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Barnard chooses Georgetown

Arguably Daniel Boone’s most decorated student athlete, Adam Barnard has decided to continue his cross country career next season at Georgetown University.
The Blazer runner and senior class president made his decision official when he signed a national letter of intent at Daniel Boone High School on Nov. 19 amid the company of his family, teammates and coaches.
Barnard was heavily recruited by almost every top cross country program after an illustrious high school career positioned him as one of the top high school runners in the nation.
During his four-year high school career, Barnard guided the Blazers to four straight Big 7 cross country championships and captured three individual conference titles.
He was a two-time region champion and played a part in four state championships, two of which were individual titles.
Barnard’s most recent state titles came earlier this month where he captured the top individual time to guide Boone to their third cross country state championship in school history.
His other state honors include an individual 1600 meter state title in spring of 2014 as well as playing a role in Boone’s improbable relay championship run in the 4×800 in 2013.
Barnard holds seven school records and after his individual state championship on Nov. 1, Boone Athletic Director Danny Good said, “Adam, without a doubt will leave Boone as the most decorated student athlete in school history.”
Before Barnard heads to the nation’s capital to begin the next chapter of his career in 2015, he will finish his career at Daniel Boone with track season in the spring.