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Cross Country Coyotes Wrap League Competition

The Varsity Cross Country teams will wrap up their league competition today when they compete at Spring Lake in their final NCL II league meet. Over the course of the season, they have had three athletes (Lucy Gott ‘22, Athena Ryan ‘24, and Tiernan Colby ‘23) win races or be the fastest in their respective divisions.
 
The Varsity Boys team has its sights on winning the NCL II league title, and the JV Boys team will be contenders for the league title, as well. The Varsity Girls team will focus on individual results and will likely have three runners competing for spots in the top ten. Due to injury, the girls aren't currently able to field the required 5-7 runners to score as a team, but that hasn't stopped the individual runners from excelling. On Friday, November 5, the teams will compete at the West County Two Miler which is expected to be a fast meet on the track. 
 
On Wednesday, November 10, the Coyotes will return to Spring Lake for the CMC Championships, where the individual and team champions will be crowned. The Varsity athletes will then focus on the NCS meet at Hayward, with the top individual and team finishers advancing to the State Meet.
 
Go Coyotes!
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