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PhotoRun's South region photo album - 28 shots from A to W
Brian Sullivan TX 14:46 leads four Texas buddies into the national
finals with third best time ever at McAlpine Park;
Strang comes back from anemia
Brian Sullivan and Erik Stanley lead the Texas charge in Charlotte.
Third is the South region surprise, James Strang.
photo by Debbie Harris
Brian Sullivan hits the tape
photo by Brian J. Myers, PhotoRun
Ricky Quintana's Quotes
Brian Sullivan 1 st place
Brian Sullivan: It went awesome. I had a lot of fun out in this race. I wasn't
too nervous beforehand. I think that really helps.
RQ: Down the hill, you looked great. It was impressive.
Sullivan: I knew in order to win to a least have shot at winning, I would have
to make my move before two miles. I knew the perfect spot would be coming out
of the woods coming down the hill when everyone is around, pushing you. Everybody's
cheering you. That's a perfect spot. I knew beforehand that I had to do it there.
RQ: You led. Was that your strategy here?
Sullivan: I wanted to go out a little conservatively the first half mile because
everyone goes out extremely fast., but then coming up the hill, I wanted
to at least be in the lead pack or leading by myself. I knew if I could
do that and all I had to do is push the next mile and I'd be done.
RQ: They were really pressing you that last half mile.
Sullivan: The guy who ended up getting third, James Strang, came up on me with
400m left and he turns to me and says “We got this baby, come on!” and I was
like “All right man!” So he started going and we passed the two mile marker and
I started going a little bit and he started coming with me just a little bit
and then fell back. I guessed he got nipped by Erik Stanley at the line.
RQ: You were looking back a lot in the last bit.
Sullivan: Ah man. I just wanted to make sure that I had enough of a lead to where
if I faltered just a little bit, it wouldn't hurt me or cost me the whole race.
Also, to make sure how my team was doing, The Texas guys did awesome today.
I'm really proud of that.
RQ: Were you pleased with your 14:47?
Sullivan: I wanted to get that record really bad. Alan Webb is a deserving guy.
He can keep it.
RQ: Did you ever imagine running that fast?
Sullivan: Ahh man, no. I remember when I was a freshman, seeing Webb run
that, that was just unbelievable. Just being able to run near that fast. It feels
RQ: Did you think that's what it would take to win it?
Sullivan: Oh yeah. Just like last year, there was going to be a ton of guys vying
for the top eight spots. The winner was going to have to run extremely fast in
order to win. I knew that that was what it was going to have to take. Definitely,
in the lead pack, there were some really really tough guys that could run under 14:50
any day. I knew it was definitely going to take a top five, top ten all
time performance to win.
RQ: I know last year, you didn't reach your goals. Last Foot Locker nationals
was pretty disappointing for you.
RQ: What are you looking at this year?
Sullivan: Improvement. That's all. Don't get last again. That's all, man. I don't
think a top fifteen performance there is unrealistic. I definitely want to make
All American. That's the goal I had last year. I didn't accomplish that at all.
I was nowhere near it. I think this year, it will be more realistic.
RQ: I guess you and the Texas boys communicate a lot.
Sullivan: Yeah, I race against all these guys every week. We've been talking
about the track season. This cross country season. This race. We're really pumped
up about this year at Texas Relays. We're going to get a bunch of guys to go
after the state two mile record. It's run at night. It would be a
pretty good weather. I think Andy Biladeau is going to run that too. I think
Charles Hampton from Phoenix is going to end up coming over too. If we get all
those guys and all the Texas guys over there, then, its going to be an awesome
RQ: How do you feel this year compared to last for nationals?
Sullivan: Last year, we raced at like noon. I didn't eat at all before the race.
I think I'm definitely going to do that. I'll definitely eat before that. I think
this year, I'm going in more confident. Especially with this win. Last year,
I just happened to be there, pretty much. I didn't really think too much about
it. This year, I'm more focused and more confident, definitely. I have a really
good shot at reaching my goals.
Erik Stanley, 2 nd place
RQ: How did the race go?
