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What’s left in the DHS tank?

Demons’ XC training was geared toward state meet
Durango High School senior Joe Maloney will be at the center of the CHSAA Class 4A Cross Country Championships on Saturday in Colorado Springs. Maloney, racing his fourth state meet, hopes to be head and shoulders above the field, too.
Durango High School’s first-yaer cross country coach David McMillan used literature to motivate his boys and girls state cross country teams this week: Being at the bottom of the hill “with enough in your tank that you can move up. That’s the state course,” McMillan said. “You want to get to the bottom of the hill with enough to make a move.”
DHS qualified both its boys and girls cross country teams for the CHSAA Class 4A Cross Country State Championships on Saturday at the Norris Penrose Equestrian Center in Colorado Springs.
“Monday, we did a final hard workout at the Fort Lewis track,” DHS cross country coach David McMillan said as he prepped both the DHS boys and girls teams for the Class 4A state meet. “The surface of the Fort Lewis track is much like the state course. Most of the course is hard-packed dirt and gravel.”

What’s left in the DHS tank?

Durango High School senior Joe Maloney will be at the center of the CHSAA Class 4A Cross Country Championships on Saturday in Colorado Springs. Maloney, racing his fourth state meet, hopes to be head and shoulders above the field, too.
Durango High School’s first-yaer cross country coach David McMillan used literature to motivate his boys and girls state cross country teams this week: Being at the bottom of the hill “with enough in your tank that you can move up. That’s the state course,” McMillan said. “You want to get to the bottom of the hill with enough to make a move.”
DHS qualified both its boys and girls cross country teams for the CHSAA Class 4A Cross Country State Championships on Saturday at the Norris Penrose Equestrian Center in Colorado Springs.
“Monday, we did a final hard workout at the Fort Lewis track,” DHS cross country coach David McMillan said as he prepped both the DHS boys and girls teams for the Class 4A state meet. “The surface of the Fort Lewis track is much like the state course. Most of the course is hard-packed dirt and gravel.”
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