A portion of the Carroll Cross Country team traveled to Corpus Christi for their annual trip to the Texas A&M-Kingsville Javelina Invitational, where the girls took 1st place and the boys came away with 2nd place. The rest of the boys and girls teams competed at the Colleyville Heritage Invitational.
Leading the Lady Dragons In Kingsville to an impressive low score of 29 points was Lydia Lo (20:18), who came in 3rd place. Next to cross the line was Kelley Anne Richards (20:22) in 4th place, Delaney Drefs (20:37) came in 6th, Callie Colvin (20:53) was next in 7th place and Madalyn Wardin (21:02) finished out the scoring positions, coming in 10th place.
The boys came away with a 2nd place finish, missing 1st by only 4 points, and were led by Jackson Felkins (16:32) who came in 4th place. Next was Everett Kolto (16:41) in 6th place, Hayden Coleman (16:47.37) 8th place, Brett Naughton (16:47.99) 9th place and Matthew Sims (17:06) in 14th to round out the top 5.
Colleyville Heritage Invitational
Carroll Cross Country had teams compete in both the Varsity and JV divisions of the small meet in Colleyville on Saturday and came away with some great performances. The Varsity competitors took 2nd place and the JV teams took 1st.
Carroll Cross Country Head Coach Justin Leonard said, “The trip to the Javelina Invitational was a fun experience for our kids. Our runners ran a great race and then enjoyed a little time on the beach afterwards. So proud of the kids effort at both the Javelina and Colleyville Heritage meets.”
Dragons are back on the course Oct. 1 with the Varsity traveling to the highly competitive Chile Pepper Festival in Fayetteville, AR and the JV Dragon runners in Keller at the Timbercreek Invitational.