The State Journal-Register will host the Capital Region High School Sports Awards at the end of this school year on July 8.
It will reward student-athletes from the SJ-R region and this year’s program will be broadcast online with the biggest names in professional sport.
Winners for state-sanctioned sports will be announced throughout the year. More information about the event can be found on the Capital Region High School Sports Awards website.
Here are this year’s 12 winners for cross country girls, with six designated spots for big and small school.
The players of the year will be announced during the awards ceremony.
GRANDE SCHOOL HONOREESAVA GORRIE, Chatham Glenwood, P.
Finished his first run of the playoffs in fourth place in Class 2A Jacksonville Regional with a time of 18: 36.74 to help the Titans win the tag team title. A week later, she placed sixth in the 2A Olney Richland County Sectional in 19: 18.14.
BECCA HEITZIG, Lincoln, Fr.
She was second in the playoffs when she ran an 18: 00.70 in the 2A Jacksonville Regional class and followed with an 18: 23.90 in the 2A Olney Richland County Sectional.
EMMA LEAHY, Chatham Glenwood, Jr.
At Class 2A Jacksonville Regional, she finished fifth with a time of 18: 39.70, then helped the Titans win the tag team championship in the 2A Olney Richland County Sectional with a seventh place in 19: 21.00.
VIVIAN RAHMEL, Sacré-Coeur-Griffin, Soph.
She ran a time of 18: 09.53 in the 1A Petersburg PORTA Regional class and finished third overall before taking seventh place in the 1A Elmwood Sectional with a time of 19: 03.32, where the Cyclones took took third place.
REAGAN WEICHOLD, Chatham Glenwood, Sr.
One of the reasons Glenwood won tag team titles at both 2A Jacksonville Regional and 2A Olney Richland County Sectional was because of performances like his. Glenwood’s third-best rider in the regional was sixth in 18: 41.90 and ninth in the sections at 19: 28.16.
COLLEEN ZEIBERT, Rochester, Soph.
One word: domination. The State Journal-Register’s Cross Country Runner of the Year for the Big Girls for the 2019 season hasn’t lost an official race all season – 11 to 11. In the 2A Jacksonville Regional, she won by close 26 seconds in 17: 34.82. In the Olney Richland County Section 2A competition, she won the title by nine seconds in 18: 14.91.
PETITE SCHOOL HONOREESRYLEE CHELBIAN, Auburn, Fr.
The only freshman in the top four for Sangamo Conference honors – No 2 – also finished fifth in PORTA Petersburg Class 1A class 1A in 18: 38.11. The following week, she finished 17th in 1A Elmwood Sectional in 19: 51.07.
MEGAN DERRICK, Pleasant Plains, Soph.
No.3 overall in the Sangamo conference team, she finished 13th in 1A PORTA Regional in 19: 41.29 and 15th at Elmwood Sectional in 19: 48.07.
RILEY MENDENHALL, Williamsville, P.
Selected for the Sangamo conference team, she placed 19th in the 1A PORTA Regional in 19: 57.28 and finished 34th overall in the Elmwood Sectional in 20: 43.77.
KATIE PACE, Auburn, P.
She helped the Trojans win the regional PORTA Class 1A title with a seventh place in 19: 23.05. In the last race of her first season, she finished 19th in the Elmwood section in 20: 01.11.
KATHERINE WALKER, Williamsville, Jr.
More like Katherine Runner, she was selected fourth overall in the Sangamo Conference and took fourth place in the 1A PORTA Regional with 18: 33.31. At the Elmwood Sectional, she was 13th in 19: 38.15.
EMMA WEST, Auburn, Sr.
Led the Trojans to a Sangamo Conference title as well as the 1A PORTA Regional Team Championship and …
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