Cross Country Varsity Boys Post Best Times Ever

Wilder Sets New SBISD Record

From Staff Reports

Sept. 22, 2008 - The varsity boys cross country team really stepped up their times yesterday at the North Hopkins Invitational meet. Everett Wilder set a school record posting a time of 16:15 for 3.1 miles and taking first place at the meet. Trey Henderson ran in 17:16 and earned a 6th place medal. Ismael Gutierrez had a time of 19:07.

Zach Hope came in at 19:19. Ken Wade was close behind with 19:20. Travis Allan posted a 21:11 time. The team finished 4th overall. Coach Wright says that they are looking at a season this year with some tough competition. Varsity girls had some impressive times too for their race. The top three runners for SBISD were Karissa Wolf who had an awesome time of 14:50, Mikayla Potts with 15:25,and Fatima Tellez who posted a 16:33. Deseray Greer had 17:06.

Ester Marquez had 19:51. Ashley Bryant and Hayley Lawson rounded out the team. Coach Wright said that he is really pleased with so many girls participating, allowing SBISD to have a varsity girls team. The junior varsity boys team had a 5th place finish. Team members are Josh Formoso, Cameron Hancock, Hunter Vaughn, Jacob Mintz, Landon

Overly, Tyler Hampton, Ryan Watts, Jackson Dailley, and Caleb Raine. Kaitlyn Hancock with 15:38 and Virginia Rodriguez with 16:13 posted the top two times for the junior high girls team, along with Quincie Duncan, Katelyn Brown, and Kelsey Dorner. The junior high girls are also keeping the team spirit alive. Clint Wolf medaled for the junior high boys team, earning 2nd place with a time of 12:41. Collin Williams was also a medal-winner with a time of 13:58 and 20th place. The team won 4th place overall. Making up the team are the members already mentioned and Dillon Harred, Dustin Foster, Cade Argenbright, Clay Mitchell, Landon Dorner, and Brandon Lee. The next cross-country meet for all 4 teams will be in Mt. Pleasant on Saturday, September 27.

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