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Ladies and gentlemen, it has finally arrived. All fall, there has been a great debate on who is the top team in the state. On Saturday and in a total time of less than 20 minutes, we will once and for all have the answer to that question.
We're not sure if any preview will do justice to what could possibly unfold on Saturday in the girls D1 race
A few years ago I compiled this list of all the Champions going back to our first State Meet in 1938.
Bellingham senior captures Division 2 title.
Lincoln-Sudbury senior breaks tape in Division I race.
It was an absolute picture perfect day for the All State Meet at beautiful Stanley Park in Westfield today. We will start with the most exciting race of the day as the Division 1 girls race lived up to it's billing and certainly did not disappoint.
Lowell coach talks about team's second straight title and third in last four years.
In her final cross-country race against her state rivals, Ariel Keklak wasn't about to let it happen again. She beat them all on a beautiful Saturday afternoon at Westfield's Stanley Park.
With a squad that featured four runners under the 16-minute mark for five kilometers, the Red Raiders scooped up the Division I title at the MIAA All State Final on Saturday.
Wellesley senior cops Division I title.
Marblehead senior captures Division 2 title.
The Boys Division 1 race at Stanley Park turned out to be a battle of the two Eastern Mass Champions from last week in Wrentham.
Marblehead coach talks about his team's victory.
Needham coach talks about team's third straight state crown.
Northampton senior takes third in Division 1 race.
Parker Charter senior finishes second in Division 2 race.
Needham senior places third in Division 2 race.
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