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CROSS COUNTRY

The tag CROSS COUNTRY is for the prep cross country events.

The Perham boys cross country team finished in third place at the Class A state championships. Sophomore Bjorn Anderson finished third overall and spoke about a season full of growth and his motivation for next fall.
The Perham girls cross country team ran under the motto, "Let's get this bread." On Saturday, the Yellowjackets secured the bread. Perham won its fifth state title in program history with an impactful senior class and a strong family connection.
The Perham cross country teams handled their business at the Section 8A championships. Here is a look at how area runners did and who will compete at state:
The Perham cross country teams cruised to Heart O'Lakes Conference championships last Thursday. The New York Mills teams competed in Brandon last week.

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The Perham cross country teams hosted nearly 1,200 kids across 30 teams at Arvig Park on Thursday. Sophomore Bjorn Anderson won the medalist honor, leading the Perham boys to a first-place finish.
Senior Quincy Anderson felt that her last home meet was a bittersweet one. After the Perham girls cross country team won their home invite on Thursday, Anderson was focused on soaking in her last month on the Perham cross country team.
The Perham cross country teams finished in second place and came in as the second-ranked Class A team in the most recent state-wide rankings.
The Perham cross country teams took second and third place at the Roy Griak Invitational last Friday in Minneapolis.
The Perham cross country teams took second and third place at the Lucky Lindy Invitational on Thursday in Little Falls.
This is a column written by Jared Rubado about Detroit Lakes cross country runner Mia Hanson stepping up to run a varsity race to complete a qualifiable roster in the Lakers' only home meet. This is column does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Detroit Lakes Tribune.

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The Perham cross country teams each took first place at the Dragon Twilight Invitational, beating top-ranked Staples-Motley and Park Rapids.
The Perham cross country teams finished 12th and 14th at one of the state's biggest high school meets last Thursday at St. Olaf College.
The Perham girls took first, while the boys finished third, at the Brave Like Gabe Invitational at Arvig Park on Saturday. The Yellowjackets field one of their largest teams in program history as they aim for another successful season.

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