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Falls City cross country runners medal at district meet
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Varsity Medalists
Varsity Medalists
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JH Cross Country Competitors
JH Cross Country Competitors
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Varsity Cross Country Regional Qualifiers
Varsity Cross Country Regional Qualifiers
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On Oct. 23, the Falls City Cross Country runners competed at the district level cross country meet in Shiner.

These athletes did an outstanding job of representing the school and many medaled in the top ten.

The varsity girls’ team which consists of Taylor Dziuk, Kaelan Cheatham, Sydney Elkins, Sara Moore and Madison Dziuk placed third as a team which advances them to the Regional Meet.

Among these girls, Kaelan Cheatham earned a medal by placing fifth of the top ten runners.

Madison Dziuk finished fourteenth, Sydney Elkins seventeenth, Taylor Dziuk nineteenth and Sara Moore twenty-second.

Jeremiah Corey competed as an individual in the varsity boys division. He earned a medal by finishing seventh out of thirty runners.

Finishing in the top ten advances Jeremiah to the Regional level.

All varsity competitors have advanced to the Regional Cross Country Meet which was held on November 2 in San Antonio, at the National Shooting Complex.

The Junior High girls and boys also had a successful day. The 7th and 8th girls placed second as a team in the Junior High girls division.

The Junior High girls’ team is made up of 8th graders: Jordan Grier, Annica Lyssy, Deedra Van Winkle; 7th graders Heather Hons, Nikki Kowalik, Lupita Molina, Shanna Swierc, and Ashlynn Villarreal. The following girls earned a medal by finishing in the top ten: Shanna Swierc second place, Jordan Grier seventh place and Nikki Kowalik tenth place.

The Junior High boys who competed are 8th grader Andrew Malcolm, and 7th grader Caleb Villarreal.

Andrew Malcolm finished in the top ten with a second place medal.

Caleb Villarreal finished fourth also earning a medal.

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