NGAC XC

Walker County Messenger - - Sports -

Ridge (164), Lake­view (223) and Rossville (300). It was the 11th NGAC cross coun­try ti­tle for the Heritage boys.

On the girls’ side, Anna Bal­lard of Dade County crossed the line first, clock­ing in at 12:45. The trio of Carol Anne Gran­namore (13:36), Emily Woody (13:37) and Gra­cie Mur­ray (13:40) took se­cond, third and fourth for Heritage, while Dade’s Madi McMa­han (13:55) was fifth.

The rest of the top 10 was filled out by Lake­view’s Katie Bono (13:57), Sad­dle Ridge’s Haynie Gil­strap (14:10), Heritage’s Emma Ten­nyson (14:11), Rossville’s Is­abelle McGill (14:28) and Heritage’s Kalei Howard (14:50).

In the girls’ team stand­ings, Heritage amassed 27 points, fol­lowed by Dade County (52), Sad­dle Ridge (109), Ring­gold (134) and Rossville (171). LaFayette and Lake­view did not have enough run­ners to qual­ify for the team score. It was the 13th all-time NGAC cross coun­try cham­pi­onship for the Lady Gen­er­als.

“They did a great job to­day and they’ve done a great job all year,” Bradley said of his squads. “They’ve been very com­pet­i­tive in ev­ery meet they’ve been in this sea­son. I’m proud of the way they went out and bat­tled and how they han­dled them­selves on the course.”

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