Pleasant Valley places fifth at state cross country meet
by From staff reports
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MOULTON — After winning the school’s first Class 1A-2A sectional title in Scottsboro last week, Pleasant Valley’s boys posted a Top 10 in the state cross country meet Saturday, placing fifth with an average time of 18:52.5. The Raiders finished with 122 points behind Altamont, American Christian Academy, Cottage Hill Christian and Hatton, winner of the past three state titles.

Leading the way for the Raiders was Matthew Bonds, whose time of 18:01 was good enough to medal and place 10th place in the overall competition.

Also competing for Pleasant Valley was Todd Kirk (18:39), Vernon Dexter (18:40), Zade Adams (19:22), Bubba Woodard (19:28), Daniel Faucett (19:55), Sam Prickett (20:59), Andrew Oliver (21:03), Davis Glass (21:41) and Aaron Strickland (22:30).

White Plains’ boys wound up sixth in Class 3A with 177 points behind strong performances from Dylan McPhee, Benjamin Alexander, Padric Lee, Joseph Wudarczyk, Wesley Thornton, Daniel Sheppard, Stephen Gamble, Mark Cline and Ethan Coger.

Morgan Young, Madison Murray, Anna Sides, Taylor Carter, Jasmine Revanna, Angel Kidd, Emma Howell and Waverly Polak combined to help Jacksonville’s girls finish ninth in the Class 4A standings with 212 points.

Donoho’s girls (1A-2A), Jacksonville’s boys (Class 4A) and Oxford’s boys (Class 6A) placed just outside the top 10, finishing 11th, 12th and 12th respectively.

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