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Bulldog sets personal best in cross country

Published 8:35pm Saturday, October 13, 2012

King’s Fork High School’s Miguel Ramos broke a personal record again to lead the school’s boys’ cross-country team to a ninth-place finish in week four’s Southeastern District meet on Thursday.

Nansemond River High School bested King’s Fork and Lakeland for the best finish of the Suffolk teams. The Warriors took eighth place, and the Cavaliers took 10th.

Scores for the boys’ meet were as follows:

1. Hickory (33)

2. Grassfield (42)

3. Oscar Smith (95)

4. Indian River (129)

5. Deep Creek (154)

6. Great Bridge (160)

7. Western Branch (175)

8. Nansemond River (176)

9. King’s Fork (262)

10. Lakeland (291)

Individual scores contributing to Nansemond River’s total were as follows: Tyus Joyner, 27; Austin Heyman, 29; Airrin Davis, 35; Benjamin Basilio, 39; and Sydney Johnson, 46.

Individual scores contributing to King’s Fork’s total were as follows: Miguel Ramos, 16; Maurice Huff, 59; Connor Lawson, 60; Brandon Allen, 62; and Carr Darion, 65.

Individual scores contributing to Lakeland’s total were as follows: Jake Crowell, 41; Jeremy Hill, 55; Dylan Ayers, 63; Tristan Bucker, 64; and Ryan Dudley, 68.

 

In the girls’ cross-country meet, Nansemond River placed sixth out of the eight schools fielding teams. King’s Fork placed seventh. Lakeland High School did not field a girls’ team.

Scores for the girls’ meet were as follows:

1. Grassfield (27)

2. Hickory (31)

3. Deep Creek (110)

4. Oscar Smith (134)

5. Western Branch (137)

6. Nansemond River (152)

7. King’s Fork (190)

8. Indian River (201)

Individual scores contributing to Nansemond River’s total were as follows: Kara Dixon, 11; Courtney James, 30; Michaela Banks, 35; Kendall Webter, 36; and Haley Maddrey, 40.

Individual scores contributing to King’s Fork’s total were as follows: Jackalyn Knight, 21; Julia Knight, 37; Courtney Ricks, 41; Danielle Hill, 43; and Julia Moretz, 48.

 

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