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Blackhawks runners duel stiff competition at Battle of 509


Last updated 9/27/2018 at 7:04pm

Cheney High’s boys and girls cross country teams clashed with a tough field of schools from across the 509 area code — and even outside — in the second Battle of the 509, held last Saturday at Fairways Golf Course outside of Four Lakes.

The Blackhawks boys finished 10th overall with 278 points, six points behind of Great Northern League rival East Valley but well back of seventh-place and GNL title-contender Pullman. Greater Spokane League 4A powerhouse Mead captured the meet title with 87 points.

Bas Holland led the boys and all Cheney runners, placing fifth with a time of 16 minutes...

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