In boys cross-country: Three Falcons head to New England Interscholastic Championships

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From left:  Andrew Franklin, Sam Brunnette, and Alex Cotnoir train for their big race in Manchester, Connecticut.  They competed in the New England Interscholastic Championship Saturday.  Photos by David Dudley

From left: Andrew Franklin, Sam Brunnette, and Alex Cotnoir train for their big race in Manchester, Connecticut. They competed in the New England Interscholastic Championship Saturday. Photos by David Dudley

copyright the Chronicle November 12, 2014

by David Dudley

Three young men from North Country Union High School’s cross-country team earned the chance to represent the Northeast Kingdom in Manchester, Connecticut, Saturday.

The three runners who competed in the New England Interscholastic Championship were: state champion Sam Brunnette, who took fortieth place at 16:34; Alex Cotnoir, who came in one hundred second, finishing in 17:14; and Andrew Franklin, who claimed one hundred eighty-eighth place, finishing in a respectable 17:53.

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Lake Region hosts cross-country relays

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Andrew Grittner of North Country Union high School waits for his second wind to kick in as he winds his way toward the final leg of Lake Region's cross-country trail. Photos by David Dudley

Andrew Grittner of North Country Union high School waits for his second wind to kick in as he winds his way toward the final leg of Lake Region’s cross-country trail.
Photos by David Dudley

copyright the Chronicle October 15, 2014

by David Dudley

Lake Region Union High School hosted a six-team relay race on Tuesday.  Among the teams competing were:  North Country Union High School, Lyndon, Peoples, Hazen, Stowe, and Lake Region (LR).

It was a beautiful day, warm, sunny, 70 degrees, and not a cloud in the sky. The first part of Lake Region’s course is riddled with hills, leading into the woods behind the school. The latter part of the trail is all downhill, though, which tends to bring out the best in these runners. Especially when they don’t have to worry about puddles and loose soil.

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