Each Rockmart and Cedartown varsity cross nation groups proceed to push themselves as they get nearer to the tip of the common season later this month.
That work and preparation led each teams to tackle some stiff competitors nearer to house final week as Rockmart’s cross nation staff hosted the second annual Rockmart Invitational at Prospect Valley Golf Course.
Rockmart’s varsity ladies and Cedartown’s varsity boys have been the highest native groups, with the Woman Jackets ending fourth out of seven groups and the Bulldogs taking fourth out of 9. Total, Central-Carroll received the ladies’ race, whereas Armuchee was tops for the boys.
It was the primary time the occasion was held on the Prospect Valley Golf Course, with runners capable of take over about half of the nine-hole course in Rockmart whereas finishing the 5-kilometer race.
Rockmart’s varsity ladies completed with 100 factors as Eisley Pope and Trista Landgren paced the staff. Pope completed 16th general with a time of 24 minutes, 20 seconds, whereas Landgren was shut behind in 17th with a time of 24:54.
Cedartown’s ladies have been led by McKenzie Butler, who completed 31st out of 55 runners. The Woman Bulldogs completed sixth within the staff standings with 180 factors.
Within the boys’ varsity race, Cedartown’s Leo Segura was the highest Polk County finisher as he got here in eighth with a time of 18:29, whereas teammate Britt Baxter was 12th out of 65 runners with a time of 18:45.
Rockmart’s boys have been led by Dalton Sprayberry, who got here in 23rd general with a time of 19:18. Subsequent for the Jackets was Wesley Culberson, who completed 46th general with a time of 21:02.
Within the JV boys race, Cedartown completed first general and have been led by sophomore Dalton Benefield, who completed second general in a time of 19:53, and sophomore Logan Walters, who completed proper behind him in third in 20:03. There have been 61 runners within the race.
The subsequent meet for each Rockmart and Cedartown was scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 13 at four:30 p.m. at Cedartown Excessive Faculty.