Henry Howell heads to the finish line during the Class 1A Region 2 boys cross country race Friday at Holloway Park in Lakeland. Howell finished fifth, helping Saint Stephen’s finish second and advance to next week’s state meet in Tallahassee.
Henry Howell heads to the finish line during the Class 1A Region 2 boys cross country race Friday at Holloway Park in Lakeland. Howell finished fifth, helping Saint Stephen’s finish second and advance to next week’s state meet in Tallahassee.
Henry Howell heads to the finish line during the Class 1A Region 2 boys cross country race Friday at Holloway Park in Lakeland. Howell finished fifth, helping Saint Stephen’s finish second and advance to next week’s state meet in Tallahassee.

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