Mount Olive College sports
By News-Argus Staff
Published in Sports on October 11, 2004 1:55 PM
Insley leads MOC
NEWTON -- Tim Insley paced Mount Olive College by finishing 17th out of 68 runners at the Lenoir-Rhyne Cross Country Invitational at Newton. Insley ran the 8K course in a time of 28:27.
Christof Franzsen placed 51st at 31:47, while Fernando Crisosto finished 56th at 32:57.
In the women's race, Becky Garrod placed 45th out of 52 runners in the 5K with a time of 25:07. Jillian Pruett finished 50th at 28:03, while Nicky Ross was 52nd at 34:54.
Mount Olive competes in the ECU Invitational Saturday morning at Greenville.
TEACH tennis tops Warrior JVs
The TEACH tennis team pulled out a 5-4 win over the Eastern Wayne JV tennis team Thursday in a match played at the Warriors' home courts.
TEACH used doubles wins at Nos 1 and 3 doubles to break a 3-3 tie after singles matches. Winning in singles for Eastern Wayne (8-5) were Karry Burnette, Minerva Rodriguez and Jana Painter.
Teach 5, Eastern Wayne 4
Singles -- No. 1 Caroline Finch (T) d. Nicole Fine 8-4. No. 2 Karry Burnette (EW) d. R. Hankins by default. No. 3 Destiny Lever (T) d. Cindy Clarkson 8-3. No. 4 Lisa Hankins (T) d. Sarah Carpenter 8-6. No. 5 Minerva Rodriguez (EW) d. Stacy Riddle 8-1, No. 6 Jana Painter (EW) d. Kyle Riddle (T) 8-1.
Doubles -- No. 1 D.Cuddington-Finch (T) d. Fine-Carpenter 8-2. No. 2 Brantley-Burnette (EW) d. Lever-Hankins 8-6. No. 3 S.Riddle-T.Cuddington (T) d. Leuton-Clarkson 8-4.
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