Harriers Go Back to Back — Bring Home Title No. 20!

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Harriers Go Back to Back — Bring Home Title No. 20!

The Rocks were led by Ryan O’Dea (third place, 16:04.34), Nick Lewis (ninth place, 16:15.57), Zach Woodall, Daniel Young, Colin Murphy, Austin Montgomery and Jack Guffey.

The Rocks were led by Ryan O’Dea (third place, 16:04.34), Nick Lewis (ninth place, 16:15.57), Zach Woodall, Daniel Young, Colin Murphy, Austin Montgomery and Jack Guffey.

photo by Kyle Vance

The Rocks were led by Ryan O’Dea (third place, 16:04.34), Nick Lewis (ninth place, 16:15.57), Zach Woodall, Daniel Young, Colin Murphy, Austin Montgomery and Jack Guffey.

photo by Kyle Vance

photo by Kyle Vance

The Rocks were led by Ryan O’Dea (third place, 16:04.34), Nick Lewis (ninth place, 16:15.57), Zach Woodall, Daniel Young, Colin Murphy, Austin Montgomery and Jack Guffey.

ECHO Staff

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The cross country Rocks, under the leadership of head coach Scott Holzknecht and his assistant coaches, captured the 3A KHSAA State Cross Country Championship on Nov. 2 at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

The Rocks won the championship for the second consecutive year,  edging runner-up St. Xavier by two points, 113-111.

The Rocks were led by Ryan O’Dea (third place, 16:04.34), Nick Lewis (ninth place, 16:15.57), Zach Woodall, Daniel Young, Colin Murphy, Austin Montgomery and Jack Guffey.

This marks the 20th state cross country championship in Trinity school history.                                                 — with Athletics Office

 

 

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