ST. PAUL (WJON News) -- Two St. Cloud area schools had a strong showing in the State Cross Country Meet on Saturday. St. Cloud Cathedral won the Girls' Class-A championship with 68 points, besting Staples-Motley which had 125 points, and Cotter with 151 points.

Cathedral was led by Ella Voit, Clara Schad, Katelyn Waldoch, Addie Mondloch, and eighth-grader Enya Scanlon. Senior Emma Voit also took second in the Individual Championship for the Crusaders. St. John's Prep had two runners do well in the Individual Championships as well.

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Senior Olivia Pauly won the Girls' Class-A Championship with a time of 18 minutes, 20 point 5 seconds, beating Audrey Brownell from Staples-Motley by more than 11 seconds, and Senior Nick Hanson took third in the Class-A Boys' Championship. The Cross Country Championships took place at the University of Minnesota Les Bolstad Golf Course.


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