Senior cross-country runner thrives by setting solo pace

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Senior cross-country runner thrives by setting solo pace

Postby BDN » Thu Oct 26, 2017 3:38 am

Senior cross-country runner thrives by setting solo pace

Pack running isn’t part of the strategy for the boys cross-country team at Deer Isle-Stonington High School.

With only three runners, there is no pack.

Brendan Penfold does much of his training in solo fashion, and while his version of “Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner” may not resemble the 1959 short story of the same name, it has produced significant results for the Mariners’ senior this fall.

During the last three weeks he has won the Hancock County individual championship and the Penobscot Valley Conference Class C crown, and last weekend he added the Class C North title to a rapidly growing resume.

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