November 14, 2019
  • 4:46 pm Countless Thanks to OUR VETERANS
  • 3:54 pm Field trips introduce MHS students to ag industry possibilities
  • 3:52 pm He looks young, he is young, and so were they all
  • 3:49 pm Muleshoe High School, community assemble to honor veterans
  • 3:48 pm This Alligator Bites Your Wallet and Won’t Stop Chewing

The Muleshoe Lady Mules junior high cross country team placed first overall at Abernathy on Saturday with 74 points.
Idaly Tarango was the lone top five finisher, as she placed fourth with a time of 13:54.
Angelina Armijo finished 12th with a time of 14:24, while Yevette Benavides finished 15th overall with a time of 14:47. Vida Mora finished 18th with a time of 14:51, while Megan Moran finished 25th with a time of 15:12.
Brylee Morris finished 27th with a time of 15:16, while Melony Montiel finished 28th with a time of 15:17.
The Muleshoe Lady Mules JV cross country team finished second at Abernathy on Saturday with 39 points.
Aaliyah Sanchez led the team finishing sixth overall with a time of 15:36. Anahi Barrera finished seventh with a time of 15:38, while Grace Leal finished eighth with a time of 15:42.
Margie McCrary finished 11th with a time of 15:59, while Natalie Ambrie clocked a time of 16:21 to finished 12th.
Araceli Hernandez finished 14th overall with a time of 16:39, while Kylie Hernandez finished 15th with a time of 16:55.
The Muleshoe Lady Mules varsity cross country team finished fourth at Abernathy on Saturday with 77 points.
Kylee Villa led the team with a 12th place finish, clocking a time of 14:06. Zabry Haseloff finished 13th with a time of 14:11, while Heather Chavez finished 14th with a time of 14:11.
Alejandra Medina finished 21st, clocking a time of 14:32, while Alina Elizarraraz finished 22nd with a time of 14:35.
Mikaela Haseloff finished 39th with a time of 15:13, while Genesis Vasquez finished 42nd with a time of 15:18.



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