Cross-country charges through ThomasvillePublished 10:20am Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Coach Lisa Enfinger’s Bainbridge High School Bearcats and Lady Cats cross-country teams got ready for Saturday’s fourth annual Dylan Reid Faircloth First Memorial Epic 5K Run at Spring Hill Christmas Tree Farm with strong performances in last Saturday’s Thomas County Central High School Yellow Jackets and Lady Yellow Jackets Invitational Meet at Thomasville’s Greenwood Plantation.
Bearcats National Elite Runners Chase Harris and Paige Braswell won Saturday’s run in Thomasville.
Harris was the overall winner with a time of 16:12 and Braswell was the top girls finisher with a time of 19:43.68. Drevyon Banks finished with a time of 17:10, Bennett Enfinger finished with a time of 18:12 and Ben Cox finished with a time of 20:06.
Rounding out the top Bearcats finishers were Perry Waddell with a time of 19:38, Wright Cook with a time of 19:53, David Brock finished in a time of 20:20 and Grayson Graham finished with a time of 20:34.
The Epic 5K is held in honor and memory of Faircloth, 2009 Bainbridge High School graduate and former Bearcats cross-country runner and organ donor who lost his life in a car accident in July 2010 while driving home from a church camp in Pine Mountain
Proceeds from the run benefits two scholarships, one that goes to a cross-country runner and one that goes to another outstanding Bainbridge High School student.