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Page 4B October 16, 2019 R orter All In Week 6, Murray the Bulldog ] and Richard Dumas led ati~I-- celebrity pickers by going 9-1, while Chrissy Donovan, Steve Coleman and Eric Bunn were second at 8-2. Donovan and Dumas are now tied for second just one game behind leader Sonny Trammel[ Among readers, Samantha Penamon took first place by going 9-1, winning the $15 Gift Cer- tificate from/V inor(s Italian Ristorante and a Winner's T shirt from ERATEES Custom Screen Printing. Lilhe Fagan took second place going 8-2, winning a $]5 Gift Certificate from Shoney's of Forsyth. Nick Morgan, Cora Lee Penamon, Marvin White, John Josey, Bart Marsh, Caroline Nichols, Wayne Calhoun and G. Shirley Myers all went 7-3 to tie for third place. : Cora Lee Penamon won the tiebreaker and the $12 Gift Certificate from Pickled Okra. Florida at S. Carolina Auburn at Arkansas Duke at UVA LSU at Miss. St. UNC at Virginia Tech VMI at Mercer Army at Ga. State Texas A&M at Ole Miss Michigan at Penn St. Rams at Falcons Chrissy Ham Donovan 2008 champ 49-21 Chrissy Ham Donovan is a real estate professional with Connie Ham ERA Middle Georgia Realty. She and husband JP have two children, Avery and Jaxon. Florida Auburn UVA LSU Unc Vmi Army Texas A&M Penn State Rams ~eve Coleman 2018 champ 48-22 Steve Cole- man Is a surveyor, Chairman of the Chamber, Vice Chair of the City P&Z board, and former president of the MPTD Club. He and his wife of 40 years Deb- bie have 3 grown chil- dren and 1 grandchild. S Carolina Auburn UVA LSU UNC VMI Army Texas A&M Penn St Rams <~ii!:~;~I Stan Hickman 2013, 2017 champ 43-27 Dr. Stan Hickman is the owner of Southern Smiles in Forsyth. He and wife Blair have two sons. Jason is a freshman at Mercer and Logan is a freshman quarterback on the MP football team, just like his daddy was. Florida Auburn UVA LSU Unc Mercer Army Ole miss Penn State Rams :;!i!!i!!ii ilili;iii!: ii!iii:!iii ili!ii ii;i!i!!iii!ii i!iiiiiiiiii!i Nathan Jackson 2007 champ 42-28 Nathan Jackson is the youth pastor at New Provi- dence Bap- tist Church. He and wife Michelle have two girls Gracie and Faith. S. Carolina Auburn UVA LSU UNC VMI Ga. State Texas A&M Penn St. Falcons By Richard Dumas forsyth@mymcr.net The Mary Persons W boys cross country team com- peted in the Mount de Sales Cavalier Classic at Middle Georgia State College in Macon on Wednesday, plac- ing seventh out of nine total teams. The IV Bulldogs finished with 160 points as Jones County captured the IV boys team title with 27 points. FPD finished second with 69 points followed by Stratford Academy in third place with 106 points, Seth Brahney of Mount de Sales was the IV boys individual champion with a time of 17 minutes, 50 seconds, about 41 seconds faster than the second-place finisher Aus- tin Sullivan of Jones County. Holden Haworth was MP's fastest IV boys runner, placing seventh out of 122 total runners with a time of 18 minutes, 54 seconds. Other MP IV boys run- ners who recorded count- ing times included: Alec Remick, who placed 13th with a time of 19 minutes, 17 seconds, Alex Hanson, who placed 51st with a time Caldwell Veterinary Hospital, LLC 951 Butler Caldwell, DVM Hwy 41 South Forsyth, GA 31029 478-994-8228 www.caldwellvet.com Preventative Medicine including vaccines, flea,tick and heartworm medications. Comprehensive medical management, including diabetes and heart disease '#ete~inar,~ Ex~:eile.~ Surgery, Boarding Full Service Collision Center 40 Years Combined Experience Certified Technicians We Work With All Insurance Companies REE Estimates! 177 N. Indian Springs Drive Forsyth, GA Phone: 478-974-0680 Fax: 478-974-0640 Car + Home = See me for Car 0Jld ! 1o111e hlsttrallce and save. StateFarm LIKEA GO()D NEIGHBOR, STATE FARM IS THERE.' Providing Insurance amf Finam'ial Services of 21 minutes, 45 seconds, Clayton Drur who placed 62nd with a time of 22 min- utes, 21 seconds, and Luke McBride, who placed 72nd with a time of 22 minutes, 44 seconds. Other MP IV boys run- ners who competed on Saturday but failed to record counting times included: Leighton Judd, who placed 73rd with a time of 22 minutes, 45 seconds, Austin Adams, who placed 74th with a time of 22 minutes, 54 seconds, Christopher Martin, who placed 84th with a time of 23 min- utes, 34 seconds, Mitchell Whitfield, who placed 95th with a time of 24 minutes, 59 seconds, Hunter Benson, who placed 96th with a time of 25 minutes, 7 seconds, Benjamin Robinson, who placed 103rd with a time of 27 minutes, 3 seconds, Brock Brown, who placed 109th with a time of 27 minutes, 32 seconds, Liam Whitson, who placed ll3th with a time of 28 minutes, 26 seconds, and Landon Smith, who placed 122nd with a time of 32 minutes, 59 seconds. Other IV boys teams who