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CLEMMONS-- Sweeps highlighted Saturdayís action at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state cross-country championships, as three of the classifications saw the same school sweep team titles in both menís and womenís competition.
Chapel Hill captured both 4-A titles, Asheville T.C. Roberson successfully defended both of its 3-A crowns and Hayesville earned the menís and womenís 1-A team championships.
In 2-A, Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons ran away with the womenís title while Black Mountain Charles D. Owen was the menís champion.
Senior Jack Bolus of Chapel Hill won the individual 4-A menís championship and led the Tigers to victory, crossing the finish line in 15:33.10, just over five seconds ahead of Raleigh Broughtonís Sandy Roberts, the defending champion.
Chapel Hillís men nipped Southern Pines Pinecrest by a single point for the team championship, 69-70, with Charlotte Myers Park back in third at 128.
In the 4-A women Ďs race, Chapel Hill tallied 60 points to outdistance runner-up Charlotte Providence by 27. North Mecklenburg placed third with 124.
Junior Callan Fike of Raleigh Athens Drive was the 4-A women Ďs champion, winning by about 22 seconds over Apexís Andie Cozzarelli.
T.C. Roberson took a pair of convincing victories in the 3-A classification. Robersonís women tallied 33 points to 125 for first-year school Winston-Salem Reagan, in second place. Charlotte Catholic was third with 130. Roberson won the menís title with 38 points to 129 for runner-up Catholic with R-S Central in third at 149.
Sophomore Ryan Hill of Hickory won the menís 3-A individual title in a time of 16:19.07, just over five seconds ahead of Jonathan Sunde of Charlotte Catholic. Sophomore Caroline Kirby of Roberson led her team to the state crown with a winning time of 19:15.85.
Cardinal Gibbons dominated in the 2-A womenís race, scoring 27 points to 122 for second-place Wilkes Central with four finishers among the top 11 runners.. West Henderson was third with 136. Senior Tria Metzler of Bunn was the individual champ in a time of 19:19.11.
The 2-A menís competition saw Owen tally 65 points to win by a 25-point margin over Surry Central and Reidsville. Surry Central senior Miguel Ocampo successfully defended his individual crown in 16:09.36.
Hayesville scored its third straight 1-A womenís title, with the Yellow Jacketsí 61 points just two ahead of Polk County. Sophomore Elizabeth Eliot of Polk won her second straight individual title in 20:36.33.
In the 1-A menís classification, Hayesville had 53 points to 89 for second-place South Stokes and 112 for Murphy in third.
Sam Brinson of South Stokes was the individual champ among the 1-A men, winning by just over 13 seconds over Averyís Trevor Brown.