Despite being shorthanded, the West Las Vegas boys’ cross country team had a spirited effort in finishing fourth in this past Saturday’s Jemez Valley Invitational.
“Really, we should’ve been first or second, or at least second,” said WLV head coach Leroy “Caro” Armijo. “We were missing one, and that hurt us.”
The Dons’ lead varsity runner, senior Moises Coca, earned an individual runner-up finish, crossing the line in 18 minutes and 49 seconds.
Kevin Villanueva was 12th with a time of 20:01.