Erik Stanley: It was a lot of fun. It was really fast. We went out fast. There
was a lot of guys up there so I just tried to...not go out too fast and get too
worried and start thinking about it too much. And then, a lot of Texas guys started
to come around and surrounded me and that made me feel comfortable. I just tried
to stay with guys that I knew that were trying to do well also. I just tried
to go with them and move up.
RQ: Did you think you had a chance at Brian and them? He was looking around an
Stanley : At that part of the race, I hadn't decided if I was going to race two
more weeks or I was going to drop off and let it go. I think that's what I've
done the last couple of races, but this one I made sure I didn't do that. I just
kept the pace going and ended up right behind him and stay close to him. Who
knows. He had a great race. I'm really excited for him.
RQ: Did the coolness bother you much?
Stanley : No, I don't think too much in the race. I love this coolness. I had
some stuff to wear, but I ended up not wearing it. It wasn't too bad. It was
cool this morning, but it was perfect for the race.
RQ: Any predictions for Footlocker?
Stanley : I just want to do something similar to today. Just run my race and
do what I'm capable of doing. It's going to be a great experience. I'm excited
James Strang 3 rd place
RQ: Can you go over that story you were telling me earlier?
James Strang: Earlier in the season, back in August, Baylor (his high
school) requires everyone to go in for a physical. I went in, I got my
physical taken, got my finger pricked. They looked at my blood and said “something's
up, something's not right.” So I went in I got more blood tests and they
found out I had iron anemia. So that was a big shock. My first 5k race
of the season, I ran 17 minutes. It was slower than my freshman year.
Slowly, I kept with it and told myself “ I'm going to do this, I'm going
to get over this.” So, come city, I
go out, I hadn't raced for like four weeks. I win the race and run like a 15:28.
I blew everybody out of the water by like 30 seconds. A week later I go out and
run 15:00 at the region. State, I go out and run a 15:09 and get third in the
state. The past four weeks, I've been training for this one saying, “I'm going
to do it. I'm going to do it.” I come out here and go out hard. I wasn't going
to back down. I actually ended up duking it out with Brian for a little while
around the lake. I got third. I'm pumped. I'm psyched. I've never been to California
before so I'm pretty excited.
RQ: Did you have any notion that you could do this?
Strang: I just kept telling myself, “ It's all mental. I've done everything.” For
four years, I've been training. This past year, I've put in a tremendous amount
of work. So much, that it made me iron anemic. I worked so hard. I came up here
and thought there is no reason that I shouldn't come up here and win this thing.
I came out here and duked it out and came in third. It's awesome.
RQ: What's your previous best in track?
Strang: In track, I haven't done so much. My freshman year, I did both track
and soccer. Sophomore year, I did kind of the mile thing, 4:40 or so. Nothing
really big. Actually, last year, I just did swimming. I swam in the winter. It
will be exciting to see what happens this spring in track.
RQ: When you were running up here with those guys, did you have any doubts
that you could run with those guys?
Strang: No, I was just like, “ I'm not going to let my mind play doubts with
me. Just try to get away and keep going and going.”
RQ: Did you know who you were running with?
Strang: Kind of. On the sides, other people were saying things. I was like,
ok, I know who they are, but I really try to block all that out and just run.
Just keep going. So that's what I did.
Scott MacPherson, 4 th place
Scott MacPherson: It started just like I expected. It was pretty fast. I was
noticing that ahead of me were a couple of Texas guys, so I know we were doing
pretty good. Once we made the u-turn into the woods, it was pretty tough.
There was a lot of pushing and shoving. I got spiked a couple of times. I tried
to stay in the top ten, top fifteen. I wanted to keep the front guys in my
sights so I could make a move later on. I was talking to Andy earlier. He said,
don't lead around the pond if you can help it so I didn't do that. I just tried
to stay behind Sullivan. By the pond, I was in second; we had gone over the hill.
Back in the woods, the guy from Tennessee caught me and said, “Hey, let's go
do it!” So we started gaining on Sullivan. He caught up to him. I was a little
further back. Erik Stanley caught up to me as we were coming out of the woods.
He passed me, caught up to Sullivan. Going around the pond, I was giving everything
I had. I knew I had a good chance of making it. I was hoping that nobody would
catch me from behind. I felt pretty good.
RQ: Do you think this course favored your style of running?
