X-C boys win 3-way meet

B randon Thomas led his team to a win over Tamarac and Emma Willard at Tuesday’s cross-country meet at home. The sophomore finished the 2.9-mile course in 17 minutes and 25 seconds, beating his previous course record, set on Sept. 11, by 34 seconds. Coach Lance Jordan said Thomas seems to get faster with every race. The cross-country boys now rank third in the league of nine teams.

Junior Megan Reed, meanwhile, was the top female finisher for Granville with a time of 21 minutes and 19 seconds. Reed, who is a first-year runner, also beat her old course record, set on Sept. 11 as well, by 48 seconds.

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