HHS long distance runner wins Oak Alley race

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Bryce Robinson, center, poses with his award for winning the Reveille at Oak Alley 5K.
Bryce Robinson, center, poses with his award for winning the Reveille at Oak Alley 5K.
Hahnville cross country star Bryce Robinson left the competition in the dust at the Reveille at Oak Alley 5K on Saturday, finishing in first place.

Robinson ran through the course in a time of 16:21.6. His winning time was more than two minutes faster than the second place finisher. Robinson, 17, was also the only teen to place in the top five at the event.




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