Cook leads Mavs to 4th place at Eye Opener!

 

Thank you to Sarah Hetzel, Jonathan Morningstar and Susan Hood for the pictures.

Coach Howells photo album of the meet

Mavs boys XC continue to show their strength early in the season!  The boys team placed 4th out of 14 teams competing today! This is the highest placing team for MHS boys XC at Eye Opener in the past 10 years!  Chad Holt led his team in 2005 to a 6th place finish in a time of 16:20 placing 2nd overall. Results are not online prior to 2002. 

Charlie Cook led the Mavs with Marc DeLisle right behind him.  Full results

  4.   110  Mauldin                     (  17:27  1:27:15   0:43)

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  1     14  Charlie Cook           M 11   17:09

  2     15  Marc Delisle           M 11   17:11

  3     19  Noah Labelle           M 11   17:17

  4     29  Sawyer Willingham      M 10   17:46

  5     33  Zach Girvin            M 10   17:52

  6   ( 35) Jeff Sinkele           M 11   17:58

  7   ( 41) Daniel Schepphorst     M 12   18:04

The JV boys team also had a strong showing, placing 5th out of 34 teams!  Zach Marion led the team.  Full results

 

5.   128  Mauldin                     (  19:46  1:38:49   1:33)

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  1      6  Zach Marion            M 8    18:55

  2     14  Teague Jennings        M 10   19:19

  3     26  Jonah Moore            M 10   19:50

  4     38  Ryan Smith             M 8    20:17

  5     44  Riley Morningstar      M 10   20:28

  6   ( 56) Samuel Berry           M 12   20:46

  7   ( 57) Kory Rayburg           M 10   20:48

 

 

Course map

Bus leaves MHS at 6 am  Meet info

Saturday, September 3
8:00 a.m. International Girls limit 10 5K    MAULDIN
8:30 a.m. International Boys limit 10 5K    MAULDIN
9:00 a.m. Championship Girls limit 10 5K
9:30 a.m. Championship Boys limit 10 5K

10:00 a.m. Junior Varsity Girls no limit 5K   MAULDIN
10:30 a.m. Junior Varsity Boys no limit 5K   MAULDIN

 

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