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Hot Conditions Don’t Slow Down a Strong Performance for Cross Country

Although September 23 was named as the first day of Fall, the temperature outside didn’t quite reflect that with temperatures peaking into the upper 90’s; but that didn’t stop the Frenship Tigers’ momentum.  

“Overall it was a good meet because it allowed us an opportunity to run Mae Simmons before regionals. It was a very hot day and our kids did a great job dealing with the conditions and gave all they had,” said Head Cross Country Coach Jeff Bigham. “We are looking good going into District but we will have to get better over the next few weeks and run our best to come out on top.” 

Lubbock ISD Invitational Meet Results 

The Varsity Girls Team Competed in the 6A Division and brought home the 3rd Place title as a team. Zyla Deshone crossed the finish line 1st for the 6A Girls Division. Zyla also had the 2nd fastest overall time for girls at the meet. Amaya Mendoza finished in 3rd Place. 

The Varsity Boys Team Competed in the 6A Division coming in 4th Place as a team. Blake Morrison came in 11th Place and Brett Cram finished 15th Place. 

The JV Girls placed 2nd as a team. Isabelle Leonard, Giselle Cisneros, Mireya Mata, Tera Chavez, and Danica Powers all finished in the top 25 and earned a medal.  

The JV Boys came in 3rd Place as a team. Both Ryan Cluff and Donovan Martinez finished in the top 25 and earned a medal.  

A full list of the Lubbock ISD Invite Meet Results can be found HERE under 6A.  

Up next, the Tigers are competing in the Canyon Invitational and the Nike South Meet both on September 30. For additional details on the meets, click here for the full Cross Country Schedule.  

Keep up the awesome work, Tigers!