LHS boys win first cross country meet on new course at Hills Quarter


Lancaster’s Haley Smith leads 30 runners off the starting line in the girls cross country race October 3 at Hills Quarter in Kilmarnock. Photo by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

Lancaster’s dynamic duo of Domonique Veney and De’Avion Harding continue to set the pace among regional runners on the cross country trail, finishing first and second, respectively, in last week’s inaugural race on Lancaster High’s new home course at Hills Quarter in Kilmarnock.

Lancaster’s Haley Smith ran away with her fifth win of the season in the girls meet.

Veney and Harding crossed the line together with Veney running an 18:18 race and Harding, 18:19. Lancaster’s Zach Kane crossed the line third in 19:35 as the host Red Devils swept the top three spots for the team win with a low 16 points…



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