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October 24, 2013

Local Sports news - Oct. 24, 2013

Brock boys advance to regional run

Staff Report

Brock’s varsity boys cross country team placed second in Monday’s District 9-2A meet held in Alvord, advancing to the Region II meet. The team members include Matt Brawner, Dillon Cox, Caleb Guyon, Sheldon Mowery, Roberto Munoz, Aaron Gassner and Drew Gassner.

The regional cross country meet will be run on Saturday, Nov. 2nd at Lynn Creek Park aside Joe Pool Lake in Grand Prairie. The varsity boys will run at 11:40 a.m.

The Brock junior varsity boys captured the district championship with a perfect score of 15 points.

Also winning at the district meet were Brock’s seventh-grade boys and girls teams.

 

Roo teams warm up for district meet

Staff Report

Weatherford’s varsity cross country teams ran at Brewer recently in a district warm-up meet. The girls placed second overall, with all of the runners except three turning in season-best times. Top individuals were Alyssa Wilson (2nd), Madison Cooley (4th), Mady Young (7th), Hannah League (12th) and Jackie Jacobo (18th).

The boys also finished third and echoed the girls improvement, with all but three runners topping previous times. Top individuals were John Bessire (6th), Cole Fournier (7th), Jachob Christian (13th), Hunter Hinton (14th) and Tucker Cargill (16th).

The District 3-5A meet is on Thursday, at Joe Pool Lake.

 

Springtown volleyball sweeps Lady Rams

Staff Report

Springtown’s Lady Porcupines remained perfect in district play on Tuesday, sweeping Mineral Wells in a District 6-3A volleyball match held at Rams gymnasium, 25-9, 25-12, 25-14.

Shelbi Meek led Pojo with 13 kills, while Katelynn and Ashley Mainord added nine knockdowns each. Setter Brooklynn Dauenhauer had four kills and led the squad with 21 assists.

At 26-8 on the season, Springtown improved its district mark to 8-0, with two matches left in the district slate. The Lady Porcupines will host Lake Worth on Friday and travel to play Kennedale Tuesday for the outright district championship.

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