MacPherson: Uh-huh. Especially, this race. I tend to go out really fast
in my races. So the fact that we went out in a 4:30 or something like that, I
think that helped a lot because I was used to it and that could have been a disadvantage
to a lot of the other guys.
RQ: Did you feel the effects of your Texas state meet?
MacPherson: I had a week off in between, so I had the chance of putting a couple
of more miles on and then I could take off the miles and focus on more speed.
The weather was definitely a lot different from Texas and that took some
getting used to. I got here two days earlier so I could kind of get used to breathing
it and running in it a couple of times so I felt good about it.
RQ: Overall, how are you feeling about your effort?
MacPherson: Awesome. I gave everything I could. I was tightening up in the
end. I think the cold just got to me a little bit. I feel great. I'm extremely
happy with what I did.
RQ: All these Texas boys are going to have a little team.
MacPherson: Of yeah. We're pumped. The first thing we said after we finished
at state.... we were in the finishing chute and I turned around and saw Sullivan
and Stanley, I said “Foot Locker, let's do it! It's time.” We were getting pumped
up even back then. We were really excited about it.
RQ: Did you all talk about strategy before the race?
MacPherson: We knew we wanted to run as a team. We knew we had a deep Texas
field. We knew if we ran together and tried to help each other, we could do
it. During the race, I found Sullivan on the hill and we kind of helped each
other through the hill. Stanley and me kind of helped each other in the back
woods. We tend to do that. Even at state and regional, we find each other
at the beginning of the race and just go. We knew we could do it together better
than separately. It worked out.
RQ: That's kind of unusual. You figure In Texas, you think big rivalries.
MacPherson: Oh no man. You're always out for the win, but you're happy for
the other guys because there is so much Texas pride. You can't get better than
Andrew Bumbalough, 5 th place
Andrew Bumbalough: It went really well. I was really excited about qualifying.
RQ: You were one of the favorites. Did you feel any pressure?
Bumbalough: I thought about it a little bit. I definitely wanted to qualify.
I thought I maybe had a chance to pull out the win. The main goal was qualifying
so I was really happy with that.
RQ: What was your strategy?
Bumbalough: I wanted to go out and have a chance. Just stay on the leaders.
I didn't want to take it out ridiculously fast. I went out in 4:40. That's
what I was comfortable with. I was happy with that. I just continued and the
pace stayed the same and I was just happy with how it ended.
RQ: You did very well at Great American. That's a pretty tough course and the
nationals is a pretty tough course. What do you think about that?
Bumbalough: I definitely like a tough course. I think it puts a little more
pressure on some other people. I'm used to it. In Tennessee, there's rolling
hills. I definitely like the hills.
RQ: What do you think about two Tennesseans making it?
Bumbalough: That's huge. James is a nice guy. I raced him at state. We're
pretty good friends. I'm pretty excited about him making it as well.
RQ: Are you pleased with your time?
Bumbalough: Definitely. It's huge PR for me. I went through at 14:23 for three
miles. I ran 14:44 at state so it's a huge improvement for me.
RQ: You've made a huge improvement this year. What do you credit that to?
Bumbalough: I put in a lot more miles this year. I just kept consistent with
my training. I think that's paid off for me this year.
RQ: What does it mean to be one of the top 32 in the country?
Bumbalough: It's exciting, definitely. You can take it two ways. You can put
a lot of pressure on your self or you can remain relaxed and prepare for
the national race.
RQ: Any predictions for the national race?
Bumbalough: I don't know I'm just going to race as hard as I can. I'm not going
to make any predictions or anything like that. I'm just going to go out. I know
there are going to be a lot of good guys there
Erick Mack, 6 th place
Erick Mack: It was pretty tough. We went out fast, but that's what you can
expect on this course. There was a lot of pushing and shoving. My legs got
pretty battered.(Pointing to his bloody knee) I took a knee once and went down
and took a couple of spikes. It's all about heart here. I'll tell you that
RQ: Did your brother have any advice to offer you?
Mack: You know, I sort of thought of myself as an underdog and he ended
up telling me to get out hard and just hang on and you can do it.
