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August 24, 2010
Boys Coaches: Dodd Dixon, sixth season. Tee Harrington, assistant coach. Last year: The Cardinals placed first at five meets. The team was predicted by KYmilesplit to advance to the state meet last season. Due to illnesses and injury, the team fell short of this prediction. Starters lost: Co-captains Colton Lewis and Amos Gapp. Top returnees: This year’s team is led by team captain Clay Dixon and Alex White. White has competed at the state cross country meet the past two seasons.
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By MIKE MARSEE and marsee@amnews.com | September 8, 2012
Meagan Smith has never lost a cross country race. Kaitlin Snapp couldn't say that, and neither could just about any other runner who has ever tried the sport. But Smith remains unbeaten, even if her career consists of a single race. The Danville junior won her very first race Saturday in convincing fashion, rolling to a 39-second victory in the girls varsity race at Danville's E.G. Plummer Invitational and causing competitors who came to realize it was her cross country debut to shake their heads in amazement.
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September 19, 2013
On Saturday, Danville High School hosted the 12th annual E.G. Plummer Invitational cross country meet. I wanted to recognize Tony Gray and the Danville Police Department for their help with traffic control. Their quick response and professionalism were vital to the success of our meet and we couldn't have pulled it off without their selfless dedication to public safety. Chris Verhoven Danville Cross Country coach
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November 1, 2010
Kaitlin Snapp of Danville won the girls junior race at the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association Meet of Champions on Saturday in Lexington. Snapp won the race easily with a time of 18 minutes, 52 seconds over the 3.1-mile course at Masterson Station Park. Runners were separated in the event by their class years. Calvin Steber had the best finish for the Danville boys, running sixth in the sophomore race in 18:49. Other Danville times: Boys: Karl Hempel 18:28, Chase Berry 19:14, Rollins Grubbs 19:15, Wright Williams 20:15, Dylan Crowe 20:44, Max Meckes 21:21, Michael McChesney 21:28,Jack Merryman 24:54.
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Sun Staff Report | September 13, 2010
The George Rogers Clark boys and girls cross country teams captured the annual “Beast in the East” meet Saturday at Owlsey County. The Lady Cardinals pulled off a three-peat, winning the title for the third year in a row in the 13-team event. The boys’ team also finished in first, fending off Letcher Central, Harlan County and Madison Central. Clark finished fourth in the event last year and third in 2008. “(Our goal) was for the team to win for the third year in a row,” Tiffany Toler said.
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September 29, 2013
A win by Boyle County's Nikki Coffey on Saturday helped the Boyle County girls place second at the Wayne County Invitational. The Boyle boys finished third out of 11 teams. Coffey won with a time of 20 minutes, 50 seconds. Austin Anderson led the Boyle boys with his 10th place finish in 17:50. Also for the Boyle girls, Hannah Robertson placed third (21:32), Ally Anderson (21:49) was fifth, Natalie Hayes (23:47) was 17th, Madison Robbins (24:00) was 20th, Katie Sudd (24:55)
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NEWS
September 25, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS - Bellarmine University junior Emily Frith has been named the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) Women's Runner of the Week for cross country. Frith placed sixth overall at the National Catholic Invitational, covering the 5,000-meter course in a personal-best time of 17:42.  She was the top non-Division I runner in the race by 35 seconds, and missed a fifth-place result by a mere 0.4 second.  The Stanford native, who was making her first official appearance of the season for the Knights, claims the second weekly honor of her cross country career.  She was also recognized by the league on Oct. 11, 2011.
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By KEITH TAYLOR and ktaylor@winchestersun.com | September 25, 2013
The George Rogers Clark High School cross country team took first-place honors in the 19th annual “Beast in the East” Invitational at Owsley County recently. The Cardinals and the Lady Cardinals entered the meet as runner-up from last year's meet. Over the past five years the Lady Cards have won five team titles, while the Cards have won three team titles. Both teams reclaimed the title after runner-up finishes a year ago while competing on one of the toughest courses in the region.
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By Nancy Leedy and nancy@theinteriorjournal.com | September 25, 2013
DANVILLE - Lincoln County's Morgan Gourley ran a strong race against some strong competition in the Boyle County Invitational at Millennium Park Thursday. Gourley, an LCHS junior, ran with the lead pack throughout the girls varsity division race and finished eighth overall out of 67 runners. She covered the 3.1-mile course in a time of 22:06.5. There was no catching Danville's Meagan Smith in the girls varsity run, with the senior runner all alone at the finish in a time of 19:55.5.
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September 22, 2013
Cole Grecco of Garrard County finished in the top 25 percent of the field Saturday in the boys race at the Trinity-Valkyrie Invitational at Louisville. Grecco was 122nd out of 476 runners with a time of 16 minutes, 56 seconds over the 3.1-mile course at E.G. “Tom” Sawyer Park. The meet featured top teams and runners from across Kentucky as well as from nearby states.
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September 19, 2013
On Saturday, Danville High School hosted the 12th annual E.G. Plummer Invitational cross country meet. I wanted to recognize Tony Gray and the Danville Police Department for their help with traffic control. Their quick response and professionalism were vital to the success of our meet and we couldn't have pulled it off without their selfless dedication to public safety. Chris Verhoven Danville Cross Country coach
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Journal staff report and sports@jessaminejournal.com | September 18, 2013
East Jessamine High School's boys' cross-country team took first place at the E.G. Plummer Invitational in Danville over the weekend. The top five East boys totaled a time of 1:34:23.20 for an average 5-kilometer time of 18:52.64. The group scored enough points to top all eight other teams competing at the event. A pair of freshmen led the way for the Jaguars, with Mikah Bailey placing fourth overall as an individual with a time of 18:07.9 and Ryan Wall taking seventh in 18:38.2.
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September 18, 2013
Austin Sebastian and Shea Davis of Garrard County led area runners with third-place finishes Tuesday in a Mercer County all-comers meet at Harrodsburg. Sebastian edged Garrard teammate Cole Grecco by a fraction of a second for third place in the boys race at Anderson-Dean Community Park. Davis finished two seconds out of second place in the girls race. All-Comers Meet Tuesday At Anderson-Dean Community Park Harrodsburg BOYS (3.1 miles; 32 runners)
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September 15, 2013
The Centre College men and women each had the individual champion and took home the team title Saturday at the Centre College Invitational at Admiral Stadium. Cristin Palmer won the women's race with her time of 19 minutes, 28 seconds. Centre had six of the top nine finishers and won with 22 points, 30 more than runner-up Georgetown. On the men's side, John Kieffer won with a time fo 26;34. The Colonels had six of the to 10 runners and scored 20 points to 43 for runner-up Berea.
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By MIKE MARSEE and marsee@amnews.com | September 15, 2013
No matter how many miles she runs or how many courses she covers, there's no place like home for Meagan Smith. The Admiral Stadium cross country course is the place where Smith ran - and won - her very first race two years ago. So competing on that course for the final time Saturday held a special meaning for the Danville senior. She went out a winner, taking first place in the girls varsity race at the E.G. Plummer Invitational - the same meet where she made her debut -  for the third consecutive year.
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