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By Will Korn 

Red Raider cross country teams run their way to strong showings at first meet of season in Gering


Donna Wiedeburg

Senior Brody McKnight runs hard up a hill on Friday in Gering. He finished 11th overall.

The Sidney cross country teams looked very promising in their first meet of the season, Friday afternoon at Monument Shadows Golf Course in Gering.

As a team, the varsity boys came in second overall out of 14 teams with a score of 35. The varsity girls finished third out of a field of eight teams, registering a score of 48--just two points behind second-place Gering.

Head coach Tony Neels said he was impressed with his teams' results on the afternoon. 

"Overall I was very pleased with how we ran today," Neels said. "The kids were all competing hard and our times were much better than they...

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