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Roadrunners to return to course at Chile Pepper Festival

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SAN ANTONIO — After taking a week off from competition, the UTSA men's cross country team will return to action on Saturday morning when it runs at the 23rd annual Chile Pepper Fesitival in Fayetteville, Ark.

The 10,000-meter race will start at 9:45 a.m. All told, there will be nearly 35 teams and 300 athletes competing.

The Roadrunners saw their three-meet winning streak come to an end two weeks ago at the prestigious Cowboys Jamoree, but UTSA still was able to record a solid showing with a 10th-place performance.

Leading the way was senior Albert Cardenas, who ran the 8,000-meter OSU Cross Country Course in 24:40.21, and that was good for 21st place in 324-man field.

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