2014 Cross Country
Saturday October 11, 2014 Birdville Flyin' Hawks Invitational -- Our Hawk Varsity teams finished second (girls) and third (boys) at the Flyin' Hawks Invitational hosted by Birdville High School, The Junior Varsity girls placed fifth and junior varsity boys took eighth in their races.
Junior Anna Elkin was the top finisher for the girls, taking fourth in 17:51.29, with freshman Laura Fairchild close behind in fifth in 17:54.52. Freshman Abby Riordan was ninth in 18:25.33. Rounding out the top five finishers were sophomores Amanda Case and Hannah Pettigrew.
Junior Drew Cummings led the boys for the second straight week, finishing fourth overall. Senior Ethan Davis finished 10th. Michael Summers, Conner Miller, and Moshe Eskenazi rounded out the top five finishers for the boys.
The junior varsity girls were led by senior Kylee Gorney. Also scoring for the Junior Varsity girls was Madi Turner, Erica Pagan, Sophia Nottoli and Kalindy Cordero.
The top finisher for the junior varsity boys was junior Matthew Williams. Also scoring for the Hawks were Adam Dayani, Luke Hoggard, Nathan Cheatham, and Layn Moore.
Saturday October 4, 2014 McNeil Invitational -- The Hebron High School Varsity Cross Country teams competed in the Elite races of the McNeil Invitational on the state meet course at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock on October 4. The girls placed third overall, while the boys took seventh in highly competitive races.
With only five runners competing in the Elite girls' race, Hebron finished third, led by junior Anna Elkin, who was 12th in 18:32.35. Rounding out the top five finishers was Abby Riordan, Amanda Case, Hannah Pettigrew, and Sarah Fairchild. Every girl ran a PR in this race!
Hebron finished seventh overall in the Elite Varsity boys' race, led by junior Drew Cummings' 10th-place finish in 15:48.68. Michael Summers, Conner Miller, Moshe Eskenazi, and Mason Richter rounded out the top five Hebron finishers. Again, all runners finished with a PR!
"Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence."