Grady Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Cross Country Sweeps APS Championships

Atlanta, GA – Grady’s Boys and Girls Cross Country teams both won first place at the APS City Championships on Tuesday, October 8. The meet in Grant Park was run in the coolest weather of the season so far, and Grady took full advantage of the more comfortable conditions, turning in a dominant performance when

Cross Country Posts Strong Showing in 13th Annual “Run at the Rock”

Cartersville, GA – Cross Country traveled to Woodland High School early Saturday morning and made a strong statement in their second meet of the season. On the Boys side, Varsity placed 3rd overall and JV finished third in their division. The team was paced by Bram Mansbach, who finished fourth with a time of 16:33:60.

Grady Knights Athletic Booster Club Athletes of the Month

Congratulations to Aidan Goldston and Walden Jones, Grady Knights Athletic Booster Club Athletes of the Month for September.  Aidan and Walden are both senior leaders on the Grady Cross Country Team.  Aidan and Walden were nominated by their coaches in recognition of their 1st Place finishes in the APS Cross Country Championship Race.  Congratulations, Aidan

Cross Country Teams Finish in 5th Place at State Championship

Before dawn on Friday, November 3, the Grady Cross Country team boarded a bus and headed to Carrollton, Georgia for the GHSA State Championship Meet. The team was heading to the race that had been their goal since the first sweltering Summer run through Candler Park. This is the fifth year in a row that

Grady Cross Country Sweeps Region Meet!

On Thursday, October 26, 2017, the Grady Cross Country team traveled to Boundary Waters in Douglas County to compete at the Region 6-AAAAA Championships.  The team has been training intensely with an eye toward State all season. The team’s performance at Region is proof that the efforts are worth it.  Grady teams won first place

Cross-Country Volunteers

On September 7, the Grady Cross-Country team combined practice with philanthropy to show their support for the runners in the Corporate Challenge. The team ran from Grady High School to Phillips Arena where they filled 20,000 cups of water to hand out to over 16,000 race participants from more than 400 Atlanta companies. After passing