Several local cross country runners and teams showed out at Friday's Chickasaw Trails Invitational.
Cold Springs (Class 1A-2A) and St. Bernard (Class 3A-4A) picked up team crowns in the varsity boys division, while Holly Pond's Camilla Chambers (3A-4A), Cold Springs' Ethan Edgeworth (1A-2A) and Vinemont's Ethan Lemons (3A-4A) racked up individual victories in their respective divisions at Oakville Indian Mounds.
Edgeworth paced the Eagles, who finished ahead of North Cobb Christian, with a solid time of 17:20.39.
Josiah Walker (seventh), Justin Caffee (15th), Jayden Allred (19th) and Brody Belcher (26th) also contributed.
Joseph Arriaga, meanwhile, was the top runner for the Saints, with a fifth-place finish.
Eli Loyd (12th), David DeJesus (17th), Nikolas Borths (24th) and Jiovany Aguilar-Arriaga (25th) also delivered counting scores for St. Bernard, which conquered its division easily.
Lemons won the 3A-4A varsity boys race with a strong time of 16:43.52, a personal best.
Holly Pond's Christopher Putman (ninth) and Vinemont's Will Rhodes (18th) finished in the top 20.
Chambers produced another terrific outing, speeding to a time of 19:29.60 in the 3A-4A varsity girls race.
Vinemont's Kendall Harbison (13th) and St. Bernard's Madi Kerber (15th) also competed.
Cold Springs' girls, meanwhile, finished second as a team behind North Cobb Christian in the 1A-2A event.
Reagan Parris (third), Brooke Crider (fifth), Claire Huffstutler (ninth), Emma Hancock (11th) and Ava Akridge (16th) contributed the counting scores for the Lady Eagles.
Cullman's varsity boys finished sixth (43 teams) in the large-school race on Saturday.
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