The LaRue County High School cross country team fared well in its first competition of the season with the boys' and girls' teams winning the 3k race.
“All of the runners did well. This was the first race of the season and many of the runners had never run before in a 3k or 5k,” Coach Josh Henderson said. “As a whole, we did extremely well.”
Henderson singled out newcomer Michelle Seymour and veteran Amarah Reed for praise.
“Aliesha Durbin also ran strong since it was her first race of her career,” he said.