Mike Moore Shrine Bowl Run Team Announced

The South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association (SCTCCCA) announced the 2019 Mike Moore Shrine Bowl Run. The team consists of 17 females and 24 males. 

The 33-mile relay run is Dec. 21. It starts at Greenville Shriner's Hospital and ends at Gibbs Stadium on the campus of Wofford in Spartanburg. 

Kevin Wyatt (Byrnes) is the head coach and John Jones (Waccamaw) is serving as the assistant coach. The 2019 running assignments will be released after Thanksgiving break, the SCTCCCA told scrunners.com. 


Tristan Kaplan (May River), Coen Roberts (Greer), Connor Buckless (T.L. Hanna), Brannon Burns (York), Steven Chappell (Easley), Brandon Clark (Ashley Ridge), Scott Daughtry (T.L. Hanna), Ethan Dyer (River Bluff), Micah Gilpatrick (Greer), Jacob Ho (Spring Valley), William Johnson (Lexington), Dalton Jones (Fort Mill), Thomas McDonough (J.L. Mann), Brendan McTigue (St. Joseph's), Jackson Reid (Dorman), Jonathan Roberts (Byrnes), Carter Sexton (Dorman), Solomon Shafer (Lexington), Seth Sharpe (Wren), Austin Spencer (T.L. Hanna), TJ Thigpen (Byrnes), Eddie Urban (Dorman), Dalton White (Greer) and Noah Woodbury (Summerville). 


Mari Cagle Lockhart (Daniel), Alexus Atkins (Landrum), Cara Bognar (Eastside), Allie Clemens (White Knoll), Jessie Crowley (Riverside), Page Dickey (Dorman), Katy Hall (Irmo), Katerina Hendrix (Dorman), Elise Matthews (Wren), Macey Morgan (Mauldin), Faith Nelson (Dorman), Sydney Palmer (Stratford), Emma Peluso (May River), Lillian Taylor (J.L. Mann), Leah Trusty (Greer Middle College), Morgan Werner (Nation Ford) and Anna Yang (Riverside). 

The Mike Moore Shrine Bowl Run in South Carolina was started in 1986 by Everett Stoudenmire, with the help of the South Carolina Track and Cross-Country Coaches Association. The Shriner's Hospital for Children has received more than 51 million dollars from Shrine Bowl Games across the United States. The first Carolina Shrine Bowl football game was played in Charlotte in 1937.

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