KHS GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY DEFENDS STATE TITLE
Keller High School’s Girls Cross Country team won the UIL Class 6A State Championship on Saturday, November 4, in Round Rock to collect its second consecutive title.
The Indians finished with a cumulative team time of 1:30:06.32 and team score placing of 63, to top Hebron and Southlake Carroll, which finished in second and third, respectively.
KHS senior Julia Black led the way for the Indians finishing in second place overall in a time of 17:25.44. Senior Abbey Santoro and junior Isabel Van Camp were right behind finishing in eighth and ninth place. Also part of the championship effort were Cambria Clark (26), Makenna Pallozzi (41), Sydney White (63), and Maddie Hebert (105).
Timber Creek High also had a couple of runners competing in at the 6A State Championships. Junior Braden Lange came in 40th place in the boys competition, and senior Rilee Cristan finished in 73rd place on the girls side.