Considering it was just their second competition of this season, Burleson cross country coach Ken Edwards was pleased with what he saw Friday from his Elks and Lady Elks at the Elk Run XIX.
Elk Cross Country
Friday morning, Burleson’s cross country program opened its season running in the Cowtown Challenge at The Buff in Haltom City.
Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis was pleased with the way his Lady Elks and Elks performed Monday at the Class 5A Region I Championships.
At the start of the season, Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis knew his boys and girls teams would be going to regionals in October.
Burleson and Centennial’s cross country teams got in their final race Friday before today’s District 5-5A championships.
Running in Mansfield on Friday, Burleson’s girls cross country team had a good showing at the Mansfield Invitational.
Facing tough competition, Burleson’s cross country teams placed in the Top 10 at the Fossil Ridge Run of the Panther at Keller Sports Complex.
Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis was pleased with the way his teams ran at Friday’s Elk Run XVIII at Chisenhall Field.
Burleson’s cross country squads opened the season Saturday competing at the Cowtown Challenge at The Buff in Haltom City.
A coaches dream is the way Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis describes his situation as the season is about to open.