Hammond’s girls cross country team had a string showing at the Pee Dee Classic invitational meet on Saturday in Florence.
The Skyhawks, the only SCISA entry in the 12-school field, produced a second-place finish behind Waccamaw. Hammond scored 66 points, 11 of the pace of the winning Warriors.
Individually, sophomore Catherine Herring added to the solid Skyhawks performance with a third place finish and a time of 21 minutes, 55 seconds.
Senior Sarah Dobbs also cracked the Top 10, finishing fifth with a time of 22:21. Sophomore Caroline Besley (18th, 23:49), seventh-grader Anne Fawcett (20th, 24:02) and freshman Elliott Darnall (23rd, 24:17) closed out the scoring for Hammond, which is ranked No. 5 in SCISA.
The Skyhawks boys team also made the trip, and finished in 11th place. Freshman Will Besley had a fine individual showing, placing 9th with a time of 19:07.