Both Karnes City cross country teams advance to regionals
by Chelsea Gonzales
Nov 03, 2011 | 375 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Both the Lady Badger and Badger Cross Country teams advance to regional competition this weekend after qualifying during last week’s district meet. The girls were runners-up behind Poth, while the boys placed 3rd Oct. 26 at the District 30-2A Cross Country Meet in Dilley.

Freshman Kristina Sauceda paced the girls with her time of 12:56 and her 1st place finish. Freshman Clara Gotthardt finished 6th, Junior Courtney Garcez was 8th, Freshmen Seande Goodhue fell in at 13th while Desiree Ramirez placed 15th, and Seniors Darian Ramirez was 19th and Kim Lara 23rd.

Senior Miguel Peralez led the Karnes City effort with his 6th place finish, while Sophomores Jeremy Coronado followed at 11th, Chris Tobar finished 20th and Ari Lopez was 28th. Freshmen Robert Morin was 18th and Angel May 23rd to round out the team.

Coach Jennifer Card has plenty of talent coming up on the JV and junior high teams as well, though they do not compete at the regional level.

Freshman Madie Walter earned the district championship, while Savannah Dobson finished 5th and Junior Hailey Johnson was 9th. Freshman Jade Gonzales came in 10th, and Senior Stephanie Moya was close behind at 11th. The JV girls also won the district runner-up title.

For the JV boys, Freshmen Chris Brambila finished 3rd, Randy Flores 10th and Chayse Leal 18th.junior Rodney Foreman came in 15th and Sophomore Jesus Moncada was 19th. The JV boys team also won third place overall.

Eighth-grader Jordan Garcez led the junior high girls with her 1st place finish. The Junior High Lady Badger team also took the district championship title. Whitney Wood placed 5th, Emily Valdez 9th, Dee Sha Shular followed at 10th and Adriana Serna was 13th.

The junior high boys won third place team with Kyler Palmer placing 14th, Nick Casanova trailing at 16th, Andreas Moncada at 17th , Jaren Jaramillo at 18th and Chris Shular at 19th.
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