Cross country: Cardinal girls pace Alexandria teams by winning big field at Lucky Lindy

The Alexandria cross country teams continue to make strides early in the season, led by another win by the girls as they raced at the Lucky Lindy Invite in Little Falls on Thursday against 18 other te’

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The girls finished with 82 points, just six points lower than second-place Sartell. Monticello rounded out the top three with 93.

The Alexandria boys finished eighth with 258 points. Moorhead won the race with 62, while Hopkins (64) and Perham (66) rounded out the top three.

‘It was a bit hot and muggy this afternoon, but the cloud cover and breeze made it much better than expected,’ Alexandria head coach Travis Hochhalter said. ‘On this great, fast course our boys and girls ran strong despite the warm conditions and ran away with 33 season-best times. ‘It was a good team performance.’

  • Date: 2018-09-14T08:50:03-05:00
  • Author: Eric Morken
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