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Members of the Letcher County Central High School girls’ varsity cross country team posed for a photo after The Beast of the East competition. They are (back row, from left) Angelina Gose, Amber Crawford, (front row, from left) Leanna Bryant, Kesiba Balthis, Ally Damron, Endia Lillie and Briana Cates.

Members of the Letcher County Central High School girls’ varsity cross country team posed for a photo after The Beast of the East competition. They are (back row, from left) Angelina Gose, Amber Crawford, (front row, from left) Leanna Bryant, Kesiba Balthis, Ally Damron, Endia Lillie and Briana Cates.

The Letcher County Central High School boys’ and girls’ cross country teams competed in the Southern Harrier Classic in Somerset on Saturday (Sept. 15). It proved to be another successful meet for the teams.

The boys’ varsity team placed second overall. Junior Chase Cates placed ninth with a time of 18:18; senior Austin Bolling placed 14th with a time of 18:23; senior Nick Boggs placed 17th with a time of 18:38; junior Dylan Burton placed 29th with a time of 19:37; sophomore Trevor Wayne placed 31st with a time of 19:42, and senior Trevor Napier placed 34th with a time of 19:54.

The girls’ varsity team placed sixth overall. Freshman

Ally Damron placed 26th with a time of 24:27; junior Leanna Bryant placed 29th with a time of 25:01; junior Keisha Balthis placed 32nd with a time of 25:18; sophomore Amber Crawford placed 40th with a time of 26:29; and senior Briana Cates placed 50th with a time of 28:12.

The junior varsity boys’ team placed second overall. Freshman Judson Collins placed eighth with a time of 22:14; freshman Andrew Back placed ninth with a time of 23:05; freshman Michael Billiter placed 15th with a time of 24:03; sophomore Luke Potter placed 17th with a time of 24:03; and freshman Blake Watts placed 21st with a time of 27:08.

The LCCHS boys’ varsity team was also caught on camera after The Beast of the East cross country competition at Owsley County High School. Members of the meet-winning team are (from left) Trevor Napier, Judson Collins, Austin Bolling, Chase Cates, Dylan Burton, Nick Boggs, Trevor Wayne and Anthony Collins

The LCCHS boys’ varsity team was also caught on camera after The Beast of the East cross country competition at Owsley County High School. Members of the meet-winning team are (from left) Trevor Napier, Judson Collins, Austin Bolling, Chase Cates, Dylan Burton, Nick Boggs, Trevor Wayne and Anthony Collins

The junior varsity girls’ team results were as follows: Freshman Megan Cornett 29th with a time of 30:23; junior Endia Lillie 30th with a time of 30:48; freshman Tessa Stewart 35th with a time of 32:08; sophomore Miranda Stewart with a time of 32:53; freshman Raven Adams 39th with a time of 33:17; and sophomore Linsey Bentley with a time of 36:03.

On Sept. 8, the LCCHS cross country teams competed in The Beast of the East competition held at Owsley County. The boys placed first overall with five runners placing in the top 20.

Sophomore Chase Cates placed sixth with a time of 18:03; Senior Austin Bolling placed seventh with a time 18:14; junior Dylan Burton placed 19th with a time of 19:30; sophomore Trevor Wayne placed 26th with a time of 20:02; senior Trevor Napier placed 27th with a time of 20:02, and freshman Judson Collins placed 48th with a time of 21:46

The girls placed third overall with junior Leanna Bryant placing seventh with a time of 23:46. Junior Keisha Balthis placed 16th with a time of 24:44; sophomore Amber Crawford placed 18th with a time of 25:06; senior Briana Cates placed 25th with a time of 26:55; freshman Tessa Stewart placed 41st with a time of 29:40; sophomore Endia Lillie placed 51st with a time of 31:15, and Angelina Gose placed 52nd with a time of 31:16.


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