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The Cedar­town cross coun­try boys are now ranked 18th in the state ac­cord­ing to their coach fol­low­ing an­other week and week­end of run­ning.

"We had two suc­cess­ful meets this past week," said head coach Kris­ten Lit­tle. "We had a home meet on Septem­ber 27th where the Cedar­town Var­sity boys placed 2nd, one point be­hind Ar­muchee with 33 points."

Ja­son Blanken­ship won the race with a time of 18:22, shortly be­hind him was Eli­jah Pace with a time of 18:33, fin­ish­ing sec­ond. Var­sity girls placed 3rd out of 6 teams. Our sec­ond meet was held at Dar­ling­ton on Oc­to­ber 1st. The boys var­sity fin­ished 13th out of 30 teams, beat­ing a com­peti­tor of our re­gion Chapel Hill."

Ja­son Blanken­ship re­ceived a medal fin­ish­ing in 16th place with a time of 17:22.

Cedar­town's top girl fin­isher was Holly Dun­can with a time of 25:15, a per­sonal best.

"We had sev­eral per­sonal records in the JV race as well," said Lit­tle.

Cedar­town's next meet was on Oct. 4 af­ter press time at Dellinger Park in Cartersville.

Cedar­town’s Ja­son Blak­ne­ship con­tin­ues pick­ing up medals in races in the re­gion.

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