High school boys cross country numbers in the region are down at many schools this season except for powerhouse programs like Valparaiso, Chesterton, Crown Point and Lake Central.
Landon Davison was Valparaiso's second finisher in last year's state meet, placing 57th. He and the Vikings are back in Terre Haute for today's finals.
Landon Davison juggles a busy calendar with cross country running. The Valparaiso senior is part of the Vikings' lineup for today's state finals in Terre Haute.
Landon Davison spent his freshman year in Bogota as an exchange student. He was a Boy Scout summer camp counselor after his sophomore year and spent a month on a cattle ranch in South Dakota last summer.
Landon Davison finished 10th in the New Prairie Semistate, helping Valparaiso to the team title. Davison and the Vikings will run in the state finals today in Terre Haute.
Valparaiso's Andrew Lyp stretches out before practice. The senior will compete in his first state cross country meet on Saturday in Terre Haute. Lyp played soccer the previous three years.
Valparaiso's Andrew Lyp switched from boys soccer to cross country this season. He will help lead the Vikings into Saturday's state meet.
Valparaiso's Andrew Lyp will compete in his first state boys cross country meet in Saturday. The Vikings' senior played soccer the previous three years before making the switch.
Valparaiso's Andrew Lyp has found an easy transition from soccer to cross country. The change in mind and body will help the senior as he competes in his first state meet on Saturday in Terre Haute.
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