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Strong Results at Middle School XC Meet

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Middle School students ran impressive events at the 15th annual Cross Country Invitational Championships hosted by Lane Tech High School.

  • Victor won the Year 7 open mile race with a time of 6:11. After a strong start, he took the lead just after the half-mile checkpoint. Overall, our male competitors finished fifth out of 12 schools.
  • In the 1.5-mile race for Year 8 & 9 boys, Russell was our highest place finisher, coming in at 35th. Together the boys finished 12th out of 15 schools.
  • The 1.5-mile race for Year & 9 girls was competitive from the start. It was Georgia who arrived at the finish line first for the Bulldogs, securing 29th place. Isabella finished a strong 47th. Overall, the girls finished eighth out of 11 schools.

Congratulations to all the runners for showcasing such great effort. We look forward to meets to come!

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