Cross Country Off-Season Report: Top Returning Boys Distance Squads

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As track season ends, cross country is not far from our minds! One way to track the progress of the state's top XC teams is to look at how well their runners are doing on the track. Do strong times in the 1600 and 3200 correlate to improvement in the fall? Check out the how the teams stack up.

To accomplish this, we've taken each team's top 7 runners at each distance (800, 1600, & 3200), and scored the times like a giant cross country meet. The results give us a feel for which teams have made progress through the winter and spring.


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