Rock Hill boys No. 2 in state cross country rankings

September 17, 2013 

The Rock Hill boys’ cross country squad jumped from No. 8 to No. 2 in the latest Class AAAA state rankings, released Tuesday by SC Milesplit. Northwestern’s boys fell from No. 2 to No. 10, while South Pointe’s girls check in at No. 9 in Class AAAA and Indian Land’s girls No. 10 in Class AA.

Boys

Class AAAA

1. Mauldin

2. Rock Hill

3. Lexington

4. Riverside

5. Spring Valley

6. Wade Hampton

7. Wando

8. TL Hanna

9. Stratford

10. Northwestern

Class AAA

1. Hilton Head

2. Eastside

3. Daniel

4. James Island

5. Blue Ridge

6. Greenvillle

7. AC Flora

8. Travelers Rest

9. Broome

10. Seneca

Class AA

1. Academic Magnet

2. Bishop England

3. Pendleton

4. Waccamaw

5. Pelion

6. Landrum

7. Cheraw

8. Ninety-Six

9. Aynor

10. Wade Hampton (H)

Class A

1. St. Josephs

2. Christ Church

3. Greer Middle College

4. Greenville Tech Charter

5. Brashier Middle College

6. Governor’s School

7. Southside Christian

8. McBee

9. Green Sea Floyd

10. Tamassee Salem

Individual Top-10

1. Zack Langston, Lexington

2. James Quattlebaum, Christ Church

3. Nik O'Brien, N. Augusta

4. Gabe Haughey, Daniel

5. Colton Hennessey, Hilton Head

6. Tony Morales, River Bluff

7. Cisco Ferre, Hilton Head

8. Grant Wilson, Eastside

9. Martin Morrow, Dorman

10. Michael Lantz, Blythewood

Girls

Class AAAA

1. Riverside

2. Wade Hampton

3. Spring Valley

4. Dorman

5. Dutch Fork

6. Wando

7. Irmo

8. Summerville

9. South Pointe

10. T.L. Hanna

Class AAA

1. James Island

2. Hilton Head

3. River Bluff

4. Chapin

5. Eastside

6. Daniel

7. Socastee

8. AC Flora

9. Seneca

10. Greenville

Class AA

1. Bishop England

2. Waccamaw

3. Pelion

4. Landrum

5. Pendleton

6. Academic Magnet

7. Woodland

8. Aynor

9. Ninety Six

10. Indian Land

Class A

1. St. Josephs

2. GMC

3. Southside Christian

4. Christ Church

5. Brashier

6. Governor's School

7. Tamassee-Salem

8. Greenville Tech

9. GreenSea-Floyds

10. Charleston Charter

Individual Top-10

1. Ashbrook Gwinn, Aiken

2. Logan Morris, Spartanburg Christian

3. Lisa Pieterse, Carolina Forest

4. Maryah Nasir, Pinewood Prep

5. Mary Stewart Wilson, James Island

6. Lauren Henderson, Irmo

7. Claudia Cannon, Spring Valley

8. Allie Arsiniega, Riverside

9. Haylee Love, River Bluff

10. Anna Johnson, Dutch Fork

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