Marietta’s boys won the Carrollton Orthopedic Invitational with 82 points, besting Leon (Fla.)’s 90 points. Peachtree Ridge had 156 points, Mill Creek took fourth with 160, edging Holy Trinity Academy (Fla.)’s 161.
Winter Park (Fla.) won the girls race with 95 points, just ahead of Northview’s 97. Holy Trinity Academy came in third with 118 points and Landmark Christian took fourth with 166 points. West Forsyth took fifth place with 172 points.
Northview’s Lindsay Billings won the girls race with a time of 18:32.04 while Landmark Christian’s Kathryn Foreman came in third in a time of 19:32.17.
The boys race was won by Mountain View’s Tyler Barber in 17:26.54. Second place went to Chance Roe of Lowndes in 17:55.78.
The Whitewater boys won the Sandy Creek Fall Classic Saturday in Tyrone. McIntosh came in second with 71 points, well behind the Wildcats’ 34. Sandy Creek (73), Northgate (132) and Morrow (135) rounded out the top five in the boys race.
Whitewater’s Parker Nail won the race with a time of 16.51.59 ahead of runner-up Jaison Morning of Cass, who finished the race in 16:57.22.
McIntosh won the girls race in Tyrone with 29 points while Harrison took second with 81. Northgate came in third, just behind the Hoyas with 88 points. Whitewater totaled 101 points and Fayette County took 142.
Cass’s Jana Morning won the race with a time of 20:35.94 while Alyssa LeClaire took second in 20:48.32.
On Tuesday at Jefferson, Gainesville won the Jefferson 12th Annual Mainstreet News Meet while Johnson-Gainesville won the girls event. Chestatee took second in the girls race and was followed by Athens Christian and Jefferson while Gainesville came in fifth. Chestatee came in second in the boys race just ahead of third-place Jefferson and fourth-place Lakeview Academy. Johnson-Gainesville took fifth place.
Juan Ortega of Gainesville won the race in 17:41.50 while Lewis Brooks of Lakeview Academy came in second at 18:01.28. Jack Carnes of Chestatee took third place.
Lindsay Grater of Chestatee captured the girls race with a time of 22:04.59 while Evelin Avitia came in second with a time of 22:29.18. Tanner Guest of Athens Christian took third in 22:45.42.
Wesleyan hosted 10 schools in its home meet on Saturday and came away with first place in the girls meet and second in the boys meet. Dawson County won the boys meet with 85 points, edging Wesleyan’s 87, which was tied with Spalding. Holy Innocents’ came in fourth, right on the heels of the top three, with 88 points.
While the boys race was tight at the top, Wesleyan convincingly won the girls meet with 39 points to Holy Innocents’ 54. Collins Hill was a distant third place with 91 points. Athens Academy took fourth with 95.
Wesleyan girls took first and second place in the race as Jordan Zimmerman won it with a time of 21:03.97 and Ellie Bradach came in second with 22:13.38. Will Maetin of First Presbyterian won the boys race in 18:06.71 ahead of runner-up Ben Davies of Holy Innocents’, who put in a time of 18:18.55.
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