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Area Runners Compete At Ashland Invite

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 9/1/2013

Area runners delt with heat, each other and the course this past Saturday at the Ashland Invite Cross Country meet. Lexington won both the girls and boys meet in Division II and III, while West Holmes took the Division I girls team race. Locally, Mapleton's Noah Cook took first in the boys Division II and III race in a time of 16:48. Finishing second and third to Cook were Brett Cortelletti of Ontario in 16:50 and Zane Sturts of Lexington in 16:57. In the Division I boys race, Ashland finished second as a team with Leif McFrederick 6th overall at 16:58.5. In the girls Division I race, Emily Molnar of West Holmes took first in 19:58.7. Ashland's Brooklyn Duewel was 5th in 20:57.5. In the girls Division II and III race, The Lexington trio of Dominique Clairmont, Lillian Freundlich and Susan Fain took second, third and fourth in 19:58.3, 20:00.5 and 20:09.5.

   
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