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Naney earns eighth place finish in Magazine Invitational cross country meet

The Caddo Hills Indians opened the cross country track season with a trip to Magazine for the Magazine Invitational Tuesday, September 8. Lane Naney had the stand out finish for Caddo Hills with an eighth place finish in the Jr. Boys 2500m race.
Lane Naney finished the race in nine minutes and 39 seconds in his eighth place finish. He was joined by Tony Ruiz who finished 25th in the Jr. Boys race with a time of 10:41. Fischer Newton finished 65th with a time of 11:55.
Katelynn Foster finished 64th in the Jr. Girls 2500m race with a time of 14:08.
Bersain Cruz was the lone Indian to compete in the Sr. Boys 2500m race. He finished 34th with a time of 10:20.
The Indians will next travel to Mansfield Saturday, September 26, for the Today’s Bank Invitational. They will then compete in the Buck Fever Showcase, Tuesday, September 29, at Mena.

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