Providence Day’s Jack Paddison won the CISAA cross-country championship Friday at McAlpine Park.
He ran a time of 15 minutes, 19 seconds. Teammate Nick Linder (15:25) was second followed by Charlotte Latin’s Jack Ratteree (16:02). Led by Paddison, Providence Day won the boys’ team title. Charlotte Latin was second and Cannon third.
Cannon’s Jena Metwalli won the girls’ race in 18:49, easily beating Providence Day’s Emma Brown (19:36) and Covenant Day’s Cameron Echols (19:48). Providence Day won the girls’ team title over Covenant Day and Cannon.
Hickory Christian beat Statesville Christian 3-1 to win the Southern Piedmont Athletic Association championship 3-1 on Friday. Hickory Christian setter Jordan Howard had 49 assists, seven digs and three aces. Libero Karli Ford had 26 digs and two aces. Hickory Christian’s Katelyn Mendenall was named conference MVP. Ford was named tournament MVP.
Providence Day will host its annual girls basketball Super Scrimmage Nov. 8 at 8:30 a.m. Each of 28 teams will play three games.
Participating teams: Providence Day, Charlotte Christian, Freedom, Watauga; New Hope Christian; Myers Park; Forestview; East Burke; Alexander Central; Greensboro Day; Bishop McGuinness; Winston-Salem Reynolds; Greensboro Dudley; Winston-Salem Atkins; Covenant Day; Wilkes Central; Hickory Grove; Charlotte Latin; Durham Hillside; Mount Tabor; Scotland County; Charlotte Catholic; Carolina Day; SouthLake; Raleigh Ravenscroft; Davidson Day; Raleigh Millbrook; Northern Guilford.
Providence Day will dedicate its new training facility Wednesday at 5 p.m. It will be named the Tadeo-Racano-Burnam Wrestling training center in honor of coach Terry Tadeo and assistants Tommy Racano and Paul Burnam.
The facility located in the Ridenhour Gym on the school’s campus has a permanent, self-contained wrestling area and mat system. It will be used by PE students during the day and open up other practice areas for winter sports teams after school hours.
Providence Day won the CISAA conference meet Thursday at Pine Island Country Club, led by a 74 from Roshnee Sharma. Cannon School’s Anna Redding shot a 71 to earn medalist honors. Cannon finished second in the team race.
Charlotte Latin senior captain Leila Evans, who has committed to North Carolina, broke the school single-season scoring record last Wednesday against Myers Park. She has 33 goals for the season, breaking the old record of 30 set by Callie Kennedy in 2012. Evans also tied the school single-season assist record of 18, set by Kennedy, Evy Royther and Mia Kane, all in 2012.
Here is the Charlotte Independent Schools girls all-conference team:
Fleming Landau (Latin), Avery Hunter (Country Day), Caroline Kurani (Providence Day), Kate Beckman (Cannon), Ishana Nigam (Country Day), Divya Sharma (Latin), Rachel Carroll (Country Day), Addison Heintze (Providence Day), Madison Wall (Covenant Day), Margaret Redic (Latin)