Crosby Invitational draws runners from across the region
The annual event held last week attracted twenty-four high school cross country teams from across the region. Locally, harriers from Vale, Adrian, Ontario and Nyssa competed.
Ronni Bryant (front) and Sophie Draper (back) of the Ontario Cross Country team race down course at the Crosby Invitational held last week at Treasure Valley Community College.
Nyssa's Kelvin Pascacio sets his sights on the finish line at the Crosby Invitational last week.
Prep athletes from around the region and the county competed in the Crosby Invitational.
Ontario high school cross country runner Isaiah Claudio pushes toward the finish line.
Runners at the invitational ran under overcast skies. While clouds threatened rain, the wet stuff failed to damper the competitive spirit of local athletes.
Vale runner, sophomore Matyson Siddoway heads to the finish line at the Crosby Invitational.
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