RQ: That last bit around the lake was pretty impressive. You passed four people
Mack: I always have a nice kick. But you know when you are going to leave
35 degree weather and head into to 65 degree weather in California , you'll do
a lot to get there. I just had to give it all I had.
RQ: Did you expect to be up there like that?
Mack: I figured I had as good a shot as most of the kids. You had to just get
out in the front. Once you get out in the front, you stay out in the front here.
RQ: Your time was a big improvement over state time.
Mack: Yeah, sub 15 compared to a 16:24. I just PR'ed by about 50 seconds. I
was really happy about that.
RQ: What was the difference between state and this race?
Mack: Bad day and good day. I had a bad race at state. I had to just shake
it off. Everyone was really encouraging. I did some great workouts and I had
the confidence. I had to get right back into it.
RQ: So, two Mack brothers into the finals in successive years. Does that mean
a lot to you?
Mack: Yes, it does. My parents are happy, my coach is happy. Me and my brother
are really happy. I just want to continue the success.
.Nick Hutchins, 7 th place
RQ: you seemed really primed for this race. Did you have high expectations?
Hutchins: Yeah, top eight was my goal. My legs were feeling a little nervous.
I had some tension, but I got out there and basically made top eight. That was
my goal all year.
RQ: Knowing this course.........
Hutchins: It's a huge advantage to know where to make my moves. All the guys
have run it before. It's a huge advantage. I'm just glad I made it.
RQ: 15:12 you ran earlier this year, must have given you tremendous confidence.
Hutchins: Last year, at Footlocker, I finished 67th in the seeded race. That
was a learning experience for me. So to run good on this course, by myself, was
a big mental.... I needed that real bad. I'm just glad.
RQ: Was it intimidating being around some of the guys you were running with?
Hutchins: No, I knew I could run with these guys. I had a great track season
last year and I won states. So, I knew I could run with these guys. I wasn't
intimidated at all.
RQ: What are your expectations for Footlocker nationals?
Hutchins: I haven't really thought about it that much. My coach and I were
thinking top sixteen;hopefully, All-American. That would be great. I would
love to get that. I'm just glad I made it. That was my goal all year to make
it. Anything at nationals is fine with me.
Kyle Miller, 8 th place
Kyle Miller: It went really really well. Last year, I didn't do too well.
I think I started out really fast. This year, I started out kind of conservative
in the middle of the pack and worked my way up about a mile and half into. The
third mile, that's probably where I made my biggest move. I was coming around
the lake and someone said I was in eighth so I kicked as hard as I could. I got
eighth by less than a second I think. I'm very very happy.
RQ: Texas state meet didn't go that well for you. Did that weigh on your mind?
Miller: Yeah, it did a lot. I didn't have a very good day at state so of course
training for this, I was thinking I had to make up for state. Come out here and
do the best I can. It's my senior year. I'm really pleased. I'm really
pleased with how I did.
RQ: This has been a goal of yours for a long time.
Miller: Exactly. It feels great to finally do it. Last year, I didn't have
my best race, of course, but this year, even though I got eighth, I'm really
excited to go to nationals.
RQ: Do you think you have a big race waiting for you in San Diego ?
Miller: I think I do. I feel like I haven't peaked yet. I feel like I still
have a couple of workouts left in me. I think I have one more race in me. I'm
going to give it all I got.
RQ: Any predictions?
Miller: I don't know. I want to get top fifteen. I've never been before
so I'm going to guess top fifteen.
Andy Biladeau, 16 th place
Andy Biladeau: It went pretty well. I had a good day, I think. Things went
out pretty quick and it kind of didn't suit my style, but I did what could.
I'm pretty happy with it. I pride myself on doing well in big races and I think
I did respectable. I won't go too unhappy. I have a state title and I was the
top Florida guy, so I can't be too unhappy, but you always want more.
RQ: Did you expect the race to be as quick as it was?
Biladeau: Not really. I thought it would thin out a little sooner than it did.
It took a while for it to thin out. When it did, I was too far back to get back
into contact. I did as well as I could. I think I got nine guys in the last mile
or so. It's not too bad.
