Coffee County Does Well at Home Meet on Tuesday

CHS Cross Country runner James Lynn (Photo by Andrea Swift)

CHS Cross Country runner James Lynn (Photo by Andrea Farless)

The Red Raider boys’ cross country team finished 2nd out of 11 teams in their home meet at the Old Stone Fort golf course on Tuesday. James Lynn finished 2nd and Andy Rosson finished 7th out of 116 runners. Coffee County’s Red Raiders finished 2nd on the day behind Warren County.

Final team results were: Warren Co. 61 Coffee Co. 84 Grundy Co. 87 Shelbyville 117 Smyrna 156 Community 168 St. Andrews 174 Blackman 189 Cascade 218 Tullahoma 230 Franklin Co. 259.

The Red Raider thinclads finished as follows (points for the top five used for scoring): James Lynn 2nd Andy Rosson 7th Edgar Marceleno 19th Bradley Kishpaugh 24th Neil Slone 32rd Ben Reid 48th Reuben Chaput 53rd.

CHS Cross Country runners Byanka Woods(in front) and Makenzie(in back) Morgan(Photo by Amie Woods)

CHS Cross Country runners Byanka Woods(in front) and Makenzie Morgan(in back) (Photo by Amie Woods)

For the Lady Raiders, Byanka Woods and Makenzie Morgan finished 11th and 12th, and Jasmine Farrar and Katie Folke finished 31st and 34th out of 54 runners. Team scores for the girls were as follows: Tullahoma 79 Blackman 81 Shelbyville 115 Smyrna 124 Community 150 Franklin Co. 153.

Coffee County, Warren County, St. Andrews, Grundy County, and Cascade did not have enough runners to field complete teams. The Coffee County middle school boys had a strong showing as Larson Meltzer finished 5th and Ethan Welch finished 26th out of 55 runners.  The Red Raider runners travel to Sewanee on Thursday for a 4 PM meet at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee.