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LHS Cross Country Eyes More Titles

KSCB News - September 1, 2015 1:28 pm

In four seasons as head cross country coach, Tyson McGuire’s Redskin boys have been to state every year while the girls have sent the team to state in three of four years. The Redskins look for more this season as the sport continues to grow. There are 56 athletes out for the sport with 33 boys and 23 girls. The Redskins open at Perryton Saturday embarking on a more local schedule which sees them compete at Perryton, Hugoton, and Liberal. That’s right Liberal. The Redskins host WAC cross country October 15 at Yucca Ridge which will mark the first home event for all of the current runners. Here are the varsity lineups for the opener Saturday.

Edgar Moreno Jr.

Greg McClurg Sr.

Emilio Tovilla Sr.

Alex Chance Sr.

Juan Beltran Jr.

Keylan Cruz Fr.

Ryan Doll Sr.

Girls

Camryn Slatten Jr.

Saw Ahmara Jr.

Kelsey Ramsey So.

Chloe Alling Jr.

Karen Hernandez Jr.

Yanelly Jurado Jr.

Gabby Amparan Sr.

The cross country program was featured during the Sportsguys Monday morning. The show airs weekday mornings between 7:37 and 9 on 1270 and kscbnews.net.

Schedule

Sept. 5- at Perryton

Sept. 10- at Hesston

Sept. 19- at Hugoton

Sept. 26- at Lawrence (KU Rim Rock)

Oct. 3- at Newton

Oct. 15- WAC at Liberal

Oct. 24- Regionals

Oct. 31- State at Rim Rock in Lawrence

 

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