Season wraps up at Dillingham Invitational

Sep 26th 4:31 pm By by Dave Bendinger

Middle and high school runners from Bristol Bay, Koliganek, New Stuyahok, Aleknagik, Togiak, and Manokotak were hosted by Dillingham for a cross-country invitational to wrap up the regular season last weekend.


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