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Boys fall, girls topple Park View in cross country

SoVaNow.com / September 02, 2019
Halifax County High School boys’ and girls’ cross country split a home meet with Park View Thursday.

The boys lost to the Dragons, 27-31.

“Overall Coach Saunders and I were pleased. Edmunds Park is a tough course and many of our runners had better times this week than last on a flatter course. I think many of our runners got their first meet jitters out last week and we saw them relax more this week,” said coach David Riddle.

“Times were much better on both the guys and girls side. We had people knocking as much as 3-5 minutes off from last week. They are starting to get a feel for where they need to be and what we need to do to get this team back to where it was a few years back,” said Riddle.

Boys

Park View 27 HC 31

-1. Jacob Fadool PV 18:12

HC

2. Drew Salley 19:12

5. Chase Powell 21:12

7. J.T Francis 21:47

8. Nick Harris 22:17

9. Nate Comer 22:43

10. Trevor Riddle 23:27

11. Alex Driggs 23:34

12. Cale Newton 23:35

14. Kelly Featherston 24:10

16. Andrew Hansen 25:22

18. Luke Redd 26:18



Girls

HC wins PV no score

1. Lydia Wenzel 25:41

2. Abby Casen 27:32

3. Mallory Salley 28:14

5. Morgan Crenshaw 30:32

6. Jaci Parham 31:08

7. Hailey Howard 31:13

8. Maci Henderson 32:20

9. Jenna Hall 32:36

10. Mia Lewis 34:48

11. Ashley Irby 35:35

13. Emma Shepherd 37:11 (middle school)

14. Susanna Watts 35:55

15. Cheyenne McElroy 38:51

16. Jamie Shelton 42:56





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