Cross Country: Hingham v. Duxbury

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Cross Country: Hingham v. Duxbury

The girl’s and boy’s finish line, directly under the scoreboard.

The girl’s and boy’s finish line, directly under the scoreboard.

Stephanie Robinson

The girl’s and boy’s finish line, directly under the scoreboard.

Stephanie Robinson

Stephanie Robinson

The girl’s and boy’s finish line, directly under the scoreboard.

Stephanie Robinson, Contributing Writer

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On Tuesday, October 9th, the girls’ and boys’ Cross Country teams took on Duxbury for a chance to claim the Patriot League title. All athletes ran their hearts out on the 2.98 mile course.  While the girls’ team won 22-35, the boys lost 29-26. For both teams, Duxbury posed the greatest threat in the league, so athletes, parents, and coaches highly anticipated the meet. The effort and dedication to the race was clear in every runner, and the meet certainly produced some of the best racing the course has ever seen.

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