Huntsville Boys Varsity Cross Country

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Congratulations to George Thuita!

George Thuita finished 5th in the boys District Cross Country meet held last Friday, Oct. 12 at Kate Barr Ross.  He will move on to the Regional meet on Monday, Oct. 22nd. We want to send a Huge Hornet Shout Out to George and his coaches!

February 7th – Signing Day at HHS

Today five (5) young men committed to further their education and compete at the collegiate level. Jordan Baker – Football, University of the Incarnate Word Evan del Rio – Cross Country, Mississippi College Amad Murray – Football, Stephen F. Austin State University Nathan Shirley – Football, Texas A&M Commerce Dedric O’Bryant – Football, Henderson State

Evan del Rio – State Bound Nov. 4

Congratulations Evan for qualifying for 2017 State Cross Country Meet!  The top 10 advance to compete at the State in each division.  Read more on the Item Online Information for spectators can be found at the UIL State Meet link for Cross Country Sting ‘Em at State, Evan!

Brazos Valley Cross Country District Meet

On Tuesday, the Brazos Valley district cross country meet was held at Kate Barr Ross.  The Mance Park team did very well at the meet with the seventh grade girls, seventh grade boys, and eighth grade boys taking the runner-up trophy. Runners from Mance Park received a total of 12 medals during the competition.  In

Huntsville High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 7th place

Saturday, October 7, 2017 12:00 AM Place 7 Points 177 Meet Recap The boys had another great week, Evan del Rio finished 4th and the team finished 7th out of 17 teams. The meet was at Spring creek park in Tomball hosted by Klien. The meet was a tune up for district. The coarse was

Mance Park Cross Country at Magnolia

Mance Park Cross Country teams participated in the Magnolia Jr. High meet  Friday October 6th.  All of the runners did well with several receiving medals. The Seventh grade girls placed third in the meet. Three girls received medals: Karen Kiratu  first, Leslie Medina  8th, and Mackenzie Dixon  9th.  The Seventh grade boys placed sixth. Top