Cross Country Shows Well in Big Meet at Deerfield-Windsor
The cross-country team had its third team event of the year this weekend hosted by Deerfield school in Albany Georgia, this was one of our biggest events of the year with over 15 teams present from around the state of Georgia. Read more...
The cross-country team had its third team event of the year this weekend hosted by Deerfield school in Albany Georgia, this was one of our biggest events of the year with over 15 teams present from around the state of Georgia.
The varsity boys were led by 12th grader Noah Owens who finished with a personal best time of the year 20.31 and earning Owens a 58th place finish out of 200 runners. Wyatt Whitfield and Trenton Newman followed Owens both with competitive runs.
The varsity Girls also had some strong runs, 10th grader Isabella Grayson finished first for the Warriors with a time of 26:15 earning Grayson a 48th place finish out of 134 runners. Grayson was followed by teammate Caroline Elkins who finished in 57th place with a time of 27.30.
Middle School 3K
Middle school boys were led by 8th grader Jack Saussy who had another great weekend and the highest place finish of the year for the Warriors, finishing in 4th place with a time of 11.37, Saussy was followed by Will Porter who finished 9th out of 196 runners with a time of 11.51 in his first run of the year. The Warriors had two top ten finishes an outstanding achievement against very tough opposition.
Middle school girls were led by 6th grader Wilson Young who finished with a time of 15.00 earning Young a 25th place finish and another very strong run. Young was followed by teammate Dana Pollock who finished with a time of 17.16 and a 67th place finish our of 105 runners.
Coach Foy had this to say about the weekend:
“This weekend was a big event to compete in and one where our runners could have easily got overwhelmed, but in true Warriors fashion they did not let the size of the event get to them and competed with some of the biggest public and private schools across the state of Georgia. Many of our runners today had great times and with two top ten finishes I could not be prouder of this group of runners. We are excited to be in Thomasville next week for our Annual Pink Run at Archbold Hospital”
Located in Thomasville, GA, Brookwood School is a private school for grades JK-12. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.