Mancos cross-country performs well at state meet

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Mancos cross-country performs well at state meet

Hernandez leads boys; Manning places 22nd in talented field
Members of the Mancos High School cross-country team pose at the Colorado State Cross County Championships in Colorado Springs on Oct. 26.
Mancos sophomore Edgar Hernandez (148) begins ascending the last hill leading to the final turn into Norris-Penrose Event Center’s main arena and the finish line during the CHSAA State Cross-country Championships’ Class 2A boys’ feature Saturday, Oct. 26, in Colorado Springs. Hernandez was the Blue Jays’ top finisher, placing 21st.
Mancos junior Grace Manning (154) separates from Carbondale-based Colorado Rocky Mountain School’s Gretta Gavette (58) with less than a mile to go in the CHSAA State Cross-country Championships’ Class 2A girls’ race Saturday, Oct. 26, in Colorado Springs. The lone Lady Jay to qualify for the meet, Manning finished 22nd.

Mancos cross-country performs well at state meet

Members of the Mancos High School cross-country team pose at the Colorado State Cross County Championships in Colorado Springs on Oct. 26.
Mancos sophomore Edgar Hernandez (148) begins ascending the last hill leading to the final turn into Norris-Penrose Event Center’s main arena and the finish line during the CHSAA State Cross-country Championships’ Class 2A boys’ feature Saturday, Oct. 26, in Colorado Springs. Hernandez was the Blue Jays’ top finisher, placing 21st.
Mancos junior Grace Manning (154) separates from Carbondale-based Colorado Rocky Mountain School’s Gretta Gavette (58) with less than a mile to go in the CHSAA State Cross-country Championships’ Class 2A girls’ race Saturday, Oct. 26, in Colorado Springs. The lone Lady Jay to qualify for the meet, Manning finished 22nd.
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