There may not be a high school cross-country season this fall, but a few California club programs are finding a way to get their runners some competitive meets amid the coronavirus pandemic. The South Temecula XC Club, which features head coach Doug Soles and runners from Great Oak High School, headed to the Lavern Gibson Championship Cross-country Course in Terre Haute, Indiana, where they competed at the XC Town USA Meet of Champions Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 14-15. Joining the Temecula club was another club from Newbury Park, who won the inaugural event in literally runaway fashion to affirm itself as the premier program in the land for a second year running. Their top five runners were all among the race’s first dozen scorers in recording a blowout win over Northwest powerho
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