TOP RUNNERS of the Warren High boys cross-country team, left to right, Jonathan Rodriguez, Andres Barragan and Benjamin Gonzalez, set the pace for their teammates along the El Dorado Trail earlier this month. The Southern California team has been training in El Dorado County for more than a decade. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene


City harriers trade concrete for foothills

By From page A6 | August 20, 2014

Should the Warren High boys cross-country team reach national prominence this fall, El Dorado County trails, hills, roads — and citizens — get an assist.

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