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Itís a clean sweep for Webb in Division II-A state meet
CAK girls finish sixth in Class A/AA state


With five boys earning All-state and five girls among the top 20 field, Webb School of Knoxville took home state cross country honors in both genders.

Led by junior Natalie Ritchieís runner-up performance (20:08.48), the Lady Spartans edged No. 2 St. Cecilia 50 versus 57 to win the Division II-A Girls State Meet championship at Percy Warner Steeplechase Park in Nashville, Saturday, Nov. 6.

For the state champion Webb boys, winning 36 to 79 versus No. 2 Harding Academy, senior Tye Thompson took third (17:26.52), freshman Andrew Robinson was fourth (17:31.87) and freshman Elliott Baerman was fifth (17:42.39).


Also All-state were freshman Andrew Furr-Foster, 13th, (18:13.89), and senior John Goodwin 15th (18:20.76).

Meanwhile, Christian Academy of Knoxvilleís girls finished sixth in the Class A/AA state meet (more later in this story).

Other Webb girls earning All-state honors were 10th-place senior Andrea Dooley (21:25.33) and junior Ishi Keenum taking 14th (21:44.22). Taylor Odendíhal, a junior, finished 17th (21:49.42), followed by senior Meg Carter taking 18th (21:57.75), junior Laura Ivy (55th) and sophomore Claire Bonnyman (58th).

Webb boys also contributing were sophomore Townes Bouchard-Dean, 19th (18:32.93) and Nick Rader finishing 22nd.

CAKís Lady Warriors, coming off a region championship, were led at state by senior Abby Holtís 21st-place finish (21:36.23).

Senior Allison Burg took 25th, followed by freshman Emily Berry (46th) and eighth-grader Ashlyne Page (47th).

CAKís boys, meanwhile, finished runner-up in region and were led by Clayton Odell, Blake Brasher and Chris Mills.

 

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