been inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame, and was cited by the American Women in Radio and Television as one of the 50 greatest women in the history of broadcasting. In addition to her appear- ances on the airwaves, Roberts, along with her husband, Steven V. Roberts, writes a weekly column syndicated in newspapers around the country by United Medi i The Roberts are also contributing edi- tors to USA Weekend Magazine, and in 2011 they published "Our Haggadah, Uniting Traditions for Interfaith Families." Their earlier collaboration, "From this Day For- ward," an account of their more than 40-year marriage and other By Janet Thar )e marriages in American history, immediately/ ht: onto The" New York Times bestseller list. All of Cokie Roberts's other books have also been best-sellers, including the No. 1 bestseller, "We Are Our Mothers' Daughters,' an account of women's roles and relationships to deliver Eusene throughout American history. Her other bestselling books - "Found- ing Mothers," published in 2004 and "Ladies of Liberty" in 2008 - are histories of women in Ameri- ca's founding era. Roberts holds more than 25 honorary degrees, serves on the boards of several nonprofit institu- tions and was on President George W. Bush's Commission on Service and Civic Participation. In 2008, the Library of Congress named her a "Living Legend," one of the very few Americans to have attained that honor. She is the mother of two and grandmother of six. The Eugene I. McCarthy Lec- ture was established in January 2006. McCarthy spent seven years as a student at St. John's Prepara- tory School and University, and nearly one year as a member of the Benedictine community of St. John's Abbey. The lecture series carries on McCarthy's deep commitment to the ideals and principles of demo- cratic self-government. It seeks to inspire a new generation of young people to pursue fresh ideas, to challenge the status quo, to effect positive change in their commu- Dlseoum su J. McCarthy Lecture nities and. like McCarthy himself, leader Julian Bond (2008); current to lead with honesty, integrity and Secretary of Defense and former courage. Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel (2009); Past lecturers in the seriesMinnesota Sen. 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