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September 12-- The Vidalia Indian Cross Country team traveled to Carrollton, GA for another large and very competitive meet.  The boys placed 9th out of 23 teams taking a loss to two teams in our 2A classification, Jeff Davis and Armuchee. 9 10 18 VHS Cross Country

“This is one tough team that wants to succeed so badly that they have traveled three Saturdays in a row, leaving at 5am to compete in some of the most competitive meets in the state.  This does produce an element of exhaustion for these athletes but they do it every week, putting forth their very best efforts in order to grow and develop into what they want to become individually and as a team.  Not only are the athletes committed to these early morning departures, but their parents have been supportive and involved in this process of development for these young runners. These parents deserve recognition for their loyalty and support.” Coach Mandy Godbee said.

Chason Brogdon was the first finisher for the team placing 24th out of 165 runners.  This is the first time has turned in a time under 20 minutes on this course which happens to be the course for the GHSA State Championship. Cole Register was just behind Chason along with Luke Palmer and Markell Parrish. 

“These guys ran hard and competed with the best in our classification, we still have some work to do and this team doesn't shy away from work. I know they are going to continue to progress and exceed expectations.” Coach Godbee said.  

9 10 18 Daniel HodgesA stand out runner for this meet was freshmen Daniel Hodges(Left). He was the only runner to finish with a personal best time.  While running in the JV race, his time put him in the 5th position and scoring position.

“Daniel is an outstanding runner that shows up everyday ready to work hard.  He has set his sights high and is going after it. He competes very well and I am excited to see what his future holds in store!” Godbee stated.

Coach Godbee said, “Kaitlyn Allen continues to work hard and strive for excellence. Her work ethic and attitude have propelled her to be a leader for our team.  Cross Country is a tough sport Kaitlyn has what it takes to excel.  She is a natural runner and could go far in this sport.”

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