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Results of the Millennium Cross Country Meeting

DOBSON — The Millennium Charter Academy hosted three cross-country meetings at Fisher River Park during the first three weeks of September.

Coverage of the second MCA meeting, held on September 8, was included in the September 10 issue of The News. Although Millennium itself did not attend the second meeting, other local schools such as Mount Airy, Elkin, White Plains Christian School and Surry Homeschool did.

MCA Meeting #1

More than 220 high school students – 123 boys and 98 girls – competed at Fisher River Park on September 1 for the first Millennium Gathering of the year. Middle school races were also held.

The high school boys’ 5,000 meter event featured runners from 18 schools. Teams of at least five runners were eligible for the team competition, where point values ​​were awarded based on their individual placings. The school with the lowest total score was the winner.

Only runners who were part of the team competition received points. As a result, point values ​​do not always correspond to a runner’s result in the entire field.

Mount Airy had the best result of any local in the boys’ competition, finishing sixth out of 12 eligible teams with 167 points. Among Surry County schools, Elkin followed at number 8 with 195 points, followed by Millennium at number 10 with 240 points, and Surry Home Educators at number 11.

George Lawson of Forsyth Country Day won the boys’ race with a 5K time of 17:24.92. Elkins Connor Ball led all local competitors with a time of 18:37.57, good enough for 7th place out of 123 runners.

Results for local runners in the high school boys’ race are listed below. Results are listed by finish, name, class, school and then by 5k time.

7 Connor Ball 12 Elkin 18:37.57

18 Freddy Hernández 9 Mount Airy 19:27.37

19 Caden Ratcliff 11 Mount Airy 19:36.00

20 Drake Parker 10 Forbush 19:46.88

26 Elijah Brown 11 Forbush 20:29.20

33 Lukas Altemuller 9 Elkin 21:08.42

34 Declan Conner 10 Mount Airy 21:09.24

39 Nicholas Johnson 12 Millennium C 21:27.11

40 Jose Pina-Velasquez 11 Forbush 21:28.35

41 Landon Keen 10 Forbush 21:33.43

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43 Ben Branch 9 Millennium C 21:43.32

48 Nathan Luther 9 Surry Home E 21:57.85

51 Ware Fours 10 Mount Airy 22:11.24

56 Mason Day 9 Elkin 22:49.13

57 Andrew Hawks 12 White Plains 23:03.87

61 Isaiah Preslar 10 Forbush 23:20.18

62 Lucas Lankford 9 North Stokes 23:27.06

68 Chance Farmer 10 Forbush 23:43.05 51

69 Trace Boyd 11 White Plains 23:46.76

73 Daniel Shinault 11 Millennium C 24:22.65

77 Nate Banks 9 Forbush 24:55.70

81 Connor Allen 12 Elkin 25:02.03

83 Mannix Pettry 11 Millennium C 25:31.57

84 Rowan Robinson 9 Elkin 25:34.52

87 Elijah Furno 11 Forbush 25:55.16

90 Nathan Hawks 10 White Plains 26:03.07

91 Alex Leiva 10 Mount Airy 26:14.02

92 James Hill 11 White Plains 26:24.66

93 Isaac Richland 9 Surry Home E 26:36.19

95 Noah Richland 9 Surry Home E 26:50.05

99 Lane Reese 10 Millennium C 27:16.18

100 Daniel Bunke 10 Surry Home E 27:16.84

101 Caleb Luther 11 Surry Home E 27:19.52

105 Lucas Sparks 9 Elkin 27:52.54

106 Corbin Bradsher 9 Forbush 27:59.83

107 David Lee Williams 10 North Stokes 28:09.10

108 Hayden Tate 9 Elkin 28:09.59

120 Jordan Kahn 10 North Stokes 32:28.77

At the first MCA meeting, 98 girls from 16 schools competed in the high school girls’ race.

Calvary Baptist Day School won the team competition with 40 points. Mount Airy had the best team finish of any Surry County team by finishing 7th with 170 points. Elkin was next at No. 8 with 195 points, followed by Surry Home Educators at No. 9 with 245 points.

Calvary Baptist’s Anna Edwards won the race in 18:58.93. Brooke Haynes of Mount Airy had the best finish from Surry County with a time of 23:04.89, good enough for 8th place.

Results for local runners in the high school girls’ race are listed below.

8 Brooke Haynes 9 Mount Airy 23:04.89

9 Ragan Spear 11 Elkin 23:10.73

25 Emilee Corn 10 Mount Airy 25:16.62

30 Lindsay Easter 9 Surry Home E 25:40.39

31 Karyme Bueno 12 Mount Airy 26:18.51

38 Katie Furno 9 Forbush 26:47.19

41 Abigail Owenby 9 White Plains 27:10.12

43 Raven Poindexter 12 Elkin 27:13.33

44 Nadalie Bejarano 12 White Plains 27:15.63

50 Alyssa Davis 10 Elkin 27:48.60

65 River Edge 10 Millennium C 29:45.55

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73 Joy Owenby 10 White Plains 31:11.08

74 Mariah Livingston 9 Forbush 31:17.83

75 Carly Greene 11 Forbush 31:23.06

79 Lydia Jarrard 12 Surry Home E 31:38.45

81 Grace Harrison 12 Elkin 31:50.05

84 Carlie Utt 11 Mount Airy 32:09.78

87 Johannah Gray 11 White Plains 33:17.62

90 Alie Gullion 10 Surry Home E 35:03.05

91 Hannah Khuri 11 Mount Airy 35:07.92

93 Maddie Gambill 9 Surry Home E 37:06.77

95 Bella Teague 9 Elkin 37:13.76

98 Helen Hendrickson 9 Surry Home E 44:09.10

MCA Meeting #3

Millennium’s third hosted meetup of the year welcomed more than 213 high schoolers — 124 boys and 93 girls — to compete on September 15 at Fisher River Park. The middle school races preceded the high school races.

