XC season concludes

Posted 11/7/18

Cleveland standout Ryan Lovelace has a strong finish to build on. Running with a good pace and endurance, the freshman Blue Raider placed 50th overall at the Division I Large TSSAA state …

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XC season concludes

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Cleveland standout Ryan Lovelace has a strong finish to build on. 

Running with a good pace and endurance, the freshman Blue Raider placed 50th overall at the Division I Large TSSAA state championship cross country meet with a 17:14.63 mark in the 3.1 mile race.

CHS senior leader Cole Millard placed 75th overall with a time of 17:29.14 in the 5K race, which consisted of more than 200 runners at Percy Warner Park in Nashville on Saturday.

Bradley County sent 15 runners in total to compete in the  boys and girls "Division I Large" championships, as classified by the TSSAA.

The Cleveland boys were represented as a team, along with the Walker Valley girls, who finished 19th and 23rd in the team standings, respectively.

Local finishers on the boys' side included Bradley Central's Jacob Garrett (125th, 18:04) along with Cleveland's Cole Shiffer (139th; 18:12), Chris Belew (166th, 19:12), Joseph Brown (181st, 19:43) and Lex Morrow (193rd, 21:02).

Lady Mustang sophomore Ashley Eulo finished 109th overall with a time of 21:56.

Other local participants included Cleveland's Emily Rominger (152nd, 23:23) alone with Walker Valley runners Sydney Judd (153rd, 23:28), Kaylee Parkison (156th, 23:34), Macy Gibson (174th, 24:22), Angie Torres (178th, 24:27), Caroline Saunders (193rd, 29:58) and Makenzie White (194th, 30:54).

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