Cannon takes CISAA title
CHARLOTTE – Cannon won the CISAA tournament championship at Cedarwood Country Club on Sept. 26, holding off runner-up Providence Day by 20 strokes.
Cannon also produced the conference’s individual medalist in Amanda Sambach, who shot a 70, and the runner-up in Elena Jacoby, who fired a 72.
Below is a list finishers, but only the top three counted toward the team score.
Cannon (219 team points): Sambach, 70; Jacoby, 72; Sophie Holland, 77; Mirablla Calabrase, 87; Molly Morrison, 91; Sophie Jenkins, 94.
Providence Day (239): Erica Boyd, 77; Rhea Bhagia, 78; Kaela McConnell, 84; Clare Steigerwalt, 90; Katherine Chittenden, 97; Zoe Sherman, score not reported.
Charlotte Latin (266): Alexis Sudjianto, 78; Elyssa Kim, 91; Gaby Cacheris, 97.
Country Day (273): Michelle Harn, 73; Aish Sharma, 87; Erin McCollum, 113; Ashley Cox, 114; Kyal Htet, 121.
Dolhare repeats at Hares and Hounds meet
CHARLOTTE – Providence Day’s Noah Dolhare took the boys championship title at the Hares and Hounds cross country meet, which ended Sept. 23 at McAlpine Park.
Dolhare ran 15 minutes, 36 seconds to win the race by more than four seconds. The time was a new personal record for Dolhare – by 12 seconds and is nearly 24 seconds faster than last year’s time at the same event – is the eighth-fastest time recorded in the state this season and was also the first time a runner has repeated as champion in the event’s seven-year history.
The Chargers placed third overall out of more than 32 teams and 200 runners in the boys championship division.
The following runners all placed within the top 75 in the boys championship event:
Providence Day’s Adam Habas (16:24, 14th); Myers Parks Tristan Wick (16:26, 15th); Ardrey Kell’s Murphy Smith (16:30, 19th); Providence Day’s (Jason Krell 16:42, 27th) and Christian Landis (16:45, 32nd); Ardrey Kell’s William Fan (17:05, 48th), Griffin Cascone (17:06, 49th) and Steven Sobus (17:11 53rd); and Charlotte Latin’s Rob Schleusner (17:16, 60th).
Charlotte Catholic’s Dante McCree led the way at the boys invitational, where he placed 10th with a time of 16:57.
Providence Day’s Justine Crook was the top south Charlotte girl finisher in the girls championship division as she placed 18th (19:29). Providence Day finished seventh overall, four points ahead of Charlotte Catholic.
The following girls turned in top 75 times in the girls championship race:
Charlotte Catholic’s Emma Georges (19:40, 23rd); Charlotte Latin’s Marion Donald (20:03, 29th); Charlotte Catholic’s Megan Dest (20:11, 32nd); Providence Day’s Regan Cronk (20:12, 34th); Ardrey Kell’s Emma Wiese (20:15, 36th); Providence Day’s Ananyaa Bharadwaj (20:31, 42nd); Charlotte Latin’s Mary Catherine Pope (20:34, 46th); Charlotte Catholic’s Carmen Jarrell (20:39, 50th); Charlotte Latin’s Ellie Beuley (21:09, 65th); Ardrey Kell’s Jenna Thornton (21:10, 66th); and Charlotte Catholic’s Annie Russo (21:12, 68th).