• June 27, 2022

Tags : high school cross country

Catching Up With CrossCountry: Eastwood Takes State Crown

Eastwood entered its fifth straight UIL State Cross Country Championship with an unfamiliar label – the favorites. The Troopers, who won bronze at last year’s championship at the Class 6A level, easily earned the school’s first state cross country championship Saturday afternoon at Old Settler’s Park in Round Rock. Eastwood won the championship scoring 62 […]Read More

Catching Up With Cross Country: Rain Can’t Stop San Eli,

Eight district cross country championship were up for grabs on a wet, muddy hilly course at the Chamizal National Memorial Park on Friday. On this dreary morning, just right for a cross country meet, three runners –  Hanks sophomore Michael Abeyta and the Coronado duo of junior Nick Gonzalez and senior Liam Walsh – finished […]Read More

Catching Up With Cross Country: Coronado Runners, Eastlake, Burges Teams

For two Coronado athletes, Saturday night’s Homecoming festivities began with a victorious early morning 3.1 mile run at Chamizal National Park. Senior Jennelle Jaeger-Darakjy and junior Nick Gonzalez swept individual gold for the T-Birds at the Jefferson/Burges Invitational. Jaeger-Darakjy won in 18:57.80 while Gonzalez picked up his first varsity title in 16:19.87. On the team […]Read More

Catching Up With Cross Country: San Eli Gearing Up for

The San Elizario boy’s cross country team is still searching for the right combination, the perfect seven, to get them their fifth consecutive Class 4A state championship. And it’s just not at the varsity level. Even the junior varsity times matter. “I don’t have my top seven set yet when it comes to who I’m […]Read More

Catching Up with Cross Country: Franklin, Eastwood Win at Canutillo

The second week of the 2018 high school cross country season was highlighted by Franklin High School’s girls team which continues to gain confidence with each race. The Cougars won their second team championship Saturday morning, taking the title at the Canutillo ISD Invitational. Franklin’s top five finished 1-2-18-21 and 27 for 55 points and […]Read More