Pirates take second, sixth at rainy home meet

SUN photo/Randi Pierce
Pagosa’s Megan Greenly is cheered on as she sprints in an attempt to finish first at Saturday’s home cross-country meet atop Reservoir Hill. Greenly finished second in the high school girls’ race, helping her team to a second-place finish.

It may have been a little rainy Saturday morning, but, for the teams atop Reservoir Hill for the cross-country meet that morning, it was just wet enough and just rainy enough for it to really feel like a cross-country meet, according to Pagosa Springs High School’s coach Scott Anderson.

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This story was posted on September 28, 2017.