ROME, Ga. – The Huntingdon men's and women's cross country teams competed in the Berry College Invitational on Saturday.
The Huntingdon men finished 15th in a 16-team division with a score of 387 points and the women were 21st in a 22-team division with 610 points.
Notable: Division III Emory won the men's race and Division III Berry won the women's race. Emory won with a score of 66 points and Berry won with a score of 55 points.
Men: 26:41.93 (8K)– Parker Roberts, Berry
Women: 21:40.53 (6K) – Emily Kearney, Savannah College of Art and Design-Atlanta
How the Hawks Finished
Elijah Sarmiento – 29:17.72 (61st of 161)
Nevada Parker – 30:47.28 (93rd)
Sam Larson – 33:03.76 (127th)
Gardner Binion – 35:15.22 (140th)
Trevor Berry – 35:25.15 (141st)
Adrian Harper – 35:44.46 (144th)
Milan Branch – 36:28.95 (149th)
Madison Rackley – 29:28.66 (126th of 187)
Mary Stanley – 32:31.75 (159th)
Dalyla Purifoy – 33:57.68 (166th)
Autumn Allday – 34:17.33 (168th)
Kayleigh Blankenship – 44:31.98 (187th)
Coming Up: Huntingdon will run in the USA South Athletic Conference Championship on Oct. 28.