Emerald Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Vickery Finishes Earns All-State Honors

Zoe Vickery has it all … All-County, All-Region, and All-State honors. Earlier today,┬áVickery finished 12th (20:11) at the AAA State Cross Country Finals. She ran a tactically sound race, splitting a 6:20 for the first mile and cruising inside the top 20. She moved into the top 15 right before the toughest hill on the

XC Competes at AAA State Finals

Emerald Boys and Girls Cross Country competed at the AAA State Finals this morning at Sandhills Research Park in Columbia earlier this morning. The girls competed as a team for the first time since 2013, finishing 14th overall. Zoe Vickery – 20:11 (12th) – ALL STATE – Personal Best Campbell Vickery – 21:40 (40th) –

Twice as Nice: XC Qualifies for State

Emerald XC competed at the AAA Upper State Qualifier earlier this morning at Southside High School. The girls finished 6th out of 14 schools and punched their tickets for the AAA State Finals next weekend. Zoe Vickery – 21:19 Campbell Vickery – 22:22 Cierra Friez – 23:51 Jo Beth Darby – 24:05 Annika Patterson –

Region Champs: Girls Cross Country

Emerald Cross Country competed at the Region 3-AAA Championships yesterday at Clinton High School. The girls won the meet by a narrow margin of 34-36 over Woodruff. The girls team placed 4 runners in the top 5: Zoe Vickery (2nd) Campbell Vickery (3rd) Jo Beth Darby (4th) Cierra Friez (5th) Brianna Martin (28th) rounded out

Get Your Emerald Gear Here

Gear up for Fall and Winter sports today. Please CLICK HERE┬áto visit an online store through Dillard’s Sporting Goods of Greenwood. The store closes on Thursday, September 27. Shop locally and support Emerald Cross Country at the same time. The EHSXC team will receive a portion of all of the sales through this store.

Cross Country Opens Season

The EHS cross country teams traveled to Palmetto for their first meet of the season yesterday. They each persevered through the heat and finished well. The girls were lead by sisters Zoe and Campbell Vickery while the boys were lead by Job Simon and Eddie Reyes. Coach Payne would like to wish a special congratulations