With COVID-19 messing things up for the high school athletics calendar, many programs are taking creative measures, and for local cross-country runners, due to some innovative planning, club competition has begun.Great Oak High School’s club runners are on a mission during this virus-affected season, with a brand-new batch of runners showing both promise and excitement as they embark on the season and challenge before them. The six-time defending Division 1 State boys’ team champions lost 6 of its top seven runners from a year ago, but Nathan Lennox and teammate Scott Kiehn showed well at the Desert Twilight Festival earlier in October.Great Oak High School’s Nathan Lennox and teammate Scott Kiehn place second a
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