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Stockdale fares well in Shiner


Stockdale fares well in Shiner
Members and coaches of the Stockdale Junior High School cross-country team celebrate their second-place finish in Shiner. Team members are (back, from left) Dawson Lerma, Joseph Barrera, Collin Akin, Marcos Marquez, Mark Hernandez, Coach Lester Jackson, and Coach Richard Marquez. Diego Martinez and Christian Aguilar are also members of the team. R.J. Marquez (kneeling) also ran at the meet and finished second in the third-grade fun run.


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SHINER -- The Stockdale cross-country teams participated in the Shiner Cross Country Meet Oct. 5.

In the varsity boys division, Stockdale finished in fourth place in the team standings. Austin Akin and Samuel Scriven once again took home medals by finishing among the top 20 runners. Akin came in 15th with a time of 17:07, while Scriven finished close behind in 18th place with a time of 17:14. Teammate Ethan Chavez finished 39th with a time of 19:13, Joel Marquez was 40th with a time of 19:14, Devin McMahan finished 70th with a time of 22:19, and James Miller ran for Stockdale, but did not have an official finishing order.

In the junior varsity girls division, two runners represented Stockdale. Robyn Moore made a good showing by finishing sixth with a time of 16:59. Lady Brahma teammate Nicole Miller finished the course with a time of 19:21.

The junior high boys ran a good race to take home the second-place trophy, and three runners finished in the top 20. Collin Akin led the team, as he finished seventh with a time of 13:38. Marcos Marquez was close behind in 10th place with a time of 13:47. Christian Aguilar also earned a medal with his 19th-place finish in a time of 14:03. Other Brahmas helping the team win the trophy were Dawson Lerma, who finished 39th in a time of 15:18; Mark Hernandez, who was 45th at 15:15; Diego Martinez, who finished 52nd in 16:20; and Joseph Barrera, who picked up a 59th-place finish with a time of 16:53.

The teams were scheduled to compete in Poth this past weekend. The team will participate in the district meet on Tuesday, Oct. 22.
 

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