Three From Chattanooga Honored On TSWA All-State Cross Country Teams

McCallie's Simpson, Baylor's Greene And Signal Mountain's Richards Tapped

Thursday, January 20, 2022 - by Dennis Norwood

The Tennessee Sports Writers Association has announced its 2021 All-State Cross Country team. The list contains three Chattanooga runners, in Division II-AA, Evan Simpson of McCallie, was the lone selection in the boys division, while Baylor’s Addi Greene and Signal Mountain’s Maxine Richards were honored in the girls division.

Simpson, a sophomore, ran to a fourth place finish at last year’s state meet with a time of 15:59.98. His finish helped McCallie to a repeat of the state title.

Greene finished second at the state meet, completing the course in 18:34.60.

Baylor finished fourth in the team completion in Division II-AA. An eighth grader, Richards, helped the Lady Eagles to a second place finish at state with a time of 19:19.62. 

2021 Cross Country All-State teams
BOYS
A-AA
Jackson Martin, Creek Wood, Jr.
Will Douglas, Camden Central, Jr.
Tucker Allen, Chester County, Sr.
Abdul Jaber, Alcoa, Sr.
Colton King, Huntingdon, Jr.
 
AAA
Miles Ramer, Ravenwood, So.
Landen McNair, Bartlett, Sr.
Kaden Keller, Hardin Valley Academy, Sr.
Hays Adams, Germantown Houston, So.
Brody Chapman, Brentwood, Jr.
 
Division II-A
Connor Henson, Columbia Academy, Sr.
Trave Alexander, Battle Ground Academy, Sr.
Drew Johnson, Donelson Christian Academy, Jr.
Colten Lee, First Baptist Academy, Sr.
Austin Cason, University School of Nashville, Jr.
 
Division II-AA
Keegan Smith, Knoxville Catholic, Fr.
Luke Thompson, Brentwood Academy, So.
Ciro Albamont, Father Ryan, Sr.
Evan Simpson, McCallie School, So.
Kaleb Smith, Christian Brothers, So.
 
GIRLS
A-AA
Samantha Ouellette, Central Magnet, Sr.
Emma Kate Hamby, Central Magnet, Sr.
Kaitlyn Fisher, Anderson County, So.
Sophia Boutros, Page, Fr.
Maxine Richards, Signal Mountain, 8th grade
 
AAA
Kyra Hayes, Siegel, Sr.
Ann-Marie Braese, Arlington, Sr.
Andie-Marie Jones, Maryville, Sr.
Grace Lathrop, Farragut, Sr.
Jayne Halterman, Independence, So.
 
Division II-A
Abby Faith Cheeseman, Webb School-Bell Buckle, Fr.
Lauren Rutlin, St. George's Independent, Sr.
Auldyn Plant, University School of Nashville, Jr.
Alli Hylkema, Jackson Christian, Sr.
Sophie McInturff, Webb School-Bell Buckle, Fr.
 
Division II-AA

Bella Guillamondegui, Harpeth Hall, Jr.
Addi Greene, Baylor School, Fr.
Jazzlyn Garmer, Webb School-Knoxville, 8th grade
Calysta Garmer, Webb School-Knoxville, 8th grade
Molly Roush, Lipscomb Academy, So.

(Contact Prep Sports Editor Dennis Norwood at dennisnorwood56@gmail.com; follow him on Twitter at @noogasportsdude)



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