2003 Foot Locker South Regional
Seeded Boys Results
November 29, 2003
Seeded Boys Results
3.10 Miles, 5.00 Kilometers
1 Brian Sullivan (12) Spring, TX 14:46
2 Erik Stanley (12) Spring, TX 14:48
3 James Strang (12) Signal Mountain, TN 14:51
4 Scott MacPherson (11) Plano, TX 14:56
5 Andrew Bumbalough (11) Brentwood, TN 14:58
6 Eric Mack (12) Winston Salem, NC 14:59
7 Nicholas Hutchins (12) Raleigh, NC 15:02
8 Kyle Miller (12) Katy, TX 15:02
9 Hari Mix (12) Charlottesville, VA 15:03
10 Christo Landry (12) Falls Church, VA 15:07
11 Robert Longoria (12) Hope Mills, NC 15:16
12 Alejandro Ruiz (12) Elgin, TX 15:19
13 Aaron Snyder (12) Oklahoma City, OK 15:20
14 Leonel Manzano (12) Macdona, TX 15:20
15 Logan Sherman (12) Dallas, TX 15:22
16 Andy Biladeau (11) Lutz, FL 15:22
17 Bryce Iverson (11) Manassas, VA 15:23
18 Justin Smith (12) Spring, TX 15:24
19 Alex Miletich (12) Tallahassee, FL 15:25
20 Jack Bolas (10) Chapel Hill, NC 15:25
21 Steven Tobin (12) Springfield, VA 15:25
22 Christian Wilder (12) Versailles, KY 15:26
23 Michael Chapa (10) Glen Allen, VA 15:27
24 Odon Villegas (12) Holly Springs, NC 15:28
25 John Brigham (12) Mobile, AL 15:29
26 Jesus Rojas (12) Angier, NC 15:30
27 Sam Bryfczynski (11) Marietta, GA 15:30
28 David Groff (12) Centreville, VA 15:31
29 Jeff Rhodes (11) Florence, AL 15:31
30 Bryan Sharkey (11) Miami, FL 15:31
31 Brian Gosnell (12) Tahlequah, OK 15:32
32 Dane Hurtubise (12) Spring, TX 15:34
33 Derrick Robbins (11) Newport News, VA 15:36
34 Ryan Curran (11) Winston Salem, NC 15:36
35 Charles Slick (12) Atlanta, GA 15:36
36 Nicholas Stephens (11) Atlanta, GA 15:37
37 Nathaniel Blank (12) Frakes, KY 15:37
38 Jacob Jones (12) TX 15:37
39 Kevin Ondrasek (11) North Richland Hills, TX 15:38
40 Jeremy Criscione (11) Interlachen, FL 15:38
41 Christopher Mocko (12) Mc Lean, VA 15:38
42 Jake Morse (12) Arlington, TX 15:39
43 Denton Jones (12) Knoxville, TN 15:39
44 Daniel Gerber (10) Spring, TX 15:39
45 Robert Bedsole (11) Bessemer, AL 15:40
46 Reid Wilson (11) Columbia, SC 15:40
47 Steven Bell (10) Land O Lakes, FL 15:42
48 Chris Mullaney (11) Neptune Beach, FL 15:42
49 Ben Schulz (11) Spring, TX 15:42
50 Brett Olson (12) Flower Mound, TX 15:45
51 John Compton (12) Matthews, NC 15:45
52 Andrew Press (12) Knoxville, TN 15:46
53 Ricardo Estremera (12) Trujillo Alto, PR 15:46
54 Matt Bierlein (12) Orlean, VA 15:46
55 Bryan Christian (12) Altamonte Springs, FL 15:47
56 Trever Beesley (12) Greenwood, SC 15:48
57 Scott Gemberling (12) Grafton, WV 15:48
58 Ryley Miller (12) Snellville, GA 15:49
59 Sandy Roberts (10) Raleigh, NC 15:49
60 Enoch Nadler (12) Keystone Heights, FL 15:50
61 Tedla Fanta (12) Houston, TX 15:51
62 Paul Longoria (12) Hope Mills, NC 15:51
63 Shane Young (12) Reston, VA 15:52
64 Thad Schroeder (12) Lexington, KY 15:52
65 Patterson Wilhelm (10) Lynchburg, VA 15:52
66 Javier Herrera (12) Pharr, TX 15:53
67 Nicholas Sunseri (12) Raleigh, NC 15:55
