The Indian Land Cross Country team competed at the Lancaster home meet on Tuesday September 22nd. The boy’s team placed fourth out of seven teams with sixty-eight points. Catawba Ridge won the meet with 35 points, second Andrew Jackson 54 points, third Lancaster sixty-six points, Indian Land sixty-eight, fifth Camden 148 points, sixth Great Falls 169 points, and seventh Buford with 197 points.
The warrior girls’ team placed second out of five teams with thirty-four points. Catawba Ridge won the meet with twenty-five points. Andrew Jackson was third ninety-seven points, fourth Camden with 98 points and fifth Buford with 139 points
Leading the boy’s team was sophomore Jaxon Barringer who placed seventh overall with a season best time of 19:27. David Pohlheber placed eighth with a time of 19:42. Brian Adams 20:15, Liam Bayley 21:38, Ben Carroll 21:47, Felix Gonzalez 23:27, and Jose Bravo 23:35 also competed for the team
Leading the lady warriors was freshman Olivia Morales who placed second overall with a time of 22:55. Finishing third was Rachel Graham with a time of 23:07. Mattie-Baile Tripp sixth overall 24:26, Caprielle Terry finished tenth 25:13. Lauren Sizemore 26:12, Anna Urquhart 27:03, Ally Basik 27:13 also competed for the team.
Leading the team in the junior varsity race was senior Alexander Krull who finished with a time of 22:50. Kohen Redmond 23:43, Simon Cherry 26:12, Ivan Mercado 30:15, and Chase Hullinger 34:27 also competed in the junior varsity race.
Leading the lady warriors in the junior varsity race was eighth grader Isabella Kiger who finished with a time of 27:29. Madelyn Little 34:31, and Kaylyn Bauder 40:27 also competed for the team.
The warrior’s next race is the Darlington XC Carnival on Saturday, October 3rd. The meet is held at Darlington Middle school.