Competing in the senior division

East meets West in Kootenay run-off

Cross country runners from Nelson's L.V. Rogers secondary and Trafalgar middle school raced the trails surrounding the high school

Cross country runners from Nelson’s L.V. Rogers secondary and Trafalgar middle school raced the trails surrounding the local high school Wednesday afternoon to see who is the best in the Kootenay.

The East/West Kootenay cross country championships were staged on the steep trails that surround LVR with the best in the region taking part. Teams from all across the East and West Kootenay took part.

The top three teams and top individual finishers will earn the right to represent the Kootenays at the provincial cross country championships in Prince George early next month.

Results from the afternoon’s race in all division will be posted on-line when available.

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