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Boys X/C season ends at Sectionals

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Photo Courtesy of: Mr. Jeff Christopherson
The boys cross country season came to an end at Sectionals. The team finished outside of the top seven and were unable to advance to the State meet.

The boys cross country season came to an end at the Normal Sectional on Oct. 29 after the team finished 14th.
With 393 points, Community trailed Oswego High School, the last of the seven teams to qualify for State, by nearly 200 points.
Plainfield South won the meet with 32 points.
Jack Thomas was the first Ironmen across the finish line, finishing 48th with a time of 16:19.48.
Joey Yaros and A.J. Ince finished 64th and 87th with times of 16:38.56 and 17:00.35.
Drew Patterson (17:37.78) and Nate Witzig (17:46.52) also added to the Ironmen score.

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