Race winner Luke Schilter (3872) of Northwest Christian runs in a crowd early in the senior boys race Saturday at the Capital Cross Country Invitational meet on the Capital High School. Schilter became the only four-time winner of the event, but he’s still looking for his first state title.
Race winner Luke Schilter (3872) of Northwest Christian runs in a crowd early in the senior boys race Saturday at the Capital Cross Country Invitational meet on the Capital High School. Schilter became the only four-time winner of the event, but he’s still looking for his first state title. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Race winner Luke Schilter (3872) of Northwest Christian runs in a crowd early in the senior boys race Saturday at the Capital Cross Country Invitational meet on the Capital High School. Schilter became the only four-time winner of the event, but he’s still looking for his first state title. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

Northwest Christian’s Schilter has one more shot at elusive title

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