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Lady Cats Cross Country Team Finishes Season Strong at Regionals

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The Lady Cats cross country team fought hard and competed well but did not have the finish necessary to move on to the state competition. 

Sulphur Springs led by head coach Ross Hicks travelled to Garland earlier this week to compete in the 5A Region II Championship meet and while not all of the men travelled and competed, one Wildcat did end up placing. 

Senior Evan Patrick finished at 100th with a time of just over 18 and a half minutes. 

The Lady Cats were led as always by Haylee Schultz. The sophomore crossed the line at 21:14.16. 

Next up for the women was Jolene Carpenter, finishing her 5K with a time of 23:10.74 and 113th place. 

Two more Lady Cats made the top-155; junior Rebekah Stanley and sophomore Jazmin Yanez at 149 and 155, respectively. 

Stanley crossed the line at 25:43.80 and Yanez was not far behind at 26:13 flat. 

The final Lady Cat to place in a crowded field of talented runners was freshman Maddie Poskey, who placed 161st. 

Sulphur Springs finished with 568 points, good enough for 20th at the Regional meet.


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Author: Ross LaBenske

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