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by Charlie Ban October 8, 2018 at 10:49 pm 0

Luke Tewalt leads Jack Leech and Max Greczyn through the third mile of the Glory Days Invitational. Photo: Charlie Ban

Luke Tewalt isn’t the kind of hold back, especially when he has a chance to really be part of a race.

The Washington Latin junior took that opportunity Saturday at the Glory Days Invitational at Clifton’s Bull Run Regional Park, leading W.T. Woodson’s Jack Leech and Bishop O’Connell’s Max Greczyn through the rolling course. For Tewalt, it was a Goldilocks race, not too fast, like the DCXC Invitational a week earlier when he faced off against a Lynchburg area runner with a much faster personal best; and not too slow, like many of the smaller invitationals his charter school team had been racing.

“I don’t mind setting the pace because I’m used to that in a lot of my races, but it was even better to have guys to run with,” he said. “We were all out there pushing each other and it wound up being a really fun race.”

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