68 Nathan Krah (12) Bradenton, FL 15:55
69 Denides Velez (12) Arecibo, PR 15:55
70 Brian Raymond (12) Columbia, SC 15:56
71 Wallace Campbell (12) Montgomery, AL 15:56
72 Michael Eaton (10) Bowling Green, KY 15:56
73 Brad Clark (11) Burke, VA 15:57
74 Hernandez Luis (12) San Juan, TX 15:57
75 Will Williams (12) Lexington, VA 15:57
76 Ryan Basler (12) Winston Salem, NC 15:58
77 James Scheiner (12) Centreville, VA 15:58
78 Mathew Van Der Meer (12) Lexington, KY 15:59
79 Stephen Largen (12) Chapel Hill, NC 15:59
80 Matt Roberson (12) Lawrenceville, GA 16:00
81 Matt Manly (12) Leander, TX 16:02
82 Steve Curley (11) Orlando, FL 16:02
83 Robert Scribner (12) Tupelo, MS 16:03
84 Josh Pawlik (11) Birmingham, AL 16:03
85 Stephan Smith (12) Miccosukee Cpo, FL 16:04
86 Scott Hans (12) Middleburg, FL 16:04
87 Kenny Blount (12) Lawrenceville, GA 16:05
88 Paul Fitzpatrick (12) Ocala, FL 16:06
89 Colby Keithan (12) Katy, TX 16:07
90 Michael Hanson (12) Keller, TX 16:07
91 Chris Miller (12) Carrollton, TX 16:08
92 Kinsey Dinnel (12) Loranger, LA 16:08
93 Alex Ray (12) Oak Ridge, NC 16:08
94 Jacob Simmons (12) Houma, LA 16:09
95 Garrett Jones (12) Spring, TX 16:09
96 Burt Hicks (12) Hot Springs, AR 16:09
97 Chase Eckard (11) Granite Falls, NC 16:10
98 Kyle Lewis (12) Bay Saint Louis, MS 16:10
99 Eric Harris (11) Conway, AR 16:10
100 Ryan Jank (12) Spartanburg, SC 16:10
101 Patrick Morgan (11) Danville, KY 16:11
102 Asmeron Desta (12) Old Fort, NC 16:11
103 Jody Broccoli Hickey (12) Tomball, TX 16:12
104 Kurt Able (12) Zephyrhills, FL 16:12
105 Eric Mayes (11) Pensacola, FL 16:12
106 Dustin Whitlow (12) Gainesville, VA 16:13
107 Lawson Yow (12) Marietta, GA 16:13
108 Saji Girvan (11) Atlanta, GA 16:13
109 Ben Smith (12) Chapel Hill, NC 16:14
110 Dustin Joubert (12) Coppell, TX 16:14
111 Corey Ray (11) Coppell, TX 16:15
112 Danel Slaydon (12) Ridgeway, VA 16:15
113 Patrick Daly (11) Louisville, KY 16:15
114 Andrew Grant (12) Athens, GA 16:17
115 Drew Midland (11) Virginia Beach, VA 16:18
116 Andrew Felts (11) Lewisville, NC 16:19
117 Andrew Waring (12) Waterford, VA 16:19
118 Daniel Howard (12) Richmond, VA 16:19
119 Lex Hultquist (11) Knoxville, TN 16:20
120 Eduardo Colon Reyes (12) Cayey, PR 16:20
121 Matt Hernandez (12) San Antonio, TX 16:20
122 Nicholas Stump (12) Cary, NC 16:21
123 Brandon Jones (11) Charlotte, NC 16:21
124 Donald Gies (12) Owasso, OK 16:22
125 Lief Thomason (12) Satellite Beach, FL 16:22
126 Alex Hoeg (12) Friendswood, TX 16:23
127 Casey Gramling (11) Roswell, GA 16:23
128 Ryan Workman (10) Chapel Hill, NC 16:24
129 Kevin Schwab (9) Mustang, OK 16:25
130 Andrew Montes (11) Colleyville, TX 16:25
131 David Forry (12) Lutz, FL 16:26
132 Ryan McClay (12) Lawrenceville, GA 16:27
133 Keith Knapp (12) Florence, KY 16:27
134 Thomas Christiansen (12) Cedar Park, TX 16:27
135 Joel Hanlon (12) Winchester, VA 16:28
136 Brad Mouse (12) Moodys, OK 16:28
137 Justin Harbor (10) Melbourne, FL 16:31
