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TFS competes at MS Tri-State Meet
The TFS girls (6 points) and boys (8 points) defeated Rabun Gap, Summit, Towns County, and Trinity Christian to win the Tri State Conference meet #4 at Rabun Gap on Thursday.
Lizita Miller was second overall, 2:20 faster than last year on the same course. Olivia Henderson was one point behind, also drastically reducing her time from 2020. Carsyn Griffis ran 1:52 better on the same course to round out the team scoring, placing fourth. Haylen McGugen crossed the line four seconds and one place later with a near two-minute improvement. Avery Keim was the TFS second displacer finisher in 6th, also running her course best. Molly Rickman continued the line of TFS harriers in the top ten by placing seventh with a 1:18 course improvement.
Bentley Huff and Ethan Wheeler again ran a strategically strong and smart race, the former in victory and the latter only seconds behind in third. Ryder Cantrell crossed the line in sixth, a place better than a week ago and near his personal record time despite a longer course. Thatcher Tatum (10th) and Gavin Dodd (11th) displaced the other teams’ scorers. Gavin Simmons cut off a whopping 2:44 from last year while Zeek Pruitt, Charlie Harris, and Martin Morgan set PRs.