KHHS’ Griffin wraps up cross-country season at state meet

Tyler Griffin was Keystone’s first state runner since 2019 and first boys runner since 2018. File photo by Cliff Smelley.


Telegraph Staff Writer

Keystone Heights High School’s Tyler Griffin competed at the Florida High School Athletic Association Cross-Country Finals on Nov. 17 in Tallahassee, finishing 141st in the Class 2A boys race.

Griffin, who was one of 240 runners, crossed the line in 18:32.

Ranson Everglades’ David Serra won the race with a time of 15:19. Serra was one of four who ran less than 16 minutes.

This marked the first time Keystone was represented at state since 2019, when girls runner Camryn Williams qualified. Griffin became the first boys runner to qualify since Alex Guy in 2018.