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.
Spartan Cross Country
Running in its second to last race before the District 9-5A cross country championships, Centennial turned in a strong showing against some of the top squads in the area.
Centennial’s girls junior varsity squad scored 24 points to win the Class 6A/5A JV crown at Friday’s Ken Gaston Invitational.
Facing a myriad of competition, Centennial’s cross country team’s gained valuable experience at Saturday’s Lovejoy Fall Festival.
Running on a familiar course, Centennial’s girls and boys cross country teams had strong showings Friday at the Buzz Run at Cleburne High School.
Centennial cross country coach Sarah Eden proclaimed the programs’ first meet — the Spartan Invitational — a success thanks in part to the efforts of her booster club.
Even though there were plenty of new faces running with the varsity, Centennial’s cross country teams opened the season with a bang at Saturday’s Waxahachie Woodhouse Invitational.