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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.