“Jaelyn Ogle enjoyed an impressive level of consistency this season, achieving six sub-19 performances over 5K. What separated her from her peers in North Dakota was the ability to reach an even higher level on the biggest stages, as evidenced by her dominant performance at the Class A state final, an impressive response following her lone setback of the year at the Western Dakota Association Championship, where she was runner-up.”
editor at DyeStat.com
The 5-foot-1 senior raced to the Class A individual state championship this past season with a time of 18:15.6. Ogle won eight races, including victories at the Williston Invitational, Mandan Kiwanis Invitational and Anderson/Stavn Meet. She also won the North Dakota/Minnesota/South Dakota/Canada Border Battle.
Ogle has maintained a 3.16 GPA in the classroom. She has signed a National Letter of Intent to run on scholarship at Mississippi State University this fall and will have the opportunity to run with her older sister, Hayley, in the Bulldogs’ program.
Ogle has volunteered locally as a coach with the Little Wolves Cross Country and Track and Field programs in addition to competing in basketball and track throughout her high school career.