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VHS Cross Country Teams Compete At Region 2AA
Tuesday, 30 October 2012
October 30--The VHS Indians placed 4th in the region 2AA cross country meet on Tuesday, 10/30.  The top four teams qualified for the state meet in Carrollton on Saturday, November 10.  Benedictine, Bryan County, and Toombs County placed first through third, respectively.  Each team could run their top seven runners.  Leading the Indians and placing 8th overall was Trace Calloway with a time of 19:18.  Tyler Campbell finished right on Calloway's heels in a time of 19:19, giving him 9th overall as the 2nd Indian runner.  The third place scorer was Robert Petty with a time of 20:43.  Will Harn scored the fourth position in 20:47 and Sterling James scored as the fifth runner in 21:12.  Greg Johnson finished in 21:32 and Michael Joiner finished in 21:42.   Campbell, Harn, and Petty ran their fastest times of the season on a very windy day in Swainsboro. 

     The lady Indians came in 5th, just narrowly missing qualifying for the state meet.  The top 4 teams were St. Vincent's, Toombs County, Bryan County, and McIntosh Academy with Vidalia, 5th, then Metter, and Bacon County.  Long County only had three runners but the first overall female was from Long County.  Abbie Chesser was the first lady Indian to cross the finish line with her best time of the season: 25:07.  Jenna Wheeler was 2nd for the Indians in 25:21.  Abigail Hodges ran 26:48 and scored in the third position, Kimberly Warren ran 26:54 as the fourth scorer, and Maja Mitchell finished the scoring with 28:33.  Carolina Thigpen finished in 29:40 and Katelyn Achenbach finished in 29:53.  Every lady Indian on the team ran her best time of the season in this region competition!

 
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