For the first time since the summer of 2019, cross country teams will have their first normal offseason to train as they prepare for the 2022 season, which starts in September.

Which can be both good and bad. Now that COVID restrictions have mostly been lifted, people are getting back to their normal lives and the summer is supposed to be a time to rest up and be ready to go for the fall.

Sequoia cross country: Ethan Bae

Ethan Bae, shown finishing at the Westmoor Ram Invitational last year, is part of a Sequoia team that is expected to contend for a PAL title and a spot in the state meet.

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