Trophy case grows crowded with another Beaver River state title

Beaver River cross country

BEAVER FALLS, N.Y. (WWNY) - There are some sure signs of late fall: the weather grows colder, the holidays are approaching, and Beaver River wins another boys' cross country state title.

The wins keep piling up for the Beavers.

The cross country team has its own display case. You have to have a separate one when you have won 18 titles.

The latest was this past Saturday when the Beavers captured another Class D state crown.

"This is our third in a row and and I would say for the last three years they've been getting better and better, stronger," coach Alex Barrett said. "We had a lot of really young talent for the first of these three and they've all stuck with it."

There's more from the coach in the video, along with runners Colton Kempney, Cory Demo, and Josiah Evan.

The season is not over for the Beavers. There’s a national event with qualifying coming up in a couple of weeks.

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