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Stockdale runners compete in two cross-country meets




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STOCKDALE -- In addition to the football and volleyball teams, members of the Stockdale High School cross-country team have also been busy in September, competing in the UTSA and Poteet meets.

The Stockdale runners traveled to the University of Texas at San Antonio Ricardo Romo Classic Sept. 15. Ethan Chavez led the Brahma varsity runners with his time of 20:17, followed closely by teammate Jordan Jackson, who finished the course in 20:19. Austin Akin turned in a time of 21:27, Austin Gonzales had a time of 21:45, and William Morris was the fifth Brahma to finish at 22:50. Samuel Scriven ran the course in 23:23, Tristan Marquez had a time of 25:11, Perry Bone did it in 27:22, and Zachary Campbell finished in a time of 27:35. Victoria Lerma led all Lady Brahma runners with her time of 18:01, followed by Kelsey Perez at 19:26, and Kaitlyn Morris at 19:47.

The team then traveled to Poteet Sept. 22, and all of the runners quickened their pace with the different course.

In varsity boys competition, Jackson led the Brahmas with a time of 19:20, followed by Chavez at 19:22, and Akin at 20:01. Scriven completed the run in a time of 20:52, and Gonzales ran the course with a time of 21:01. Morris turned in a time of 22:04, Wyatt Gabrysch was close behind at 22:08, and Bone rounded out the Stockdale entries at 22:32.

On the girls side of things, Lerma once again led the way with her time of 17:17, followed by Morris with a time of 18:31. Nicole Miller completed the course in a time of 20 minutes flat for the seventh-grade girls, and Robert Santos completed the junior high boys course in a time of 21:56 to represent the seventh grade. Mark Salinas ran the course in a time of 15:01 for the eighth-grade boys.
 

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