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State champs! XC girls' team 1st, boys' team 6th at NCISAAs

The Hawks have been impressive on the cross country course all season, and their collective hard work paid off at Friday's NCISAA 4A Cross Country Championship. The girls' team earned the program's sixth state title, while the boys' team collected 25 points for Latin in the Wells Fargo Cup with its sixth place finish. 

The girls' team entered the meet under high expectations, coming off of a CISAA conference championship performance, while the boys' team was slightly overlooked in the shadows of state powerhouses Christ School and Cary Academy. Nevertheless, their assignment was the same: Compete as a team and claim as many top-50 spots as possible.  

As stated by the NCISAA, cross country team points are decided by the position each runner attains against other teams. To qualify as a full team you must have at least five runners and no more than seven runners. The first five will score for their team and 6 and 7 will displace. On the girls' side, the Hawks placed all 7 runners in the top 34, and on the boys' side, in the top 57. All-State honors go to the top 11 finishers. Jackson DiRoma and Lucy Ratterree came in 12th in their respective races, narrowly missing joining Mary Cate Kiser (10th) and Helen Hurden (4th) as part of the All-State team. 

Congratulations to the entire cross country team, its coaches, and its supportive parent community on an incredible season!

Girls' Team Scores - Top 10

  1. Charlotte Latin - 70
  2. Charlotte Country Day - 92
  3. Durham Academy - 95
  4. Providence Day - 105
  5. Metrolina Christian Academy - 135
  6. Covenant Day - 149
  7. Cary Academy - 154
  8. Ravenscroft School - 190
  9. Cannon School - 210
  10. Charlotte Christian - 312

Boys' Team Scores - Top 10

  1. Christ School - 36
  2. Cary Academy - 56
  3. Durham Academy - 80
  4. Providence Day - 86
  5. Covenant Day - 157
  6. Charlotte Latin - 164
  7. Charlotte Country Day - 167
  8. Ravenscroft School - 229
  9. Metrolina Christian Academy - 259
  10. Cannon School - 266

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Helen Hurden - 4th 

Mary Cate Kiser - 10th

 

Lucy Ratterree - 12th

Bridget Yu - 20th

Maggie Klingman - 24th

 

Amelia DiRoma - 31st

Claire Mayberry 34th

 

Jackson DiRoma - 12th 

Will Vaughn - 31st

 

Webb Kiser - 34th

William Austin - 42nd

 

Ethan Khouri - 50th

Hampton House - 54th

Jay McCracken - 57th

 

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The boys' 7 NCISAA Championship competitors

The girls' 7 NCISAA Championship competitors