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    Loudoun runners sweep elite races at Oatlands XC Invitational

    Heritage High School freshman Weini Kelati and Loudoun Valley junior Andrew Hunter outpaced fields of approximately 400 runners to claim the girls' and boys' titles respectively in the Oatlands Cross-Country Invitational elite varsity 'A' races Sept. 20 at Oatlands Plantation in Leesburg.

    Kelati posted a time of 18 minutes, 12 seconds to finish 32 seconds ahead of runner-up Abby Colbert of Jefferson. Loudoun Valley senior Ciara Donohue (18:57) placed third, and Kelati's Pride teammate Georgie Mackenzie (19:20) crossed the finish line in 11th place.

    Hunter - the reigning VHSL 3A state champion - blazed through the Oatlands course in 15:21 to claim the boys' crown. Broad Run senior Ethan Newland (16:13) placed seventh, while Tuscarora junior Fitsum Seyoum (16:31) and Stone Bridge junior Andrew Matson (16:42) both cracked the top 20.

    Overall, eight races were contested in the Oatlands Invitational. The event drew more than 3,000 athletes representing nearly 100 high schools.

    -Check back for photos from the Oatlands Invitational.

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