Seneca's MCCormick dominates in Plano; Morris girls top field
PLANO — Tuesday's third annual Ross Greiter Cross Country Invitational at Plano may ultimately be remembered as a breakthrough for both Seneca's Ross McCormick and the Morris girls team.
A freshman, McCormick won his first-ever invitational, finishing the course in 16:05 — 7 seconds better than runner-up Nate Novata of Westmont. In the girls race, the Redskins not only claimed their first trophy of the season of any kind, they won the event, totaling 62 points edge second-place Yorkville and its 66.
McCormick knocked over a half-minute off his prior career-best time, a 16:32 at the Peoria Manual/Woodruff Invitational on Sept. 8. The first-place finish was the second overall of his young career, following a win at a three-team meet hosted by the Fighting Irish earlier this year.
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