138 Chase Wilson (11) Paducah, KY 16:31
139 Andy Florek (10) Kenner, LA 16:31
140 Bradley Morris (11) Peachtree City, GA 16:32
141 Timothy McLeod (11) Jacksonville, FL 16:32
142 Aaron Greer (11) Round Rock, TX 16:32
143 Mitchell Graw (10) Raleigh, NC 16:33
144 Justin Adams (12) Patrick Springs, VA 16:33
145 Beck Mitchell (11) Highland Village, TX 16:33
146 Danny Howick (12) Burke, VA 16:34
147 Jared Carson (12) Smyrna, GA 16:34
148 Jeremy Hyder (12) Hickory, NC 16:34
149 David Guerdan (12) Raleigh, NC 16:35
150 Brian Dugan (11) Goshen, KY 16:37
151 William Bailey (12) Wendell, NC 16:37
152 Sinai Lopez (11) Pharr, TX 16:38
153 Jacen Lanclos (12) Prairieville, LA 16:38
154 Matthew Weingardt (12) Pewee Valley, KY 16:39
155 Joffroi Holcombe (12) Alexandria, LA 16:39
156 Travis Hunnicutt (12) Madison, VA 16:39
157 Jacob Fortney (12) Central City, KY 16:40
158 Clint Breland (12) West Monroe, LA 16:40
159 Marcus Coleman (11) Jacksonville, FL 16:41
160 Matt Gordon (12) Dacula, GA 16:41
161 Vidal Ruiz Jr (10) Mission, TX 16:42
162 Nelson Walker (11) Woodstock, GA 16:42
163 Chris Bruce (12) Atlanta, GA 16:43
164 David Pleines (12) Guyton, GA 16:43
165 Joshua Carson (12) Smyrna, GA 16:43
166 Kelly Watt (11) Charlottesville, VA 16:44
167 Jonathan Barrow (12) Bradenton, FL 16:44
168 David Conerly (11) Hattiesburg, MS 16:44
169 Buck Walton (11) Richmond, VA 16:45
170 Dan Gura (10) Chapel Hill, NC 16:45
171 Will McGee (12) Scottsboro, AL 16:46
172 Zack McKee (10) Morganton, NC 16:46
173 Zaven O'Bryant (12) Douglasville, GA 16:47
174 Michael Hague (12) Lilburn, GA 16:48
175 Perry Morris (11) Leander, TX 16:48
176 Zachary Koehler (11) Union, KY 16:49
177 Ricki Semones (12) Louisville, KY 16:50
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186 Robby Stevens (12) Metairie, LA 16:55
187 Emmanuel Lopez (12) Sullivan City, TX 16:55
188 Ron Duncan (10) Flemingsburg, KY 16:56
189 Brad O'Neil (12) Stuarts Draft, VA 16:56
190 Jonathan Gest (11) Cypress, TX 16:56
191 Xavier Rutz (12) Cary, NC 16:57
192 Jake Wilke (12) Pompano Beach, FL 16:57
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195 Brian Doyle (12) Jacksonville, FL 16:58
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197 Patrick Aucoin (11) New Orleans, LA 16:59
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248 Jesse Thill (12) Fayetteville, AR 17:42
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253 Drew Woods (12) Kennesaw, GA 17:47
254 Aaron Jefferson (11) Rogers, AR 17:48
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259 Chris Bishop (11) Rome, GA 17:55
260 Paul Leak (11) Durham, NC 18:01
261 Logan Dean (12) Quantico, VA 18:08
262 Nate Flieg (12) Lilburn, GA 18:13
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265 Ryan Morgan (12) Lawrenceburg, KY 18:20
266 Brett Carter (11) Tulsa, OK 18:25
267 Idilio Campos (11) TX 18:27
268 Clayton Hofstra (12) Largo, FL 18:27
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