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Burkburnett Boys Win Graham XC Invitational

Burkburnett took first place in the Graham Invitational Cross Country meet Monday morning, placing two runners in the top three.

Brian Keksi crossed the 3-mile course in 16:36, winning his second straight meet after taking the Lucy Park Invitational last week. He has finished in the top three in all seven meets he has run this year.

Adam Leslie finished third for the Bulldogs, while Old High's David Hurtado took the silver.

Nocona finished a strong third with a well-rounded team effort.

Boys results from the Graham Invitational Cross Country Meet (3 miles):

Team Standings:

1. Burkburnett - 51 pts
2. Abilene HS - 81
3. Nocona - 93
4. Rider - 138
5. Graham - 150
6. Wichita Falls HS - 156
7. Iowa Park - 158

Individual Finish:

1. Brian Keksi, Burk - 16:36
2. David Hurtado. WFHS - 16:58
3. Adam Leslie, Burk - 17:03
4. Paul Garcia, Abilene - 17:17
5. Jay Robinson, Abilene - 17:26
6. David Buchannan, Peaster - 17:32
7. Bradon Roberts, IPHS - 17:37
8. Anthony Holland, Burk - 17:43
9. Josh Luffman, IPHS - 17:46
10. Phillip Peavy, Graham - 17:48
11. Arthur Hamlett, Burk - 17:49

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