“We ran without a few runners Saturday for various reasons, but I was really proud of how the younger kids stepped up and helped out the team,” said coach Dolores Owen.
Benjamin Parker (18:16) finished third overall to lead the Jags. Rounding out the lineup were: Ryan Silvis (PR 19:24) in 10th, Bret Piland (19:29) 11th, Daniel Blake (19:33) in 12th, Johnathan Mitchell (20:09) in 20th, Christian Gray (20:13) in 21st and Jon Eady (20:54) in 29th.
Leading the Lady Jags were: Blair Dunaway (23:31) in eighth and Stephanie Estrada (23:34) in ninth. Rounding out the rest of the lineup were: Alisha Jordan (PR25:17), Emma Johnston (25:33) and McKenzie Dallas (25:52).
“We ran without 2 varsity girls, but I was extremely proud of how Alisha stick Jordan stepped up and had a PR of 25:17,” said Owen.
On the JV boys side, Jess Piland, Kurt Hudson, Will Davis and Johnathan Small all scored PRs. Finishing in the top 20 were: Cornelius Henderson (PR 20:16) in 3rd, Kaleb Holton (21:18) in 14th and Jergevious Glover (PR 21:26) in 16th as well as Rehoboth eighth grader Jacob Parry (PR 21:41) in 22nd.
On the girls JV side, Medal-winner Dallas Wynne finished 10th and had a PR of 27:13. LeAnne Frank finished 11th in 28:12, Hope Lovelady finished 12th in 28:16, Sydney Flatt was 21, Laney Ballard 22, Chlesea Wynne 27th, and Mattie Westbury was 32nd with a PR time.
Spalding, which runs at Wesleyan today in Norcross and at the Last Chance on Oct. 27 in Carrollton, hosts the Region 4-AAAA meet Nov. 1 at SHS.