Cumberland XC has strong showing in home event

Published 9:34 am Tuesday, September 8, 2015

The Cumberland High School boys cross-country team hosted its first and only home meet of the season last week and the Dukes came through with a strong overall performance against three other James River District teams. The Dukes finished in second place with a score of 42 points. They followed Randolph-Henry with 34 points. Nottoway finished in third with 60 points, while Prince Edward took fourth with 96 points.

Individual results were: first place — Matthew Bapties/Cumberland, second place — Jared Halvorsen/Cumberland, third place — Naheim Pettus/Randolph-Henry, fourth place — fourth place Christopher Nichols/Randolph-Henry and fifth place —  Fernando Garcia/Nottoway.

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The Dukes will travel to Prince Edward for a meet on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.