Ashley XC- Boys
Eligible high school seniors can apply for this year's WRRC scholarship program from January 1st. This week, we meet Ashley senior boys.
3. Ashley High School Boys XC, Wilmington
Coach: Shawn McKee
Assistants: Peyton Chitty, Duke Hagestom & Sue Butler
Thank you to Coach Chitty for the words & pics!
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John is at the top of his class in both academics and leadership. John is a true leader on the team and president of the student body. His vibrant personality always brings out the best in everyone.
He goes by Nacho. He provides comic relief for the team.
Gains has been on varsity for several years and has a quiet confidence about him. There is nothing quiet about his running however. Gains continues to have a solid performances whenever he runs. He always leaves everything out there on the course
With Field, we call on him to fill the last varsity spot and he always comes through in the clutch.
Lucas came to us his senior year but has come a long way in a short time. He works hard and always shows up.
Luke Scacheri -team captain
I can’t say enough about Luke. He has been the team leader since his sophomore year and is always at the top of his game. He leads by example on and off the field of play. I can’t think of a harder working kid than Luke. He gives 110% in the classroom, at practice, in the track and on the XC course. He will be truly missed.
Alex has been on the XC and track teams and is a complete monster in the 800m and 4x800m relay. He excels at the mid distance but can always be counted on to score points in XC as well.
Jacob came to us during his sophomore year after suffering several concussions with football. Football’s loss was our gain as he has earned a spot on the boys varsity team. Jacob’s lighthearted personality, and approach to cross country and track, have been contagious to others and contributes to a fun atmosphere. Jacob shows you can have fun and work hard at the same time.
He is late to the running game but gives it 100% every time. He will be joining the army in June.
Caleb has worked his way onto varsity for the past two years and can always be counted on to run his hardest and come through for the team. Caleb lives and breathes cross country and track. Caleb, Luke and Gaines are the three amigos, and the team will miss them when they graduate.
Vito moved to us from New York. He became best friends with John Skelton, who introduced him to cross country. He is another one who contributes greatly to our team GPA and is one of the most well-rounded kids I’ve ever met.
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