Ben Young of Tates Creek, left, led the way followed closely by John Spencer of Lafayette about midway through the boy's race in Fayette County Public Schools Cross Country Championship on Tuesday. Young cruised to victory after Spencer, the defending champ, developed a cramp.
Ben Young of Tates Creek, left, led the way followed closely by John Spencer of Lafayette about midway through the boy's race in Fayette County Public Schools Cross Country Championship on Tuesday. Young cruised to victory after Spencer, the defending champ, developed a cramp. Lexington Herald-Leader
Ben Young of Tates Creek, left, led the way followed closely by John Spencer of Lafayette about midway through the boy's race in Fayette County Public Schools Cross Country Championship on Tuesday. Young cruised to victory after Spencer, the defending champ, developed a cramp. Lexington Herald-Leader

Lafayette boys, Tates Creek girls win city cross country championships

October 08, 2013 09:30 PM

UPDATED October 09, 2013 03:05 PM

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