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JH Lady Cats second at 9-3A cross country meet


Lady Cat Emily Longoria earned a district championship in the individual standings at Monday’s 9-3A meet in Wichita Falls and led the Henrietta Junior High girls cross country team to second place.

Longoria finished the two-mile race in 12 minutes, 48 seconds for first place, followed by Addison Hoff in fourth place with a time of 13:17, and Abby Zamzow in fifth with 13:19. Leah Bullinger finished 16th with a time of 14:20, followed by Kylee Halter in 21st with 15:07, Brooklyn McMurry in 30th with 15:51 and Chelsea Burns in 32nd with a time of 16:03.

Also competing for the junior high Lady Cats were Natalie Streeter with a time of 16:35; Kaci Williams, 17:19; Isabela Garcia, 17:48; Kirsten Ervin, 17:50; Bailey Ervin, 18:11; Kylee Ericksen, 18:23; Daniella Garcia, 18:44; and Viviana Garcia with a time of 19:10.

Daniel Wimberley led the junior high Bearcats to a third place finish in the team standings by placing third as an individual.

Wimberley finished the two-mile course in 12:17, followed by Mason Marchman with a time of 12:26 for fifth place. Holt Chambers took 21st with a time of 14:13, followed by Cody Daniel with 14:27 for 24th and Cole Ashley with 15:52 for 41st.

Also competing for the junior high Bearcats, Cole Gilmore finished in 16:29, Johnathan Alford in 16:32, Garrett Jackson in 17:38 and Joshua Patin in 22:14.

Bearcat Hunter Smith placed 24th in the varsity boys three-mile course with a time of 20:08, followed by teammate Zackary Bayer with a time of 24:27.

Henrietta’s varisty girls took eighth in the team standings. Kelton Matthews with the team with a time of 16:50, followed by TeeLee Cook with 17:15, Madeline Koetter with 17:57, Madyson Gully with 18:32, Rebecca Riggins with 18:43 and Nicole Bell with a time of 18:50.


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