ST. ANTHONY – By the end of last season, it was clear there was something going on with the South Fremont girls cross country team. A trophy from the state meet may have been the first clue.

The Cougars hadn’t advanced to the state meet in a decade and there really wasn’t much competition with district foe Sugar-Salem, which had already proven itself as a perennial state contender and celebrated winning the 3A state crown last season.


Allan Steele is Sports Editor of the Post Register. Reach him at 208 542-6772 and follow on Twitter at asteele12000

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