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Miller makes his mark, again

Joseleny Martinez, Sports Writer

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Cross Country’s Regional meet took place, on Saturday, at Lynn Creek’s Joe Pool Lake in Grand Prairie. Senior, Joseph Miller placed 66th out of approximately 200 runners. Miller was officially named District Champion which happened to take place on his birthday.

Coach Jeremy Durham and Coach Aaron Steele claimed that they are very proud of him for going so far.

“I am truly honored to have been able to serve the school for which I have so much pride by doing something I love to do”, said Miller. “Sometimes motivation is the perfect mixture of finding things to run away from and things to strive towards”.

Miller is considering running varsity track this spring.

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