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Lady Bear runners place first


Lady Bear runners place first


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ROUND ROCK -- The La Vernia varsity girls cross-country team competed Oct. 1 at the McNeil Invitational cross-country meet in Round Rock. The Lady Bears took first place overall in a competition from among 42 teams and 329 girls in classes 1A, 2A, and 3A.

The Lady Bears had four individuals medal in the event to help secure the title. Those runners were Madison Trees, who finished in first place with a time of 11:57:07; Olivia Hinojosa, who finished fifth with a time of 12:21:86; Bailee Vrana, who was 16th in a time of 12:45:74; and Shaley Trammell, whose time of 12:52:47 was strong enough for 19th place.

Other Lady Bears competing in the event were Brianna Kruciak, Shayler Ring, Isabelle Reynosa, Jordan Albert, Allison Freman, Allegra Holifield, Jessica Perry, and Carly Barnes. The team’s next competition is Saturday, Oct. 15, in Seguin.
 

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