2022 MHSAA 4A State Meet Recap: Mooreville and Corinth Sweep

*Ross Evans finishing the MHSAA 4A State Championship to lead Corinth to a team title
Photo Credits: Chris Bell

It was a successful day across the board for Corinth High School. Taking home the boy's and girl's team titles, the Warriors were on a mission.

Leading the way for Corinth High in the guy's race was the senior Ross Evans. He capped off his high school running career in dominating fashion, with a runner-up finish in only his second ever MHSAA 4A Cross Country State Championship appearance.

The freshman, Nathanial Wilbanks finished closely behind Evans in third, adding two low sticks to Corinth's scoring. Parker Legoff was their third runner across the line, and Will Steward rounded out the top ten overall as Corinth's fourth runner.

This race marks yet another title to Corinth's trophy case. Dating back the 2015, the Corinth boys have taken home six state titles, proving they are, at this point, nothing short of a dynasty.

On the individual front, Mooreville took home title. The senior and Blue Mountain commit, Lukas Dykes had a dream ending to his high school cross country career. 

From the start of the gun, Dykes wasted no time to take the lead. Ross Evans and Caiden Ivy were in hot pursuit  following closely behind, but Dykes remained calm and controlled in the front of the pack.

*Lukas Dykes (Mooreville High School) taking the victory

Photo Credits: Chris Bell

Going into the final kilometer, he held his lead. Finishing in a time of 16:49, Dykes snagged the victory and his first ever state title for Mooreville. 


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