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By Joe Duty | Published Saturday, November 10, 2018
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Several Wise County runners tested themselves against the best in the state last weekend at the UIL cross country championships in Round Rock. The Decatur Eagles captured the 4A state title. The Lady Eagles finished second. Boyd, Slidell, Paradise and Chico runners also competed at the meet.

Bringin Home the Hardware

BRINGING HOME THE HARDWARE – The Decatur Eagles grabbed the school’s fifth state title. The Lady Eagles took second in 4A. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Sweating It Out

SWEATING IT OUT – Slidell’s Brady Vanover recovers after an exhausting effort during the 1A race. Messenger photo by Mack Thweatt

Celebratory Embrace

CELEBRATORY EMBRACE – Decatur cross country coach David Park hugs Anthony Rodriguez after the Eagles find out they had won the state title. Messenger photo by Lisa Duty

Follow Me

FOLLOW ME – Decatur’s Triston Read leads the flock out of the starting gates during the 4A final. Read finished 10th. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Last Trip Around

LAST TRIP AROUND – Boyd senior Connor Richardson nears the finish line of the 3A final. Richardson finished the 5K in 18:05. Messenger photo by Lisa Duty

Catching His Breath

CATCHING HIS BREATH – Chico’s Raul Warnock finished 45th in the 2A race. Messenger photo by Mack Thweatt

Working Through the Pack

WORKING THROUGH THE PACK – Paradise sophomore Jana Messenger fought her way to a 45th place finish in the 3A race. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

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