Run for Caylie

First female and male runners to come through.
(Standard-Sentinel photos)

Going The

Distance For Caylie

  The “Going the Distance Caylie: walk and run on Sat., Dec. 5, at the Saluda Park and around town was a  big success.
  Caylie is the 11-month daughter of Kayla Smith and Scott Berry, who is battling cancer.
  Following is the “thank you” note posted on Facebook by the organizers:
  “We would like to THANK everyone that came out Saturday to support our cause at  GOING THE DISTANCE FOR CAYLIE !! And all the sponsors we had: Randall’s Produce, Enlow Pest Control,  Kerri Butler Ridle -hoover , Heath Nichols, &  Susan Berry ......Thank you!!!   Thank you to all the volunteers that helped (Elise Rodgers,  Kara Padgett Prouse ,  Stacie Goff ,  Nicole Campbell , Linda Rowe, Susan Berry,  Samuel Stevens,  Johnnie Stevens , and  Mitzi Riddle Durst). We couldn’t have done it with out you!!   Thank you to Saluda Now for coming and broadcasting and  Ralph Shealy for taking pictures. Thank you to Mr. David at the Hair Strand, The Corley’s, & Ms.  Caroline Brazil at the meat locker for letting us use your parking lots. Thank you to Burton Campbell and Alan Metts for praying over our event & Caylie.
  And lastly a big Thank you to Dennis &  Debbie Kirkland, we wouldn’t have known if we were coming or going if it wasn’t for y’all!!  We had 40 5k runners, 20 10k runners, & 5 half marathoners! And we raised over $3000.

Tigers Make All-Region

Six Saluda Tigers have been named to the All-Region team. Making the team were Javarious Stevens, Jabori  Brown, Roderick Rolland, Sam Espinoza, Tyleke Mathis and Montrevious Baker. Rolland is the only senior. Baker and Stevens are juniors, and Espinoza, Mathis and Brown are sophomores.