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Harlan County competes in XC Meets

Harlan County competes in XC Meets

Posted by John Middleton - HDE on October 06, 2010
The Harlan County Lady Bears turned in a solid performance at the Wayne County Invitational cross country meet, finishing fifth in the event.

Junior Kimberly Miller led the Lady Bears finishing fourth, at a time of 21:38.5. Harlan County’s Jade Goodwin and Hayley Helton placed 17th and 19th, respectively. Amber Walters came in 37th. Kassie Rouse finished 49th. Miranda Epperson placed 58th, while Devyn Creech came in 93rd.

Tiffany Toler, of George Rogers Clark, won the girls individual title at a time of 20:13.9. Bell County’s Kelly Brown finished second at 20:53.8.

Bell County won the girls team title, with Pulaski Southwestern coming in second and George Rogers finishing third.

The Harlan County boys team finished eighth.

Hunter Middleton led the boys, finishing 12th with a time of 18:14.9. Jacob Carroll finished 21st. Ben Graham and Blain Grubbs came in 34th and 35th, respectively, with Josh Wynn placing 64th.

Bell County’s James Brown won the boys individual title, finishing at a time of 16:18.9. Alex White of George Rogers Clark, placed second at 17:08.3.

North Laurel claimed the boys team title, with George Rogers Clark finishing second and Rockcastle County coming in third.

Pulaski County’s Devin Mayfield won the girls elementary competition. Breanna Epperson led the Lady Bears, placing 14th at a time of 7:23.4. Abigail Vitatoe finished 44th.

Pulaski Southwestern’s Matthew Jones claimed the boys elementary school title.

Pulaski County’s Peyton Ingram won the girls middle school title, while Andrew Dobbs, of Wayne County claimed the boys middle school title.

Haran County’s Nate Miller finished 20th.


Harlan County’s boys and girls teams each finished third in the Berea Invitational.

Middleton led the Black Bears with an 11th place finish, setting a new school record for Harlan County High School with a time of 18:11. Carroll was next for Harlan County, finishing 23rd. Graham was 33rd and Grubbs was 38th.

Bell County’s James Brown won the individual title.

Pulaski County won the team title, followed by Bell County, Harlan County, Burgin and East Jessamine.

Miller led the Harlan County girls with a second place finish in a time of 21:49. Goodwin and Helton finished 11th and 12th, respectively. Rouse came in 35th.

Bell County’s Kelly Brown won the individual title with a time of 21 minutes.

Bell County won the team championship, followed by Pulaski County, Harlan County, Rockcastle County and East Jessamine.

Harlan County will return to action today at a cross country meet at Bell County High School.

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