Uvalde High School enjoyed another successful season in girls’ cross-country running competition last school year.
Coach Libby Guzman’s Lobos captured their fourth consecutive district cross-country title.
“It is a huge thing to win district any year. But to win four district titles in a row is a huge accomplishment,” said Guzman.
Varsity runners Kayden Carrasco, Chelsy Moreno, Andrea Perez, Katelyn Roman, Tabytha White, Brisa Rodriguez, and Alexandria Nolasco recorded good times in district competition.
“We qualified the entire team for the regional meet at Corpus Christi, where most of the Lobos ran their personal bests of the season,” said Guzman. “But we face a really tough field of competitors at the regional meet.
“Kayden missed qualifying for state by two places. She ran her heart out,” said Guzman.
“We hope to build this season off of the success from last season. We hope to reach higher goals this season,” said Guzman.
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