Holy Trinity runners, athletic director recognized

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Pictured above from left is Holy Trinity Classical Christian School’s Logan Lawson, Mills Langehans, and Athletic Director Josiah Tobin. Photo provided.

Holy Trinity Classical Christian School received top honors for their 2017 SCISA Class A season at the High School Sports Report (HSSR) fall banquet on Feb. 11. The keynote speaker for the event was University of South Carolina head volleyball coach, Tom Mendoza. 

Ninth grader, Mills Langehans took home the 2017 HSSR-SCISA Class A Girls’ Cross Country Runner of the Year for the 2nd year in a row. Langehans led her team to a consecutive SCISA state victory running a 20:20, wining the race by over two and a half minutes. 

Logan Lawson was named 2017 HSSR-SCISA Boys’ Cross Country All-State. Although Holy Trinity’s boys’ team narrowly missed defending their state title by two points due to the absence of some key runners, Lawson set a personal record in the race, placing third overall with a time of 18:23. 

Holy Trinity’s Athletic Director Josiah Tobin received the 2017 HSSR-SCISA Class A Girls’ Cross Country Coach of the Year award. “We were blessed to have another wonderful season competing at the SCISA state race. I was so proud of both of our teams and the tenacity they demonstrated throughout the season leading up to the big race.” Tobin continued, “I was immensely proud of the way our teams lived out our three goals: run fast, have fun, and give glory to God!”

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