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County Cross Country Roundup
by H. Lee Smith II
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Corinth

The host Warriors finished fourth among 10 teams in their division of the Corinth Invitational on Saturday. Will Crigger paced the CHS (80-24) effort with a 12th-place showing.

The Lady Warriors (59-19) also finished fourth among eight teams. Emma Knight led the way with a third-place finish.

Both Corinth clubs trailed only Pontotoc among 4A participants.

Boys

12. Will Crigger, 18:12; 14. Morgan Toomer, 18:15; 15. Dennis Dilworth, 18:17; 33. Rosley Smith, 19:07; 34. Reed Pearce, 19:09; 38. Rhett Robinson, 19:27; 40. Sam Holt, 19:39

Girls

3. Emma Knight, 15:36; 13. Yvette Evans, 16:36; 15. Holley Marshall, 16:39; 27. Brianna Scobey, 17:32; 43. Laura Avant, 18:28; 45. Kelsey Fulgham, 18:38; 46. Jacie Hudson, 18:46

Kossuth

The Kossuth High School boys finished their regular season undefeated and boasted five of the top six finishers Saturday in the Class 3A race at the Corinth Invitational.

KHS is ranked top in the state as they head to the divisional meet in Saltillo on Nov. 2.

The Lady Aggies also arose to the challenge and finished in second place. Eighth grader Grace Stanford led her team again, finishing second with a time of 16:26.

Boys

1. Riley McCalla, 17:38; 2. Jordan Mills, 17:41; 4. Nathan Ginn, 18:22; 5. Kevin Ginn, 18:53; 6. Zach Shawl, 19:01; 11. Levi Burcham; 20. Avery Parks, 19:35; 31. Luke Osborn, 20:28



Girls

1. Grace Stanford, 16:26; 4. Makiho Taniguchi, 17:05; 6, Shelbi Barnes, 17:47; 15. Kaylee Bonds, 18:34; 20. Sara Talley, 18:49; 26. Trinity Heavener, 28. Morgan Hodum, 37. Cheyenne Bennett, 43. Taylor Heavener.

Alcorn Central

The Bears finished second, edging out Scotts Hill and the Lady Bears were third at University School Jackson in Jackson, Tenn.

Boys

5. Samuel Holley, 18:35; 8. Trevor Godwin, 18:50; 12. Jakob Carter, 19:42; 16. Luke Holley, 19:54; 17. Blake Burnett, 20:14; 19. Austin Settlemires, 20:24; 30. Brandon Turner, 22:38; 34. Andy Davidson, 22:54

Note: The Golden Bears improved to 40-8 in head-to-head competition. Top 15 finishers earned medals at Tuesday’s meet.

Girls

3. Ashlee Manahan, 23:14; 8. Taylor Derrick, 24:30; 14. Lauren Walker, 25:53; 15. McKenzie Eden, 26:32; 16. Gracie Smith, 26:40; 17. Madison Leggett, 26:53

Note: The Lady Bears mark now stands at 22-18. Top 15 finishers earned medals at Tuesday’s meet.
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