18 school runners competed in the boys run. Mount Airy’s Freddy Hernandez landed on the podium this time, taking third place with a time of 18:42.49. Race winner Austin DeGeorge of Central Davidson finished with a 5K time of 18:19.72.

Mount Airy and Surry Homeschool were the only Surry County teams with enough runners to qualify for the boys’ team competition. The Bears were No. 4 with 123 points and the Runnin’ Patriots were No. 9 with 229 points.

Results for local runners in the high school boys’ race are listed below.

3 Freddy Hernandez 9 Mount Airy 18:42.49

16 Kirk Cleary 12 Starmount 20:09.97

19 Declan Conner 10 Mount Airy 20:13.55

24 Isaiah Preslar 10 Forbush 20:27.66

25. Caden Ratcliff 11. Mount Airy 20:31.58

26 Drake Parker 10 Forbush 20:38.35

29 Jose Pina-Velasquez 11 Forbush 20:53.83

30 Ware Fours 10 Mount Airy 20:56.43

33 Landon Keen 10 Forbush 21:16.05

36 Elijah Brown 11 Forbush 21:27.95

40 Steven Hendrickson 11 Surry Home E 21:50.39

41 Jaysen Smith 11 Forbush 21:52.82

42 Praden Hatley 9 East Wilkes 21:53.84

50 Lucas Lankford 9 North Stokes 22:20.58

54 Nicholas Johnson 12 Millennium C 22:38.57

55 Chance Farmer 10 Forbush 22:40.61

57 Daniel Shinault 11 Millennium C 22:44.07

61 Trace Boyd 11 White Plains 22:56.11

62 Nathan Luther 9 Surry Home E 23:03.27

64 Mannix Pettry 11 Millennium C 23:16.07

65 Sam Steinbrügge 9 Surry Home E 23:26.06

67 Nathan Hawks 10 White Plains 23:39.87

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68 Brayn Gabriel-Deleon 11 Forbush 23:46.34

69 Nate Banks 9 Forbush 24:01.42

70 Isaac Richland 9 Surry Home E 24:03.29

78 Alan Lopez 12 East Wilkes 24:38.00

81 Elijah Furno 11 Forbush 24:46.63

85 Alex Leiva 10 Mount Airy 25:05.94

86 Noah Richland 9 Surry Home E 25:06.41

100 James Hill 11 White Plains 26:01.55

102 Corbin Bradsher 9 Forbush 26:10.08

104 Lane Reese 10 Millennium C 26:19.68

105 Caleb Luther 11 Surry Home E 26:24.84

108 David Lee Williams 10 North Stokes 26:47.82

118 Landen Wright 12 Starmount 31:16.50

120 Michah Purdue 10 White Plains 31:43.09

121 Daniel Bunke 10 Surry Home E 33:54.46

At the third MCA meeting, 93 girls from 15 schools competed in the high school girls’ race.

South Iredell won the team competition with a total of 48 points. Mount Airy had the best finish of the Surry County teams in 7th place with 182 points, followed by White Plains in 9th place with 237 points.

Central Davidson’s Jillian Parks won the girls’ race in 20:15.09. Brooke Haynes of Mount Airy was the only Surry County competitor in the top-25, which she achieved by finishing fifth in 21:59.80.

Results for local runners in the high school girls’ race are listed below.

5 Brooke Haynes 9 Mount Airy 21:59.80

25 Abby Hatley 10 East Wilkes 24:40.94

26 Karyme Bueno 12 Mount Airy 24:54.69

28 Lindsay Easter 9 Surry Home E 25:06.44

31 Katie Furno 9 Forbush 25:09.91

42 Mariah Livingston 9 Forbush 27:40.46

45 Nadalie Bejarano 12 White Plains 27:45.81

47 Abigail Owenby 9 White Plains 28:08.82

50 Lydia Jarrard 12 Surry Home E 28:19.60

52 Carly Greene 11 Forbush 28:24.99

53 Ali Arnder 11 Berg Airy 28:26.23

59 Hayden Dowell 9 East Wilkes 28:58.76

62 River Edge 10 Millennium C 29:17.32

66 Cameron Bowman 11 White Plains 29:31.17

67 Grace Avis 10 South Iredell 29:44.28

68 Joy Owenby 10 White Plains 29:51.11

72 Carlie Utt 11 Mount Airy 30:40.96

84 Elizabeth Holbrook 9 Forbush 32:46.94

85 Chloe Andrews 10 East Wilkes 32:57.73

87 Maddie Gambill 9 Surry Home E 33:08.97

88 Hannah Khuri 11 Mount Airy 33:13.68

89 Johannah Gray 11 White Plains 33:35.05

91 Helen Hendrickson 9 Surry Home E 41:10.72



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