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Chesterfield cross country competes in county meet


By David Shelton

Senior Writer

Chesterfield – While most of the fall sports focus around Chesterfield High is on the football program, athletes in other fall sports are putting in a lot of work to compete in their respective sports.

The cross country program is competing well this fall, attending and running in several area meets. Perhaps the biggest meet for the team is the Chesterfield County meet and the Rams runners had a solid showing in that event two weeks ago.

Though neither the boys team or the girls team managed to capture team titles, there were solid performances on an individual level.

The girls team had only two runners participating this fall. Aubreigh Davis has been the top runner, taking home first-place in the county meet with a time of 22:59. Davis also has posted wins in dual meets this fall.

Kessler Cutchin is the other runner for the girls team and she finished fourth in the county meet.

On the boys team, the top runner this fall is freshman Kinnick Lowe, whose best time this fall is 18:57. Lowe won a head-to-head meet with McBee and posted a fourth-place finish in the county meet.

Freshman Na’Shar Murphy ran to a fifth-place finish in the county meet and senior Ethan Hough finished eighth overall.

Taking ninth in the county meet was senior Dillon Burr and Chris Price was 11th. Eighth-grader Gabriel Cox finished 17th, followed in 18th by seventh-grader William Keith. Logan Stafford rounded out the Chesterfield contingent in 23rd place.

Meanwhile, the football team has had to shuffle some games due to the Covid-19 issues with some opponents. The Rams have lost games to Buford and North Central but have several region games left to play down the stretch. Jonathan Eason is the first-year head coach for the Rams.

Quarterback Kevin Diggs, a converted receiver, has been a key offensive weapon early on. Diggs has rushed for more than 400 yards and five touchdowns. Jalen Thompson is the team’s leading receiver.

Four starters return along the offensive line, a unit that consists of five underclassmen. Junior Michael Crawford and sophomore Andrew Threatt are the starting tackles, while juniors Tucker Jenkins and Myshaun Frink are the guards. Sophomore Colton Treadaway is the starting center

On defense, a few of the early leaders include Jaleel McCormick, Josh Adams, Dylan Trexler, Tymarion Melton and Bryce Brock.


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