HENDERSONVILLE — For the second-straight year, Marshall County and Forrest High Schools were represented in the Class A-AA state cross country meet.In the girls’ race on Thursday …
HENDERSONVILLE — For the second-straight year, Marshall County and Forrest High Schools were represented in the Class A-AA state cross country meet.
In the girls’ race on Thursday afternoon, the Marshall County Tigerettes qualified as a team, while Forrest was represented by Jaedyn Stalnecker.
Stalnecker turned in a 21:49 time in her final race with the Forrest, which was good enough for a 32nd overall finish in the race.
Kendall Adams was the top finisher for the Tigerettes and crossed the finish line in 22:56.
Junior Kamaria Johnson wasn’t far behind, finishing her race in 23:26, while sophomore Karlie Lohr turned in a 24:20 final time.
Olympia Cathey and Alicia Ward Basabe finished back-to-back, with Cathey just edging out the dual down the stretch with a 25:45 finish time, while Basabe finished in 25:46.
As a team, the Tigerettes finished 16th out of 30 teams that participated in the meet.
Aydan Cook also earned a berth as an individual for the Tigers and ran a 20:08 in his final race of the season.
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