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Dobyns-Bennett Claims First In TC's
Inaugural Cross Country Invitational

Originally published: 2012-09-21 11:02:33
Last modified: 2012-09-21 11:04:16

Girls and boys teams from 10 high schools converged on the Tusculum campus Thursday afternoon for the inaugural TC Invitational.

Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett had the best effort on the 5,000 meter (3.1 miles) course, as both the Indians and Lady Indians claimed team titles.

The D-B girls ended up with 35 points, followed by Greeneville (66), Grainger (84), South Greene (100) and Madison (117).

On the boys' side, D-B had six of the top 11 finishers and finished with 32 points. Greeneville came in second (63), followed by Sullivan East (98), Grainger (121) and West Greene (122).

Dobyns-Bennett's Alexa Zimmerman (21:33) won the girls' individual title by edging Greeneville junior Hannah Rhodes by 24 seconds.

Crockett's Carrigan Bishop, Chuckey-Doak's Maddison Melchionna and D-B's Hannah Cutshall rounded out the top five.

Grainger County sophomore won the boys' race in 16:47. Greeneville junior Wesley Pectol finished 23 seconds behind. D-B runners Austin Frye and Carl Oberfeltinge came in third and fourth, while Chuckey-Doak's Simeon Roberts was fifth.

Here are the top runners from each of the local schools that competed.


Greeneville: Hannah Rhodes, 2nd; Coven Braxton, 15th; Sydne Stephens, 19th; Megan Cole 20th; Chelsey Carpenter, 21st; Leigh Ann Blalock, 33rd; Rachelle Wells, 42; Taylor Morelock, 43.

South Greene: Cheyenne Upton, 7th; Katie Brown, 18th; Alissa Furches, 24th; Emily Fuller, 29th; Brittany Vitale, 37th; Sara Furches, 40th; Taylor Starlin, 53.

Chuckey-Doak: Maddison Melchionna, 4th; Crystal Pridemore, 14th.

West Greene: Sierra McIntosh, 16th; Laura Manis, 44th; Melissa Manis, 48th.


Greeneville: Wesley Pectol, 2nd; Atlas Fagundes, 9th; Matthew Bowers, 13th; Wesley King, 15th; Jacob Norris, 25th; Alex Biumi, 26th; Conor Miles, 34th; Ben Simpson, 60th.

West Greene: Dallas Gratz, 18th; Christopher Cole, 20th; Robert Vradenburgh, 24th; Joseph Colby, 29th; John Jones, 36th; Adam Wood, 41st; Charles Wilt, 52nd.

Chuckey-Doak: Simeon Roberts, 5th; Micah Roberts, 43rd; T.J.Tupps, 45th; Linus Evans, 63rd; Zach Dyer, 83rd.

South Greene: Jacob Powers, 70th; Trace Ray, 86th.

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