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Lenox boys cross-country breaks through with MIAA D-III State Championship; Mount Greylock finishes runner-up

DEVENS — Eleven points in a championship cross-country meet is nothing. Until it’s everything, and all you can think about for a full calendar year.

That was the difference last fall in Wrentham, between the Lenox boys and a state title. It took 364 days to fully exorcise the Parker Charter demon and hold off local rival Mount Greylock.

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Mike Walsh is sports editor at The Berkshire Eagle. He's been with The Eagle since 2017. Walsh also authors the NENPA-winning Powder Report column. He's an avid snowboarder, runner, homebrewer, and he used to play a pretty mean sousaphone.

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