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Roster

  • Mary Barnes
    2024
    Raleigh, NC
  • Isaac Bostic
    2023
  • Griffin Chesson
    2025
    Raleigh, NC
  • Walker Coley
    2025
    Holly Springs, NC
  • Abigail Drummond
    2024
  • John Thatcher Garrison
    2025
  • Brady Hubbard
    2024
    Raleigh, NC
  • Hunter Hueman
    2024
  • Michaela Kimbrough
    2023
    Cary, NC
  • Gunnar Kratz
    2024
    Creedmoor, NC
  • Thor Kratz
    2025
    Creedmoor, NC
  • Hutchison Marshall
    2025
  • Laura Martin
    2023
  • Jefferson McMahon
    2025
    Raleigh, NC
  • Bennett Phillips
    2024
    Cary, NC
  • John Thagard
    2025
    Raleigh, NC
  • John Wells
    2023
  • Taylor Winstead
    2024
    Raleigh, NC

Coaches

Team Stories

Martin Takes 1st

The middle school boys cross country team finished third and the girls fourth in Tuesday’s meet in Wendell. 8thgrader Laura Martin won the girls race, covering the 1.6-mile course in 10:41.4, a full 13 seconds ahead of the second place finisher from Cary Academy. "Besides her talent in running, Laura leads the team in excellence of character," said coach Caitie Anderson. "Her dedication and leadership continue to shine. Overall, our team is improving as greater effort has led to better times and finishes." Elizabeth Barnes was 13thand Bennet Philp took 15thfor SDS. NRCA won the girls race with Trinity of Raleigh second and Cary Academy third. John Thagard led the Warriors boys with a ninth place finish. Cary Academy won the boys race with NRCA second. 

MS XC Results

Both Warriors middle school cross-country teams took seventh place in Thursday’s meet at Bond Park in Cary. Laura Martin finished third to lead the girls and John Thagard paced the boys with a seventh place finish over the 1.8 mile course. “We dealt with the heat, twisted ankles and cramps pretty well,” said coach Caitie Anderson. “We persevered and competed well.” 

MS XC Runs First Race

The middle school boys and girls cross country teams opened the season at Ravenscroft Thursday. The girls tied with the hosts for second place behind St. Timothy’s. Laura Martin won the girls race, covering the 1.86-mile (3k) course in 10:51, 20 seconds faster than the second place runner. Elizabeth Barnes finished sixth. The boys finished third behind the Ravens and Titans. John Thagard took second overall and Hunter Hueman was fifth.