By finishing first in the SBAAC National Division, East Clinton earned the school’s first-ever girls cross country championship last weekend. The Lady Astros, coached by Bob Henson and Bill Hrabak, are, from left to right, Carah Antek, Kailyn Mason, Kaylyn Deaton, Molly Seabaugh, Kenton Deaton.

By finishing first in the SBAAC National Division, East Clinton earned the school’s first-ever girls cross country championship last weekend. The Lady Astros, coached by Bob Henson and Bill Hrabak, are, from left to right, Carah Antek, Kailyn Mason, Kaylyn Deaton, Molly Seabaugh, Kenton Deaton.


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By finishing first in the SBAAC National Division, East Clinton earned the school’s first-ever girls cross country championship last weekend. The Lady Astros, coached by Bob Henson and Bill Hrabak, are, from left to right, Carah Antek, Kailyn Mason, Kaylyn Deaton, Molly Seabaugh, Kenton Deaton.

By finishing first in the SBAAC National Division, East Clinton earned the school’s first-ever girls cross country championship last weekend. The Lady Astros, coached by Bob Henson and Bill Hrabak, are, from left to right, Carah Antek, Kailyn Mason, Kaylyn Deaton, Molly Seabaugh, Kenton Deaton.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/10/web1_CC_ecgirlschamps.jpgBy finishing first in the SBAAC National Division, East Clinton earned the school’s first-ever girls cross country championship last weekend. The Lady Astros, coached by Bob Henson and Bill Hrabak, are, from left to right, Carah Antek, Kailyn Mason, Kaylyn Deaton, Molly Seabaugh, Kenton Deaton. Submitted Photo