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Hampton leads NC harriers

Posted: October 1, 2010 10:33 a.m.
Updated: September 29, 2010 10:29 a.m.

It was a good three days for the North Central boys and girls cross country teams last week. It was a good day for both the Camden boys and girls teams, as well.

On Tuesday, the Knights finished second in a three-team meet at Indian Land. On that same day, the Lady Knights scored their first win of the season.

The boys came home second to Indian Land, 23-34. Great Falls was third with 92 points. NC’s Chad Hampton finished first out of 25 runners with a time of 19:45. Teammate and Troy Teal was fifth with a time of 21:55.

The NC girls outdistanced Indian Land, 3-42, with Great Falls taking third with 56 points. Isis Rivera was NC's top finisher as she was in fourth of 18 runners with a time of 32:07. One spot behind her was teammate Allie Inman in fifth with a time of 34:08.

On Thursday, the Knights won a six-team meet which it hosted. North Central’s boys led the way with 30 points followed by Camden (44), The Governor’s School (66), Central (108), Chesterfield (110), and Great Falls (167).

Chad Hampton was first out of 52 runners with a season best time of 18:45. NC’s Christian Henderson was third with a career-best time of 19:39. Teal took fifth at 20:18 while the Knights’ Chris Threat rounded out the top 10 with a time of 21:16.

Camden’s top finisher was Davis Goodrich, who came in fourth place with a time of 19:51. CHS’ Henry DeLoach was sixth at with Bulldog teammates and brothers, Clark and Lucas Joseph, taking seventh and eight places with times of 20:32 and 20:42, respectively.

Also for the Knights, Joseph Sellers and Steven Moize finished with career-best times while Justin Black and Jeremy Fowler had season-best times. For Camden, Joe Maresca, Tucker Smith, Hunt Brunson, Jacob McGowan, Austin Higgins, and Hunter Kirkley were other CHS runners who ran strong for the team.

Camden won the girls half of the meet with 17 points to easily out-distance second-place Chesterfield, which scored 58. NC was third with 63 points. The Governor’s School and Central did not post a team score.

Camden’s Kelly Funderburke placed second behind a Governor’s School runner with a time of 26:30. Brooke Dixon was fourth at 26:30. Other CHS runners that placed in the top 10 were Jazz Devlin, who was fifth with a 26:47 and Abigail McLaughlin. Blythe Neal, Ginny Smith, Henrietta Gantt, and Sarah Farmer also ran strong and helped CHS to win the meet.

Casi Villereal was the top finishing girl for North Central as she was ninth out of 35 runners with a time of 28:58. Rivera, Inman, Stephanie Cole and Lacey Rogers ran to season-best times for Chad Dixon’s girls.


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