Isabella Copher & Carrie Staviski Earn State Medals
A heavy fog covered central Kentucky, including the Kentucky Horse Park, for the Saturday morning KHSAA Class “A” State XC Championship. The fog was so thick the athletes could not see the first turn from start just 300 meters away.
Sophomore Isabella Copher competing in her first State XC Meet finished in a time of 20:33.31 placing 6th overall and earning a trip to the Awards Stage. Senior Carrie Staviski, running her last high school XC meet, finishing 14th in a time of 21:00.36 and also earned a trip to the Awards Stage. Copher and Staviski were presented State Meet Medals. Junior Abby Henderson finished 35th in a time of 21:52.30. Senior Kristin Riddle completed her high school XC career in Personal Record fashion with a 52nd place finish of 22:14.49. Freshman Amelia Oldfield placed 158th in a time of 24:57.93. Freshman Jaycie Bussell finished with a 26:47.07 in the 185th spot. Sophomore Makayla Blackburn finished 200th in a time of 29:08.26.
Junior Caleb Bowen led the Boys and placed 40th to finish with a 18:03.05. Junior James Overholser was 44th in a time of 18:07.85. Freshman Hunter Middleton crossed the line at 19:03.34 in the 98th position. Sophomore Taylor Purvis was 198th finishing at 20:47.51. Seventh grader Eli Ulery completed his first season in Personal Record fashion with a 24:06.09 in 256th place and Eight grader Rodney Crouch was 263rd with a 27:27.55.
The Girls finished 7th Overall in the State as a Team of the 25 full teams competing leading all teams from Region 7A.
The Girls race included 209 individual athletes.
The Boys were 19th Overall in the State as a Team of the 34 full teams competing.
The Boys race included 264 individual athletes.
Results, Pictures and PR list can be viewed at the Bath County Cross Country facebook page.
See Results Here
“Long May You Run”