Socastee third, Krier fifth at state cross country meet

The Socasatee boys posted its best finish in school history with a third-place finish in Saturday’s Class 3A Cross Country Championships, while Billy Krier from rival St. James placed fifth overall individually.

The Braves (146 points) saw Will Caswell (16:44), Austin Poisson (16:46) and Justin Knipper (16:49) cross the finish line of the Sandhills Research Center’s 5K course in 14th, 15th and 16th place, respectively. Freshmen Will Vaught (17:44) was 41st and Nick Koonce (18:02) was 61st to help Socastee finish behind winner Daniel (34) and runner-up Hilton Head (52).

Krier (15:54) repeated last year’s fifth-place showing although he shaved 34 seconds off last year’s time. Teammates Corey Morrison (17:31) was 37th, Corey Falco (18:05) placed 64th, Hunter Brown (18:22) finished 80th and Noah Krechel (19:09) to give the Sharks a 10th-place showing with 307 team points.

The Myrtle Beach boys turned in a 20th-place finish with 499 points, led by freshman Ethan Epstein’s (17:47) 45th-place showing. The young Seahawks saw sophomores Mehrzad Namiranian (18:10) come in 69th and Jimmy Recinos (18:42) finish 100th, eighth-grader Miguel Garcia (19:25) place 127th and freshman John Chambers (20:13) place 158th to set the tone for future success.

The St. James girls (379 points) were the top local finishers in 3A with an 11th-place showing. The Lady Sharks were led by Samantha Cunningham (20:52) in 44th, Kelsey Glover (21:26) in 58th, Karleigh Jones (22:26) in 88th, Natalie Feagin (22:30) in 91st and Nicole Matthews (22:41.72) in 98th place.

Socastee’s girls finish 15th with 400 points. Eighth-graders Crystal Shimer (21:40) was 65th and Jill Dudley¬† (21:46) was 68th, freshmen Rebekka Booth (22:12) was 77th and Lylee Dzieken (22:34) finished 92nd and sophomore Savannah Tolonese (22:42) was 100th to round out the Lady Braves’ scoring.

In Class 4A, Carolina Forest turned in a disappointing 20th-place showing without star senior Dustin Conklin. Robert Reardon (17:19.42) led the Panthers with a 60th-place finish, Stephen Ciaramitaro (17:40) placed 92nd, Charles Daniele (18:17) was 120th, Jesse Patrick (18:22) was 122nd and seventh-grader Michael Pieterse (19:07) placed 133rd for a total of 527 points.

On the bright side for Carolina Forest, Lisa Pieterse (19:36) finished 23rd overall individually. In Class 3A, Myrtle Beach Freshman Madison Tilford (20:36) finished in 39th, followed by North Myrtle Beach’s Drake Jenerette¬† ( 20:37) in 40th.

Photo by Rancier Photography

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