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For the first time since 2005, Lake County High School took two full teams to the state cross-country championships, contested in Colorado Springs on Saturday, October 17.

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For the first time since 2005, Lake County High School took two full teams to the state cross-country championships, contested in Colorado Springs on Saturday, October 17.

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Lake County High School’s cross-country team entered the 2A Region 1 meet in Lyons on Thursday, Oct. 8, as underdogs. All of the Panthers’ competitions in 2020 had been on hilly courses above 7,700 feet of elevation. For this reason, their best times of the season were generally slower than …

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The Lake County High School cross-country teams dominated the Frontier League Championship, which they hosted at Colorado Mountain College on Saturday, Oct. 3. Eight schools, mostly from the Denver area, traveled up to compete for bragging rights in the league.

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A small group of Lake County High School freshman runners participated in the Snow Mountain Ranch Invitational hosted by Middle Park High School on Saturday, Sept. 26. The number of Panther harriers was reduced because some team members were resting in preparation for the upcoming season cha…

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The Lake County High School cross-country team divided their forces last weekend and competed in two different meets. Half of the team traveled to Gunnison on Friday while the other half participated in the Buena Vista Invitational on Saturday. Both courses offered the Panthers relatively fl…

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Lake County Middle School Cross-Country once again split their squad for competition last week in order to get every runner a meet entry. One group competed on a unique but slower course in Frisco on Thursday, Sept. 17. The race was run behind Summit Middle School and along Dillon Reservoir.

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Lake County’s middle school cross-country team had to divide and compete in two different cross-country meets last week because of COVID-19 entry restrictions. Part of the team raced in Eagle-Vail on Thursday, Sept. 3, and the other half participated in the Lake County Invitational on Friday…

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Lake County High School hosted 18 other high school and middle school cross-country teams at the Lake County Invitational at Colorado Mountain College on Sept. 4 and 5.

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Lake County High School cross-country athletes returned to competition in late August, after a competitive running drought of over six months.

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The Lake County High School girls basketball team earned two more wins last week. The Panthers are now 13-5 for the season.

On Saturday, the Panthers defeated Bruce Randolph High School on the road.

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The Lake County High School boys basketball team lost to Bruce Randolph High School on the road last week. The Panthers are now 4-13 for the season.

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