NMB girls run 10th in state; MB, SJ boys close behind

nmbxc-teamThe North Myrtle Beach girls earned a top-10 finish at Saturday’s SCHSL Cross Country Championships, and the Myrtle Beach and St. James boys squads were close behind in the Class 4A meet at the Sandhills Research Center.

North Myrtle Beach’s Wilson Jenerette finished 23rd with a time of 20:13, and teammate Breeauna Spickler (20:40) was close behind in 29th to lead the Lady Chiefs to a 10th-place finish. Teammates Havana Charles (22:10) was 61st, Emily Worsham (22:14) placed 64th, and seventh-grader Macy Werner (22:22) placed 71st to round out the scoring for North Myrtle Beach. Sophomores Taylor Monahan (22:25) was 75th and Krista Drozdowski finished 103rd. All seven runners return next season.

In Class 4A boys, Myrtle Beach freshman Tyler Flannelly (17:08) finished 21st to lead the Seahawks to an 11th-place team showing. Teammates Michael Garcia (18:20) was 64th, Curt Caudle (18:25) finished 70th, Nestor Llanot (18:42) placed 81st, and Christopher Chapman (18:48) was 85th to round out the Seahawks’ scoring. Myrtle Beach’s Tanner Dunn (20:01) finished 140th, and Cameron Friend (20:46) finished 148th.

St. James finished 13th in the team standings, as Nolan Fuss (17:29) finished 34th, Ryan Hughes (17:45) was 42nd, and Christopher Young (17:57) placed 5oth for three top-50 finishers, Teammates Caden Martinez (19:20) and Corey Justice (19:21) were 116th and 118th, respectively, to round out the scoring for the Sharks. Deep Patel (19:26) and Brandon Mitchell (19:54) also ran for the Sharks.

In Class 5A boys, Carolina Forest’s Michael Pieterse (16:35) closed his high school career with a 19th-place finish, and Socastee seniors Keahi Mendoza (16:55), Nick Lefever (17:12) and Elijah Lawson (17:17) took 41st, 57th and 60th place, respectively. In Class 5A girls, Conway junior Kenia Smith (20:55) finished in 55th place.

Photo courtesy of NMBHS Athletics

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