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Track Competes In Chattanooga

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Track Competes In Chattanooga

Jake Melton, Sports Editor

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The Red Raiders and Lady Raiders competed in their first away track and field meet of the season on Saturday, April 6 at the Chattanooga Christian School. Both teams finished in 12th place. The Red Raiders collected 17 points, while the Lady Raiders finished with 15 points. Trace Bryant finished 1st in high jump after clearing a 6 foot jump. Additionally, Macy Tabor finished 1st in the girls high jump with a height of 5 feet. Another outstanding performance was shown by Carlie Barnes after throwing 31’8.5” in the shot put, scoring 2nd place. The two teams compete again on Thursday, April 11 at home.

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Jake Melton, Sports Editor

My name is Jake Melton. I am a member of the track and cross country team here at CCCHS. Additionally, I run for Stones River Track Club during the summer...

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