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Cross country business as usual

It was business as usual for area cross country runners who had another dominant showing on Saturday. Schools won three state team championships and had three individual winners in Pasco.

North Central, won the 3A title, Mead won 4A to extend the GSL championship streak to 20 years and Central Valley - if Bryce Aguilar had stayed healthy - might be three of the top four boys teams in state overall. And Shadle’s Andrea Nelson is in a league of her own.

Justin Rose, Colville, Matt Cronrath, Odessa and St. George’s boys, for the second straight year also won titles.

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