Northview Cross Country Meet: T.R. Miller, PCA And Jay Take Top Spots

September 30, 2009


About 120 runners took part in a cross country meet Tuesday afternoon at Northview High School. T.R. Miller took the top spot among the girls, and Pensacola Christian was first among the boys. The Jay Royals took second in both categories.

The fastest time on the 5K course belonged to T.R. Miller High School’s Brandon Nelson at 18:20, followed by two Jay High School runners: Drew Kennedy at 18:35 and Dylan Nadsady at 18:43. The three fastest female runners were all from T.R. Miller: Karisa Nelson 19:34, Katie Nelson 20:22, and Shelby Youngblood 20:43.

Complete overall results and the top runners from Northview and Jay are below:

For a photo gallery from the meet, click here.

Girls Overall

1st – TR Miller 22
2nd – Jay High 42
3rd – Pensacola Christian 75
4th – East Hill Christian School 120
5th – Northview 147

1st- TR Miller Karisa Nelson 19:34
2nd -TR Miller Katie Nelson 20:22
3rd -TR Miller Shelby Youngblood 20:43

cross-country-meet-19.jpgNorthview’s Top 5 Girls

Georgia Geotter 25:04
Autumn Bobo 31:48
Angel Mitchell 33:17
Harley Caraway 33:33
Jessica Bloodsworth 37:58

Jay’s Top 5 Girls

Leely Trevino 23:18
Robin Blackman 23:29
Gloria Ramey 24:22
Allison Blaire 24:26
Caristyn Golden 24:28

Boys Overall

1st – Pensacola Christian 37
2nd – Jay High 37
3rd – TR Miller 68
4th – Northview High 163
5th – Central 199

1st TR Miller -Brandon Nelson 18:20
2nd Jay High -Drew Kennedy 18:35
3rd Jay High -Dylan Nadsady 18:43

cross-country-meet-10.jpgNorthview’s Top 5 Boys

Josh Scott 21:25
AJ Lambert 21:36
Jackson Smith 23:44
Dillian Crutchfield 25:04
Blake Luker 25:45

Jay’s Top 5 Boys

Drew Kennedy 18:35
Dylan Nadsady 18:43
Dusty Kennedy 19:05
Micah Kemp 20:03
Eric Trevino 20:34


7 Responses to “Northview Cross Country Meet: T.R. Miller, PCA And Jay Take Top Spots”

  1. NHS Parent on October 3rd, 2009 6:04 pm

    Way to go A.J.!!!!!

  2. Juanita Sanders on September 30th, 2009 10:17 pm

    Way to go Chiefs!!!! :)

  3. neighbor on September 30th, 2009 6:15 pm

    Please have the sheriff department around when these children are running. One is going to get hurt because alot of people are not aware of the kids running. Do they still run on Pine Barren and Oak Shade Road . When coming over the hills you can not see anyone until you are on top of them. Please have the sheriff department out to protect these children.

  4. Chief Mom on September 30th, 2009 3:12 pm

    Great job Chiefs! Keep up the good work!

  5. Walnut Hill Resident on September 30th, 2009 12:26 pm

    I passed these young people yesterday and it was good to see them working so hard. There were a lot of parents waiting for their kids to cross the finish line and they all had that look of proud parents on their faces.

    One thing I would suggest to the school and coaches is that you please put up something to warn drivers on Hwy 4 about the kids running next to the road. I came over the hill going west and was surprised by all the kids running. I wasn,t speeding but ,I know a lot of people do on this road. Just a suggestion. To me it was a very plesant surprise.

  6. Sherry Bloodsworth on September 30th, 2009 9:29 am

    Good job runners! Yesterday’s event was a good one all around and Northview had a great turnout. Coach Nall and Coach Meehan did a great job organizing and sponsoring the event and we appreciate them both. The cooler weather was an added bonus.

  7. NHS Mom on September 30th, 2009 7:06 am

    Nice to see cross country covered with photos. That never happened until

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