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Boys Cross Country: Severson, Rangers survive grueling opener

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Jude Severson didn’t puke.

He didn’t even feel the need after crossing the finish line at Friday’s Run for the Melon Invite at the Northland Arboretum in Brainerd.

The Crosby-Ironton junior snuck by his teammate, Will Goodwin, at the finish line to place third and help the Rangers to second place in the season-opening, but grueling event.

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Jermey Millsop
My career at the Brainerd Dispatch began May 11, 1999 after graduating from North Dakota State University. My areas of emphasis includes local high school sports, Central Lakes College, the lakes area golf mecca and once a year I dabble in the NHRA when the Lucas Oil Nationals come to Brainerd International Raceway.
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