McCallie Wins Division II-AA Cross-Country Title

CCS's Ninterestse Wins Individual Title

Saturday, November 2, 2019
CCS's Edimo Ninterestse finished first in the Division II-AA race.
CCS's Edimo Ninterestse finished first in the Division II-AA race.
- photo by Walt Keen

The McCallie boys cross-country team had three top ten finishers Saturday afternoon in Nashville which led them to the Divison II-AA state championship. 

John Arrowsmith led the way for McCallie with a second place finish.   Dylan Zeller was fourth and Duke Rickey was 7th.    Samual Ligon finished 11th and Benhamin Niehaus finished 14th.   McCallie finished 17 points ahead of Father Ryan. 

CCS was third trailing Father Ryan by just four points.   CCS senior Edimo Nintereste earned himself an invidual state championship finishing almost 30 seconds ahead of Arrowsmith from McCallie.  

Baylor finished 8th. 

Event 6 Boys 5k Run CC D2 Class AA
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 Name Year School Finals Points
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 1 #845 Ninterestse, Edimo 12 Chatt. Christian 16:28.86 1
 2 #931 Arrowsmith, John 12 McCallie School 16:52.64 2
 3 #814 Durrough, Cayden 11 Brentwood Academy 16:53.97 3
 4 #937 Zeller, Dylan 12 McCallie School 16:56.62 4
 5 #878 Knapp, Colin 10 Father Ryan 16:57.01 5
 6 #913 Smith, Riley 11 Knoxville Catholic 16:57.63 6
 7 #936 Richey, Duke 12 McCallie School 17:04.01 7
 8 #842 Cottrell, Jack 11 Chatt. Christian 17:04.84 8
 9 #850 Ryan, Jake 10 Christian Brothers 17:07.20 9
 10 #875 Albamont, Ciro 10 Father Ryan 17:11.08 10
 11 #934 Ligon, Samuel 12 McCallie School 17:12.66 11
 12 #841 Bastnagel, Alexand 11 Chatt. Christian 17:16.00 12
 13 #876 Deckbar, Sam 11 Father Ryan 17:16.71 13
 14 #935 Niehaus, Benjamin 11 McCallie School 17:16.83 14
 15 #915 Stovall, Spencer 10 Knoxville Catholic 17:18.56 15
 16 #947 Holleman, William 10 MBA 17:19.44 16
 17 #945 Griffith, Hall 10 MBA 17:23.16 17
 18 #881 Stacey, Will 11 Father Ryan 17:27.94 18
 19 #877 Johnson, David 11 Father Ryan 17:28.79 19
 20 #844 Manton, Chase 12 Chatt. Christian 17:31.69 20
 21 #879 Mangialardi, Georg 12 Father Ryan 17:32.55 21
 22 #853 Willet, Adam 11 Christian Brothers 17:34.04 22
 23 #880 Emerson, Ben 10 Father Ryan 17:34.79 23
 24 #818 Smith, Solomon 12 Brentwood Academy 17:35.00 24
 25 #801 Gartman, Silas 12 Baylor School 17:38.01 25
 26 #946 Harris, Ben 11 MBA 17:42.41 26
 27 #949 Lefler, Jackson 9 MBA 17:43.56 27
 28 #840 Barnes, Leulseged 10 Chatt. Christian 17:45.84 28
 29 #846 Turner, Carson 10 Chatt. Christian 17:51.61 29
 30 #940 Kaye, Nash 10 MUS 17:53.05 30
 31 #948 Larish, Jack 12 MBA 17:54.73 31
 32 #817 Smith, Sean 9 Brentwood Academy 17:58.09 32
 33 #802 Hamm, William 11 Baylor School 18:00.41 33
 34 #849 Grusin, Alex 10 Christian Brothers 18:00.82 34
 35 #843 Deloach, Davis 11 Chatt. Christian 18:02.87 35
 36 #916 Vela, Alonso 10 Knoxville Catholic 18:05.03 36
 37 #932 Hayes, Brown 12 McCallie School 18:05.72 37
 38 #815 Lorenz, Alexander 10 Brentwood Academy 18:05.75 38
