Green Sea Floyds participated in a five team meet at Loris High School this past Thursday.
Green Sea Floyds Boys and Girls Cross Country traveled to Latta on Tuesday, Sept. 4, for a four-team meet. Both Green Sea Floyds boys and girls took home first place. The teams that participated in this meet were Green Sea Floyds, Andrews, Marion and Latta.
The Green Sea Floyds Boys Cross Country team have started their year off with some wins. On Aug. 30, there was a Boys Cross Country six-team meet at Green Sea Floyds.
Green Sea Floyds boys and girls cross country ended their season with a recognition banquet this past week. It was held at the Green Sea Floyds Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
This past week Green Sea Floyds girls went to Columbia to qualify for the state championship meet. There were 33 teams which were vying to advance to the state championship and only 18 would make it there.
The Green Sea Floyds girls cross country team competed at the 1A/2A Girls State Qualifier meet held this past Saturday at the Clemson Sandhill Research Center in Columbia.
Green Sea Floyds boys and girls cross country are Region VI-A champs. Green Sea Floyds cross country won both meets this past week. There was a five team meet Tuesday of this past week at Carver’s Bay and Thursday, they were at home with the Region VI-A Championship meet.
Carolina Forest’s cross country program steadily gained momentum throughout the season, and that improvement was on full display at the Horry County Championships.
Green Sea Floyds Boys and Girls Track competed in the Horry County Cross Country Championship meet this past Wednesday at the North Myrtle Beach Sports Complex. Eleven area schools competed. The 11 teams were Green Sea Floyds, Socastee, Carolina Forest, Conway, St. James, Aynor, Myrtle Beach…
Congratulations to the Green Sea Floyds Cross Country team for taking first place in a three team meet held Tuesday, Oct. 3 at Hannah Pamplico and Thursday against Latta.
The Conway boys and Aynor girls won top honors in a four-team cross-country meet Tuesday afternoon at Conway High School. Conway’s Shane Mooney won the boys’ race with a time of 17:25 minutes, followed by Aynor’s Will Blackmon in 17:40. Rounding out the top five were Monroe Thompkins, Conway…
Green Sea Floyds girls and boys Cross Country had a Four Team Meet Thursday, Sept. 21. The four team consisted of Green Sea Floyds, Carvers Bay, East Clarendon and Hannah Pamplico.
Congratulations to both the Green Sea-Floyds boys’ and girls’ cross country teams for bringing home the 2016 Region VI-A CC championship titles to Trojantown.
Conway junior Shane Mooney will be one of the favorites when the Region VI-AAAAA Cross-country meet makes its annual stop at Freedom Florence in a couple of weeks.
Conway’s Shane Mooney and Kenia Smith were the male and female winners during a four-team cross-country meet Tuesday afternoon at CHS. Mooney won the boys’ race in 18:44 minutes, just ahead of teammate Monroe Thompkins with a time of 18:45. Smith was the female winner in 22:43 minutes. Conwa…
Two Carolina Forest runners will be competing against the state’s best after qualifying for the S.C. state cross country meet to be contested this Saturday in Columbia.
In what proved to be a shocker, Carolina Forest cross country standout Lisa Pieterse finished fifth in the Class AAAA cross country meet Saturday in Columbia.
Conway’s Kenia Smith and Alyssa Waibel both finished in the top 20 at the Class 4A Lower State cross-country championship this past weekend, and earned the right to compete in the state meet Saturday at the Sandhills Research Center in Columbia.
Carolina Forest cross country standout Lisa Pieterse is emerging as the runner to beat in this Saturday's Class AAAA cross country meet.
The Conway girls’ cross-country team ends every practice with a team huddle that breaks up with the girls yelling, “Our way Conway. Gotta beat Carolina Forest.”
Carolina Forest girls’ standout Lisa Pieterse placed eighth overall in the prestigious Great American XCountry Festival in Cary, N.C. on Saturday, October 5.
Three months after winning a Class AAAA state title in track and field, Carolina Forest cross country standout Lisa Pieterse is showing no signs of slowing down.