The 35th annual Richard Barnhart Invitational cross country meet wasn't held on the Dulaney High campus this year, but that didn’t stop McDonogh’s Dalton Hengst from winning his second consecutive individual Barnhart title on Saturday morning.
The 3.1-mile race was held at the Center for Maryland Agriculture and Farm Park near Oregon Ridge and hosted by Dulaney High and the Baltimore Agricultural Council and co-sponsored by Under Armour.
It was the first race held on the new course, so Hengst’s time of 15:10.1 was a course record.
The senior bested second-place Henrik Anderson (15:44.3), of Mountain View, by over 33 seconds.
Hengst prepared for the new course a day...