HS XC: Holy Trinity Girls Claim 2nd Straight SCISA 1A Title, Boys 2nd

Two seasons of varsity competition, two state championships for Holy Trinity Classical Christian School’s girls cross country team.

The Lions won the SCISA Class 1A girls cross country title for the second straight year as Mills Langehans captured her second straight individual crown Saturday at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School in Columbia.

Holy Trinity’s boys finished second, two points behind Covenant Christian. Beaufort Academy was seventh in the boys standings and had four girls compete – one fewer than the minimum to post a team score.

Langehans, a ninth-grader, ran away from the pack to finish the 5K race in 20:20 – a full 2:37 ahead of the runner-up. Izzy Hipple (24:09) and Virginia Brunson (25:12) also posted top-10 finishes for the Lions, and Beaufort Academy’s Maeve Kalady was fifth in 23:35.

In the boys race, Logan Lawson finished in 18:23 to lead the Lions with a third-place finish, while Luke Greene (19:16) was eighth.

SCISA 1A Girls

Holy Trinity: 1. Mills Langehans 20:20; 7. Izzy Hipple 24:09; 9. Virginia Brunson 25:12; 17. Bella Carte 26:51; 18. Eliza Solomons 26:53; 19. Hannah Reedy 27:14; 31. Abby Carte 30:09.

Beaufort Academy: 5. Maeve Kalady 23:35; 24. Caroline Patterson 28:40; 26. Alyssa Lewis 28:43; 30. Emma Grace Dinkins 29:51.

SCISA 1A Boys

Holy Trinity: 3. Logan Lawson 18:23; 8. Luke Greene 19:16; 12. Addison Wilson 19:51; 23. Parker Smith 20:53; 25. Ethan Marquardt 21:04; 28. Rich Gooding 21:45; 48. Ruben Pena 23:07.

Beaufort Academy: 15. Jack Carter Worrell 20:18; 46. Nigel Bell 22:58; 47. Andrew Alicknavitch 23:00; 60. Joseph Patterson 24:55; 61. Ashton Bell 24:56; 65. Kevin Rogers 26:32; 66. Alex Roberts 26:32.

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