The conditions weren’t great, but Burleson’s cross country teams turned in strong showings at the Cowtown Challenge in Richland Hills.
Elk Cross Country
After having to convince girls to run last season, Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis opened the 2017 season with plenty of options.
Burleson’s Mackenzie Clark recently signed a letter of intent to run women’s cross country at Tarleton State. Seated with Clark is her father Greg Clark. BURLESON STAR/COURTESY PHOTO
Friday during his practices runs on the UIL Class 5A cross country state championship course at Round Rock’s Old Settlers Park, Burleson senior Cesar Limones concentrated most of his effort on how
Burleson will be represented Saturday morning at the UIL Class 5A state cross country championships in Round Rock with Burleson senior Cesar Limones and Centennial sophomore Sarah Trammel racing on
The odds of getting out to the state meet at last Friday’s Class 5A Region II cross country championships were long for Burleson’s boys and girls team.
GRAND PRAIRIE — Having beaten top contender Centennial each time they have met this season, Burleson’s cross country team entered last Thursday’s District 9-5A championships as a hunted squad.
Thursday morning, Burleson and Centennial's cross country teams raced at the District 9-5A cross country championships at Grand Prairie's Lynn Creek Park.
After getting rained out last weekend, Burleson and Centennial’s cross country squads prepped for Thursday’s District 9-5A championships competing at Friday’s Race for the Loot in Granbury.
Curtis Enis decided not to schedule a meet this weekend, instead he will institute a new training regime.