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Cross country dominates final regular season meet

Taking three of the top seven positions, the five-time defending region champion SCHS Lady Gamecock cross country team finished its regular season with an impressive performance on its home course at the Black Creek Scout Reservation on Oct. 18. 

On Wednesday after the Sylvania Telephone press deadline, the Red and White hosted the Region 4AA meet at the scout camp as well. The state meet at Carrollton for Class AA girls will begin at 8:45 a.m. on Nov. 4.

Hosting region foes Westside, A.R. Johnson, Butler, and Glenn Hills along with Burke County and Jenkins County, the Lady Gamecocks of Cindy LeMaster looked like a team on the verge of another region championship.

In fact, according to LeMaster, with Burke and Jenkins taken out of the individual standings, all five runners scoring for SCHS would have been in the top 10.

As always, Katelyn Alvarez, who seems destined for a fourth consecutive individual title was the meet winner at 20:32 with teammate Mary Anne McCord second at 22:49. 

Also gaining points for the team were Destiny Simpson (6th, 24:20); Abigail Stockwell (14th, 26:54); and Kassidee Hutchison (16th, 27:22). 

The latter duo would have been in the top 10 among merely Region 4AA runners. 

In terms of the region foes last week, only Westside, Johnson and Butler had complete seven-runner teams, while Glenn Hills had four girls to run. 

In a meet hosted by SCHS on Oct. 11, Harlem brought a boys team, but only one girl. 

Jefferson County was scheduled to participate last week but was a no show. 

Laney generally brings its girls basketball team to run. As to whether or not they will this year, that was not known as of press time.