Holy Trinity swept the team titles in a cross country meet featuring eight area private schools Wednesday in Beaufort’s Habersham community.
Beaufort High’s Marlon Belden won the boys race, and May River led the local contingent in the team standings at the Wendy’s Invitational cross country race Saturday at Charlotte’s McAlpine Park.
John Paul II’s Noah Brock won the boys race and Hilton Head Christian Academy’s Devon Yarde claimed the girls title in a three-team cross country meet Tuesday in Sea Pines.
A pair of Beaufort High runners notched top-three finishes and May River’s boys finished fifth in the team standings Saturday at the Lowcountry Invitational at Mullet Hall on Johns Island.
May River’s Owen Andrews won the boys race, and the Sharks narrowly missed out on the team title Saturday at the Waccamaw Warrior XC Invitational at Stables Park in Pawleys Island.
Hilton Head High’s girls finished second and the boys were sixth among 32 teams at the Mike Moore Lake Murray Invitational on Saturday at Crooked Creek Park in Chapin.
May River’s boys and Hilton Head High’s girls claimed the team titles, while a pair of Beaufort High runners took the individual crowns at the Beaufort County Cross Country Championships on Saturday.
May River’s Owen Andrews and Emma Peluso claimed individual titles to lead the Sharks to third-place finishes in both the boys and girls divisions Saturday at the Saucony XC Kickoff Classic at Savannah’s Daffin Park.
Hilton Head High standout Sam Gilman set a personal record and established a new state mark for a high school runner with his performance in the one-mile race Saturday at the Music City Distance Carnival in Nashville, Tennessee.
Beaufort High’s track and field teams swept the team titles Saturday at the Marwin Kline Invitational at Whale Branch Early College High School.