Northglenn hosts cross country teams

Photos by Stefan Brodsky
Posted 10/10/18

More than 50 high schools from across Colorado and out of state came to Northglenn’s Northwest Open Space Oct. 5 to compete in the Pat Amato Invitational Cross Country. Lousiville’s Monarch High …

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Northglenn hosts cross country teams

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More than 50 high schools from across Colorado and out of state came to Northglenn’s Northwest Open Space Oct. 5 to compete in the Pat Amato Invitational Cross Country. Lousiville’s Monarch High School came in first place with a total of 80 points for the boys team and 74 ponts for the girls.

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