Published on Saturday, October 15, 2016 by Reagan Brown
Practice starts before the sun rises. Most students are still in bed while the cross country team laces up their shoes and hit the road running. Senior Nathaniel Steel serves as captain on the cross country team and has continued to improve throughout his high school career. After running cross country in middle school, Nathan joined the team in high school to continue his running career.
Published on Monday, October 10, 2016 by The Norseman Staff
The cross country team competed against 72 teams at the McNeil Invitational in RoundRock on October 1. Varsity boys placed 36th Varsity girls placed 38th JV boys placed 31st JV girls placed 39th Freshmen boys placed 2nd Freshman individual awards: Sam Reyes placed 13th Charly Perez 15th Rueben Morales 19th Caleb Peterson 20th Patrick Foreman […]
Published on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 by The Norseman Staff
Boys varsity, boys JV and girls JV placed 3rd out of 13 teams. Boys Varsity: Nathaniel Steels placed 10th Mark Hawkins placed 14th Boys JV: Xavien DeLaRosa placed 9th Damian Spikes placed 11th Nathan Phillips placed 12th and Parker Adams placed 14th Girls JV: Rossy Esquivel placed 7th and Lupita Urbano placed
Published on Wednesday, August 12, 2015 by The Norseman Staff
The Viking Club has partnered with band, cheer, and Shy-Anne boosters to host a Spirit Rally to assist in unifying these boosters and students to grow Viking Spirit. Please come out and support these organizations as well as the football, volleyball, and cross country teams! When: August 19, 6-8 pm Where: Silver Campus Cafeteria Hot […]
Published on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 by Valeria Arriaga
After crossing the finish line to earn first place at the Nacogdoches meet, freshman cross country member Samantha Hernandez ran half the race again. JV member sophomore Brooke Weaver suffered from a hip injury and was struggling to finish the race. Samantha went back and finished the race again, stride-by-stride, with Weaver.
Published on Monday, October 27, 2014 by Valeria Arriaga
The pressures of school, cross country practices, and being senior class president, are only the beginning of senior Seanna Rodriguez’s neverending agenda. While she struggles for the time to commit to cross country, she manages to be the light for the team and an influence amongst the younger members.
Published on Sunday, October 5, 2014 by The Norseman Staff
The Cross Country team participated in a meet at Anderson. The following runners received medals: Samantha Hernandez, 4th place Varsity Girls Lauren Yancy, 9th place JV Girls Morgan Murdock, 13th place JV Girls Daniel Tillman, 15th place JV Boys
Published on Thursday, October 14, 2010 by Cecelia Mata
Whether it is for exercise or for other self-motivated reasons, many students are active members of the cross-country team, even if that means having to deal with the difficulty of being at school to run at 7:30 each morning.
Cross-country is a one-event sport in which the girls run 2 miles and the boys run 3.1 miles. Practices frequently push further, going up to 4.5 miles.