Shining Rock hosted the first public school athletic event since March in Haywood County last week, with a Cross Country race against Franklin School of Innovation. The boys and girls teams each won their dual meet against Franklin School in addition to individual runners from SRCA winning each race. The race was held on a course designed at the Smoky Mountain Event Center. “The Event Center served as an excellent location to host the meet in every way,” said SRCA coach Tori Keuhn. Coach Keuhn added, “Our runners have been putting in the work, so I was very pleased that their performance reflected their efforts.” Head of School Joshua Morgan also added, “Everyone was a winner with the meet today because regardless of the results, it was a victory for the students to be able to come together and compete. I am very pleased that Shining Rock can continue to be a leader in demonstrating how to function within the Covid world. ” The girls race finished with a tie for first place between two SRCA runners, Eva Shapiro and Summer Lynn in a time of 15:55. The boys race was won by Liam Lange with a winning time of 13:52.

Shining Rock hosted the first public school athletic event since March in Haywood County last week, with a Cross Country race against Franklin School of Innovation.

The boys and girls teams each won their dual meet against Franklin School in addition to individual runners from SRCA winning each race. The race was held on a course designed at the Smoky Mountain Event Center.

“The Event Center served as an excellent location to host the meet in every way,” said SRCA coach Tori Keuhn.

Coach Keuhn added, “Our runners have been putting in the work, so I was very pleased that their performance reflected their efforts.”

Head of School Joshua Morgan also added, “Everyone was a winner with the meet today because regardless of the results, it was a victory for the students to be able to come together and compete. I am very pleased that Shining Rock can continue to be a leader in demonstrating how to function within the Covid world. ”

The girls race finished with a tie for first place between two SRCA runners, Eva Shapiro and Summer Lynn in a time of 15:55. The boys race was won by Liam Lange with a winning time of 13:52.

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