competed on Wednesday in order of highest to lowest finish were: Mount de Sales, ACE, GMC, John Milledge and Macon County. Also, the MP IV girls cross country team placed eighth out of nine teams in Macon on Wednesday. The IV Lady Dogs finished with 202 points as Jones County also took home the IV girls team title with 37 points. Stratford Academy placed second with 45 points followed by ACE in third place with 101 points. Laney Doster of Jones County was the IV girls individual champion with a time of 19 minutes, 53 seconds, about 1 minute, 48 seconds faster than the second-place finisher Em- ery Ryan of John Milledge. Stormie Martin was MP's fastest IV girls runner, placing 33rd out of 75 total s no facebo~k.ce~/ mamasktchn Kayden Mays was Monroe County's top boys finisher at the Georgia Middle School Cross Country Championships in Cochran on Saturday, placing 39th overall. (Photo/Rich- ard Dumas) runners with a time of 26 minutes, 37 seconds. Other MP IV girls runners who recorded counting times included: Genna Hallman, who placed 34th with a time of 26 minutes, 38 seconds, Caroline Hamp- ton, who placed 37th with a time of 26 minutes, 51 seconds, ]ackie Gore, who placed 51st with a time of 30 minutes, 9 seconds, and Gwyneth Cabe, who placed 58th with a time of 31 minutes, 26 seconds. One other MP IV girls runner competed on Wednesday but failed to record a count- ing time. Emma Barksdale placed 61st with a time of 31 minutes, 53 seconds. Other lV girls teams who competed on Wednesday in order of highest to lowest finish were: FPD, John Han- cock, John Milledge, GMC and Mount de Sales. Meanwhile, the Monroe County Middle School boys cross country team wrapped up its 2019 campaign by placing 18th out of 21 total teams in the Medium School division of the Geor- gia Middle School State Cross Country Champion- ships at Bleddey County Elementary in Cochran on Saturday. The C-Team Bulldogs finished with 486 points as Jefferson won the middle school boys title with 58 points. Marist placed sec- ond with 113 points while Fannin County came in third place with 121 points. Competing as an individual, Gavin Ollis was the C-Team boys champion with a time of 11 minutes, 30 seconds, edging the second-place finisher, John Dodson of St. James, by less than half a second. Monroe County's top individual boys finisher was Kayden Mays, who placed 39th out of 149 total runners with a time of 13 minutes, 21 seconds. Other Monroe County boys run- ners who achieved counting times were: Gavin Harris, who placed 102nd with a time of 14 minutes, 48 seconds, Cole Battles, who placed 129th with a time of 16 minutes, 4 seconds, lke Dunwody, who placed 133rd with a time of 16 minutes, 24 seconds, and Todd McCall, who placed 137th with a time of 16 minutes, 43 seconds. Other C-Team boys squads who competed in Cochran on Saturday in order from highest to lowest finish included: Central, Morgan County, Carters- ville, Crisp County, North Hall, West Laurens, Blessed Trinity, Dawson County, Southeast Bulloch, Pike County, East Jackson, Hart County, Holy Redeemer Catholic, Pace Academy, Worth County, Perry and Long Cane. Also, the Monroe County Middle School girls cross country team completed its 2019 season by finishing 13th out of 18 total teams in the Medium School division in Cochran on Saturday. The C-Team Lady Dogs finished with 311 points as Marist took the middle school girls title with 30 points. Pace Academy placed second with 48 points, followed by Jeffer- son in third place with 115 points. Ruby Little of Marist was the middle school girls individual champion with a time of 12 minutes, 45 seconds, about 14 seconds faster than the second-place time achieved by Caroline Hood of Pace Academy. Monroe County's top individual girls finisher was Jessica Goodwin, who placed 47th out of 130 total runners with a time of 15 minutes, 28 seconds. Other Monroe County girls run- ners who achieved counting times were: Alanna Wood, who placed 53rd w ith a time of 15 minutes, 34 seconds, Ella Hoover, who placed 54th with a time of 15 min- utes, 34 seconds, Kadence Brown, who placed 83rd with a time of 16 minutes, 45 seconds, and Mary Alice Marks, who placed 103rd with a time of 17 minutes, 23 seconds. Other C-Team girls squads who competed in Cochran on Saturday in order from highest to lowest finish included: North Hall, Dawson County, Fannin County, West Laurens, Cen- tral, Cartersville, Southeast Bulloch, Hart County, Pike County, Holy Redeemer Catholic, Perry, Blessed Trinity, Morgan County and East Jackson. The MP varsity boys and girls cross country teams will next compete in the Region 2-AAAA Champi- onship Meet at the Georgia Industrial Children's Home in Macon at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday; Oct. 24. q. k