The varsity boys finished sixth in the team standings.
Bryce Koenig was the top finisher for the Trojans, clocking a time of 12:47 to finish sixth.
He was 12th as the lead pack turned for home, but moved up six spots with a strong kick down the stretch.
“He ran an awesome race,” said coach Linda Luna. “His team did a good job of supporting him, staying in a close pack and pushing each other.”
Derrick Carroll finished 21st with a time of 13:40, Marco Escamilla was 33rd with a time of 13:54 and Miguel Gonzales was 35th in 13:59.
Brent Koenig finished 37th in 14:02.
In the junior varsity boys race, Joseph Rodriguez Jr. was 25th in 16:12.
“The varsity boys did really well and should be very proud of themselves,” Luna said. “They are a young team with lots of motivation and determination this season.”
The varsity girls finished eighth in the team standings.
Natalie Rivas led the way for the Trojans, finishing 28th with a time of 16:03.
Maria Navarro was 35th in 16:32, Tiffany Vargas was 44th in 17:03 and Cameron Posada was 49th in 17:45. Emilie Bozant finished 57th in 18:36.
For the JV girls, Jasmine Lopez was 56th in 17:29 and Victoria Trevino was 73rd in 18:39.
“The varsity girls also did a good job, but need to adjust to their new competitive mileage,” Luna said. “Last season, we raced 3 miles all season. This season, because of the new district changes, we have to compete in the 2-mile race, which is a lot faster and requires a lot more speed work.
“When we can get over that mental hump, these girls will be a lot better off.”
Kevin J. Keller is the sports editor at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 343-5223, or at sports@mySouTex.com, or follow him on Twitter, @beepicsports.