Lebanon Boys Varsity Cross Country

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Aiden Britt finished 12th in the State Cross Country Meet

Click here for the Full Story by The Wilson Post Lebanon High ninth grader Aiden Britt recorded a Top 15 finish in Saturday’s TSSAA Division 1 cross country meet at Percy Warner Park’s Steeplechase Course. Britt finished the 5,000 meter course in 16:25.95 — good enough for 12th place in a field of 197 entrants.

Congratulations Aiden Britt- Advances to State Cross Country Meet

Aiden Britt was the top Lebanon and Wilson County finisher at the Region 5 Large school state qualifier.  Aiden finished 4th and advances to the state cross country meet on Saturday, November 4th at the steeplechase in Nashville beginning at 10:30.  Top finisher for the ladies was India Mastin in 15th place.

Lebanon High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 6th place

Saturday, September 30, 2017 7:00 AM Place 6 Points 166 Meet Recap   Individual Scores for the LHS Boys Aiden Britt 1st 16:33 Ethan Njezic 8th 17:50 Charles (North) Hopper 27th 19.42 Dylan Bates 61st 21:21 Slone Carr 84th 26:05 The next race is the Mid-State Championship October 14 at Buckner Park in Dickson Opponents

Lebanon High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 5th place

Saturday, September 16, 2017 7:00 AM Place 5 Points 143 Meet Recap   LHS BOYS Cross Country Individual Results were: Aiden Britt 1st 16:51 Ethan Njezic 9th 18:39 Omar Lopez 31st 20:38 North Hopper 40th 21:18 Dlyan Bates 85th 29:44 Slone Carr 62nd 23:45 The Blue Devils will next run at the Burnett Invitation in

Congratulations to Rebecca Brown January Blue Devil Student-Athlete of the Month

Thank you to everyone who voted in our Blue Devil Student-Athlete of the month contest. Our coaches chose one athlete from each of the winter teams with an emphasis on the player being an exemplary athlete, student, and teammate. The winner was based on the number of votes received on the website. There were a