Enlow powers Raiders to 7th at state meet

Oct 09th 11:02 am By Tommy Wells

Ross Enlow might want to talk with the United States Postal Service about a job as a spokesman following his impressive outing Saturday at the ASAA/First National Bank Class 1A-2A-3A State Cross-Country Championships. Nothing, and we mean nothing, stopped him from delivering the goods for the Unalaska Raiders.

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