High School Sports

Iredell County’s Woodlawn School dominates NCISAA cross-country championships

Woodlawn School got a state championship double in the N.C. Independent Schools 1A state cross-country championships Friday at McAlpine Park.

Woodlawn School, which opened in 2002, is in Iredell County, just north of Davidson.

Woodlawn’s Quinn Schneider won the boys race and Anne Cunningham won the girls.

In the boys race, Schneider ran a time of 16:59.10 to win easily over Halifax Academy’s Jackson Harris (18:06) and teammate Zachery Lorch (18:48). Woodlawn won the team title, ahead of Hickory Christian.

Cunningham won the girls 1A title in a time of 22:15, to narrowly edge teammate Bella Jacoby (22:18). Community Chrisitan’s Morgan Lane (22:35) was third. Wayne Country Day won the team title.

▪ In the girls 3A, Cary Academy’s Sarah Bodmer took the title in a time of 18:37.20. Cannon’s Jena Metwalli (19:05) was second and Charlotte Country Day’s Ella Dunn (19:12) was third. Cary Academy won the team title with 51 points, well ahead of Providence Day (86) and Cannon (119).

▪ Cary Academy won the boys 3A title with 39 points. Durham Academy (88) was second and Providence Day (142) third. Cary Academy’s Coleman Mitchell (15:50) won the individual title. Providence Day’s Noah Dolhare (16:02) was third. Charlotte Latin’s Jack Ratteree (16:37) was sixth.

▪ Carolina Day’s Ralene Kwiatkowski won the 2A girls title in 18:31.30. Davidson Day’s Melissa Zammitti was second (18:49). Carolina Day won the team title. No Observer-area team finished in the top 10.

▪ In 2A boys, Westchester Country Day’s Luke Evans won in a time of 16:28.60. Northside Christian’s Austin Moore (17:23) finished seventh.