State Fair Community College adds in-state recruits

Shelby West from Salisbury has signed to run for State Fair Community College.

Brad Hagedorn continues to add to the State Fair Community College track and field and cross country programs.

He has added recruits from throughout the Show-Me State that are headed to Sedalia. The programs were formed in the spring of 2021.

The list of future Roadrunners include one local recruit in Kaiden Smith, a sprinter, from Sedalia Smith-Cotton High School. He has done 100-, 200-meter dashes and 110- and 300-meter hurdles for the Tigers.

Molly Prichard is a track signee only, coming from Pacific. She had done the discus, javelin and shot put for Pacific and took 10th place in the MSHSAA Class 4 shot put finals this past spring.

Emma Rinaldi, from Belton, is one of the most recent signees. She has done a little bit of everything for the Pirates, as well as competing in AAU track. Rinaldi's events included the 200-meter dash, 800-meter dash, 100- and 300-meter hurdles, high jump, long jump, javelin, and shot put.

The other signees will be cross country and track and field signees.

Coming from Kearney High School is Adalyn Davis, who took fourth place in the Suburban Conference Blue Division JV championship the past two falls. She's been part of a varsity program that has brought home state trophies the past two years in cross country.

All-Stater Shelby West joins the program from Salisbury, who took 24th this year in the MSHSAA XC Class 1 meet. As a freshman, she was eighth overall to earn her first all-state medal. West has run the 800, 1,600 and 3,200-meter races in track.

Justin Horn comes from Hermitage High School, where he has helped the team win the past two state championships in Class 1. Horn took 10th at this year's state cross country finals and seventh the 2021 MSHSAA XC Class 1 meet. He's also an all-state runner in track, taking fifth in the 3,200-meter at the MSHSAA Class 1 meet.