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After placing third last year, Holy Cross runner Campbell Lee cruised to victory Thursday in the senior boys division at the Southern Ontario Secondary Schools Association cross country championships at Christie Lake Conservation Area in Dundas.
"I felt good," the 17 year old said."It was really nice out there and not as windy so we could go a lot faster."
His plan was to stick with the lead group until the end of the race but that changed mid-race.
"I was feeling realy good and some of the boys seemed to be slowing down so I decided to make my move." Lee said. "It seemed to work out."
It certainly did as he won the race by almost 43 seconds.
The victory gets him one step closer to redemption. Last year, he had a head cold going into the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations chamipionships and had a disappointing result.
"I'm really excited for OFSAA and I feel like I have a really good chance if I stay healthy. I want to have a good race there," the Niagara Olympic Club member said. "I want to medal and it has been a goal of mine
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