LANCASTER - What a day for area runners competing in the 54th annual Bob Reall Cross Country Invitational on Saturday at Lancaster High School. In the Division I boys and girls team races, the Lancaster girls continued their outstanding season by winning Saturday’s event and the boys placed second. Both teams used their depth, and even though the weather was hot, they were able to fight through the rough conditions and the tough course.
AMANDA - It was another solid week for area teams as we reach the halfway point of the season. After getting hammered by Teays Valley last week, Bloom-Carroll had a nice bounce-back win, Amanda-Clearcreek had huge win over Fairfield Union and Millersport picked up its first victory of the season, while Liberty Union lost a tough one against Bishop Ready.
LANCASTER - For a while, it looked as if Lancaster was going to waste an outstanding defensive effort against Hilliard Davidson – a team the Golden Gales had never beaten and were 0-7 all-time against. However, when it was gut-check time, Lancaster was able to get it done. The Wildcats stopped the Gales on 4th-and-2 from the 1-yard line with nine minutes left, but Lancaster’s defense was able to get a crucial stop to give the ball back to the offense.
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