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Harriers finish fifth at new Sisters meet

 

September 13, 2016



Sweet Home’s cross-country team started the season Friday, Sept. 9, in a new venue: Sisters.

The Huskies competed in the “first annual” Folk Festival Cross-Country Meet held on the Outlaws’ home course, on and behind the high school.

Sweet Home’s boys finished fifth in a field of six teams with 106 points, led by senior Trey Reed’s 12th-place finish.

Sisters junior Jordan Pollard won the boys race in 17:39.5, leading the Outlaws to a fourth-place finish (88 points) behind Bend (39), Yamhill-Carlton (47) and Crook County (84). Yamhill-Carlton senior Dylan Schmidt was second, i...



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