May River’s boys captured their first state championship with a dominant performance at the Class 3A Cross Country State Championships on Tuesday in Camden.
Hilton Head High’s girls raced to a state title, and the Seahawk boys finished third Tuesday at the Class 4A Cross Country State Championships in Camden.
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May River’s girls finished second behind powerhouse Waccamaw in the Class 3A Lower State cross country qualifier Saturday in Darlington.
May River’s boys won the team title and Owen Andrews captured the individual crown in the Class 3A Lower State cross country qualifier Saturday in Darlington.
Beaufort County runners claimed the top four places, and three local teams qualified for the state championships at the Class 4A Lower State girls cross country qualifier Saturday in Darlington.
Beaufort High had the top three finishers, but Hilton Head High’s boys claimed the team title in the Class 4A Lower State cross country qualifier Saturday in Darlington.
Holy Trinity Classical Christian School swept the SCISA 1A team titles Saturday at the SCISA Cross Country State Championships at Heathwood Hall in Columbia.
May River’s boys cross country team won the team title and Beaufort High’s Marlon Belden just missed out on the individual crown Saturday at the Cici’s Derby in Camden.
Hilton Head High’s cross country teams swept the Region 7-4A titles in dominant fashion Saturday.