SPENCER - Due to a timing error at the Class 3A state-qualifying cross country meet in Spencer, the Estherville Lincoln Central/Armstrong-Ringsted girls team fared slightly better than the results published in Wednesday.
ELCAR coach Tina Burton and the other coaches at the meet were informed Tuesday that Black Squirrel Timing didn't record the results correctly.
The district meets are filmed after reviewing the film the results were amended.
The biggest winner in the updated results is Spencer, who originally finished fourth behind Algona.
In reviewing the results, the two schools tied with 126 points each with Spencer holding the tiebreaker and thus earning a trip to the state meet.
Meanwhile ELCAR moved up one place to sixth with 149 points, one point ahead of Lakes Conference rival LeMars, who finished with 150 points.
ELCAR's times are as follows: Brianna Enerson placed 16th in 16:36.12; McKenzie Woodyard placed 22nd in 16:47.88; Rachel Bates placed 30th in 17:00.83, Macy Dahl placed 39th in 17:22.07 and Heather Natterstad placed 42nd in 17:32.15.
Also running, Julie Jacobsin placed 71st in 18:31.50 and Colleen Humble placed 76th in 19:03.56.