Legendary York cross-country coach Joe Newton dies at 88

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York cross-country coach Joe Newton finds out the Dukes won the 2010 Class 3A state title by two points. | Sun-Times

Legendary York cross-country coach Joe Newton died Saturday at his home in Arizona. He was 88.

Newton began teaching at York in 1956 and became the cross-country coach in 1960. He retired in November 2016 after winning 28 state cross-country titles.

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