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Posted: Friday, January 18, 2008 12:00 am

LINCOLN - The state high school cross country meet will stay in Kearney at least for two more years.

The Nebraska School Activities Association Board of Control renewed the agreement to have the meet at the Kerney Country Club after Kearney was the only community to make a bid for the meet at the board's meeting Friday.

Grand Island and Lincoln were on the board meeting's agenda to make competing bids, however, they did not.

The state cross country meet has been run at the Kearney Country Club since 1972.

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