The second meet of the season for Centennial’s cross country team was a good one.
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Centennial junior Ashley Campbell, who missed the track season last year with an injury, had a nice day at Saturday’s Waxahachie Woodhouse Invitational.
In the past, there have been times when Centennial cross country coach Sarah Eden wasn’t excited about going to practice.
That isn’t the case this year.
In the next few weeks, things will get busy for student-athletes at Burleson and Centennial.
All season, Centennial cross country coach Sarah Eden hasn’t been willing to say too much about her varsity girls’ team.
The Centennial girls cross country team finished the regular season with another win and the boys finished third at Granbury’s Race of the Loot last Friday.
Running against Class 6A competition seemed to fire up Centennial freshman Harli Woolsey at the Keller Timber Creek Falcon Fast Invitational.
Running against some of the top competition in Region II, Centennial freshman Harli Woolsey set a school record at Saturday’s Lucas Lovejoy XC Fall Festival.
Centennial’s girls’ cross country team cruised to another win Friday at Cleburne’s Buzz Run.