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WJHS Runs Their Way (Again!) To State Title

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The state champion WJHS girls’ cross country team is, left to right, first row, Ava Rau, Ella Brown, Macy Jones and Calla Espenschied; and second row, Chloe Wagenknecht, Kamryn Rader, Cameron Crump, Angeylnn Kanyuck, Chloe Aubuschon, Ali Kloeppel and Coach Sebestik.
The state champion WJHS girls’ cross country team is, left to right, first row, Ava Rau, Ella Brown, Macy Jones and Calla Espenschied; and second row, Chloe Wagenknecht, Kamryn Rader, Cameron Crump, Angeylnn Kanyuck, Chloe Aubuschon, Ali Kloeppel and Coach Sebestik.

The Junior Bulldogs’ girls’ cross country team are once again Class L state champion. Waterloo Junior High School repeated their feat Saturday at the state meet in DuQuoin. And also for the second year in a row, Ali Kloeppel crossed the finish line first. Angelynn Kanyuck came in second. The WJHS boys team finished in …

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