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Carnahan, South Forsyth girls dominate county meet
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South Forsyth's Savannah Carnahan cruised to a first-place finish in 19:38 to help the Lady War Eagles win the county championship. - photo by Brian Paglia
Savannah Carnahan had barely finished her race, but already her breathing was composed. There was the picturesque shore of Lake Lanier to enjoy, or the satisfaction of near-certain victory in the Forsyth County Cross Country Championship for the Lady War Eagles, but Carnahan instead handed cups of water to runners as they crossed the finish line if only to underscore her – and South’s – dominance Saturday. Carnahan finished first in 19 minutes 38.6 seconds to claim the individual girls’ title, and South placed seven runners in the top 10 to claim the overall championship at Mary Alice Park with 18 points, well-ahead of Forsyth Central who had 73, led by Bonnie McKinnon’s fourth-place finish in 21:01.