 39 #812 Allen, Joshua 12 Brentwood Academy 18:06.60 39
 40 #848 Evangelisti, Ben 10 Christian Brothers 18:10.08 40
 41 #951 Segers, Bode 11 MBA 18:15.83 41
 42 #851 Vincent, Jacob 12 Christian Brothers 18:16.60 42
 43 #852 Wade, Andrew 10 Christian Brothers 18:17.29 43
 44 #982 Faasse, Ben 11 St. Benedict-Aub 18:17.33 44
 45 #981 Deeley, Carter 11 St. Benedict-Aub 18:20.05 45
 46 #950 Mryncza, Luke 11 MBA 18:20.93 46
 47 #933 Kushman, Patrick 11 McCallie School 18:21.35 47
 48 #942 McLean, Duncan 12 MUS 18:23.20 48
 49 #944 White, Max 11 MUS 18:27.90 49
 50 #939 Graham, Elijah 11 MUS 18:30.66 50
 51 #964 Solarz, Matthew 10 Pope John Paul II 18:31.26 51
 52 #965 Strickland, Stephe 10 Pope John Paul II 18:31.35 52
 53 #866 Rehm, Lucas 9 Ensworth 18:32.07 53
 54 #803 MacMillan, Sam 12 Baylor School 18:34.77 54
 55 #798 Allen, Bowen 9 Baylor School 18:35.99 55
 56 #847 Deneka, Jackson 12 Christian Brothers 18:37.23 56
 57 #962 McGrath, Samuel 11 Pope John Paul II 18:38.51 57
 58 #800 Coley, Alex 10 Baylor School 18:40.17 58
 59 #804 Murphy, Burke 9 Baylor School 18:44.89 59
 60 #910 Deichert, Evan 9 Knoxville Catholic 18:45.39 60
 61 #943 Warr, Alex 12 MUS 18:47.20 61
 62 #863 Horn, Sam 10 Ensworth 18:49.12 62
 63 #813 Chapman, Harrison 9 Brentwood Academy 18:59.05 63
 64 #985 Leoni, Daniel 10 St. Benedict-Aub 19:05.04 64
 65 #938 Barnes, Joseph 11 MUS 19:06.70 65
 66 #914 Spezia, Dominic 10 Knoxville Catholic 19:08.57 66
 67 #816 Massey, Parker 9 Brentwood Academy 19:08.88 67
 68 #911 Gerkins, Nick 9 Knoxville Catholic 19:14.73 68
 69 #930 Nabours, Sterling 9 Lipscomb Academy 19:19.81 69
 70 #826 Ganier, Colton 10 Briarcrest Chrst 19:21.08 70
 71 #927 Dale, Andrew 11 Lipscomb Academy 19:22.41 71
 72 #963 Sellers, Gavin 9 Pope John Paul II 19:27.14 72
 73 #799 Campbell, Xian 10 Baylor School 19:31.76 73
 74 #959 Cline, Harrison 10 Pope John Paul II 19:33.13 74
 75 #960 de Giorgio, Owen 9 Pope John Paul II 19:35.87 75
 76 #961 Gafney, Nathan 9 Pope John Paul II 19:46.42 76
 77 #912 Slough, Parker 11 Knoxville Catholic 19:46.62 77
 78 #980 Beattie, John 12 St. Benedict-Aub 19:47.37 78
 79 #864 Keller, Max 11 Ensworth 19:54.32 79
 80 #924 Barnett, Carter 11 Lipscomb Academy 19:56.70 80
 81 #865 Rehm, Jackson 9 Ensworth 20:01.96 81
 82 #926 Cunningham, Jaden 10 Lipscomb Academy 20:05.02 82
 83 #862 Child, Roman 12 Ensworth 20:10.91 83
 84 #830 Sullivan, Drew 10 Briarcrest Chrst 20:12.71 84
 85 #983 Gleneck, Andy 12 St. Benedict-Aub 20:20.03 85
 86 #867 Vreeland, William 11 Ensworth 20:32.80 86
 87 #828 Johnson, Beck 10 Briarcrest Chrst 20:38.20 87
 88 #986 Young, Colby 12 St. Benedict-Aub 20:41.72 88
 89 #827 Haines, Isaiah 11 Briarcrest Chrst 20:42.47 89
 90 #941 McFadden, Rob 12 MUS 20:43.10 90
 91 #861 Butler, Fred 11 Ensworth 21:29.18 91
 92 #928 Jeans, Luke 10 Lipscomb Academy 21:36.82 92
 93 #829 Reed, Stott 10 Briarcrest Chrst 21:56.99 93
 94 #831 Evans, Luke 10 Briarcrest Chrst 22:05.84 94
 95 #929 Morrow, Will 10 Lipscomb Academy 22:33.48 95


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