Girls Varsity Cross Country · Girls Place 2nd in 5K run in Class 6A, Section 4 Meet
In the Cross Country Class 6A, Section 4 Meet, the Pelham girls finished in second place one point behind Helena. Helena won the event with 38 points while Pelham was second with 39 points and Walker was third with 47 points. Katie Strozier finished 2nd overall with a 21:42.59. In 4th place was Meredith Bass
Boys Varsity Cross Country, Girls Varsity Cross Country · Strozier & Bass Make AllCounty
On Tuesday, the Cross Country teams competed in the Shelby County Championships at Veterans Park in Alabaster. Despite a very hot, dusty course, Sophomores Katie Strozier and Meredith Bass had great races finishing 2nd and 4th respectively and earned All County. Top three for the Panthers on the men’s side were Robert Plummer, Dominic Fanella and Josh Madson.
Girls Varsity Cross Country · PHS XC & Track Alum- Erica Braswell Speegle
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Boys Varsity Cross Country, Girls Varsity Cross Country · Strozier Is Back to Back XC Champion
Mary Grace Strozier won the 2015 AHSAA 6A Girls Cross Country individual champion Saturday morning at the Oakville Indian Mounds Cross Country Course. Strozier defender her title by winning with a 18:36.38 to finish in first place. Mary Grace Strozier, a Samford University signee, won last season at the same event to lead the Lady
Girls Varsity Cross Country · Strozier comes in 1st Place in Tennessee XC Invite
Mary Grace Strozier wins the McCallie XC Invite in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Saturday. Strozier had a 12 second advantage over her closest competition during the event. The Pelham girls finished in sixth place overall. Mary Grace Strozier won the race with a 18:49.16 in the 5,000 meter run. Katie Strozier (21:23.84) finished in 28th place,
Boys Varsity Cross Country, Girls Varsity Cross Country · EarlyBird Classic Under the Lights
After multiple delays and over an hour of sitting in cars waiting out the lightening, the lady panthers toed the starting line at 9:20 pm. Mary Grace led the pack over the generator-lit course with her braids and glow in the dark ribbons flying behind her. Without anyone to challenge her, she easily won the
Multiple Teams · Board of Education recognizes Mary Grace Strozier & PHS Volleyball
Pelham City Board of Education recognized Mary Grace Strozier and the PHS Volleyball program last night at the December 8th board meeting. Mary Grace Strozier is the 6A Cross Country Champion and PHS Volleyball is the 6A State Runner Up. Congratulations!!