Cowanesque Valley Indians Cross Country

McKenna Carry

Though the Lady Indians didn’t have enough runners to compete for a team title, freshman McKenna Cary turned in a great performance in the District Four Cross Country Meet on Thursday, Oct. 29 where she finished as the top area-runner with a 15th place finish.

Cary finished with a time of 23:13 and has been one of the top Indian runners all season with a handful of top five finishes as well as a top 16 finish in the NTL Coaches Invitational and has been one of the top NTL runners this season.

As only a freshman, expect Carry to continue to improve as the years go on and to help lead the Indians in years to come.

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North Penn-Mansfield, Sullivan County and Sayre met in Mansfield for a cross country meet Tuesday afternoon. In the boys match between North Penn-Mansfield and Sullivan County, Sullivan County…

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Coming from a family of runners, the youngest of his siblings, Matt Decamp, was no runner growing up. He tried, but just wasn’t the runner by any means. He chose tennis during his high school …

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