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The Springlake-Earth Lady Wolverines varsity cross country team took first place at the LCU Chaparral Invitational last Friday with a combined time of 1:08:15.70.
The Lady Wolverines were led by freshman, Taytum Goodman, who finished first place overall with a time of 11:16.30. Freshman, DeDe Delgado, placed sixth with a time of 13:46.90, while freshman, Emma Samaron, finished eighth with a time of 13:59.80.
Sophomore, Kani Holmes, finished ninth with a time of 14:17.50, while junior, Mahalia Delgado, finished 16th with a time of 14:55.20. Freshman, Angelina Tovar, finished 17th with a time of 15:07.30, while freshman, Adamarie Hernandez, finished 25th with a time of 15:50.30 and senior, Carsann Baker, finished 27th with a time of 16:06.70.
Freshman, Sydney Furr, finished 28th with a time of 16:07.50 and junior, Kimberly Cruz, finished 37th with a time of 16:49.60.
The Lady Wolverines will be back in action on Saturday, as they compete at Plainview.

The Springlake-Earth Wolverines varsity cross country team took first place overall at the LCU Chaparral Invitational on Friday with a combined time of 1:43.01.60.
They were led by junior, Josh Samaron, who placed second overall with a time of 19:21.90, and junior, Kaden Castillo, who placed third with a time of 20:25.20.
Freshman, Gavin Gonzales placed fourth with a time of 20:58.80, while senior, Daryl Garcia, placed fifth with a time of 21:06.70, and sophomore, Alex Alvarez, placed sixth with a time of 21:09.00
The Wolverines will be back in action on Saturday, as they compete at Plainview.

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