Cross Country

Heritage JV competes at state meet

Despite missing a large group of its eighth-grader runners to the school's interim fall break, The Heritage School JV cross-country program held its own at this year's Class AAA championship meet held last week at Stratford Academy.

The Lady Hawks, who were without No. 1 runner Catherine Hallman, received a tremendous second-place effort from sixth-grader Sovi Wellons with a time of 10:15 on the 1.6 mile course to lead Heritage's girls to a sixthplace finish in team scores.

Host Stratford won the girls meet led by individual winner Emory Sutherland in 9:58.

Other girls finishers for Heritage included Francis Powell (15th), Alice Naughton (43), Jordan Rineer (44), Ivie C. Dean(57), Kendall Stevens(60), and Grace Lyle(103).

While unable to compete as a team, three Hawks runners placed individually led by Eric Brandner's 41st-place effort. Tripp Markel (56th) and Gray Burkhart (86th) also represented Heritage, which was missing eighth-grade runners.

Stratford won the team title while Deerfield-Windsor runner Ethan Merrit captured the individual championship in 9:19.



More Sports

High School Softball

Lady Indians anxious for return to Elite 8

This time last year, East Coweta's softball team had to buy a ticket at the gate of the South Commons Complex if they wanted to attend the E ... Read More


High School Softball

Newnan's 'royal' recovery provides boost

Newnan's softball program could be described as the Kansas City Royals of this week's GHSA Class AAAAAA Elite 8 Tournament, a team that many ... Read More


High School Football

Vikings look to stay on even keel in key subregion game

Northgate's football results in subregion 4A-AAAAA have run the gamut of emotions this season, from an overtime loss against Mundy's Mill, t ... Read More


One ‘Four’ the history books

Lady Indians trying to continue record season

It's been a season that East Coweta volleyball program won't soon forget. The Lady Indians have set a school record for wins, captured Area ... Read More


Young rivalry gaining steam

Playoff impications again at stake between Lions, Hawks

The football rivalry between The Heritage School and Trinity Christian hasn't made it through its first governor's term, let alone a preside ... Read More

High School Volleyball

Trinity sweeps to win fourth straight state title

For the fourth straight year, Trinity Christian head volleyball coach Joe Camp pulled out his lucky green plaid shorts from the bottom of h ... Read More