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Hebron Cross Country

Senior Conner Miller & Hebron Varsity Girls are Headed to State!

The Hebron Cross Country Varsity Girls and Senior Conner Miller placed in the incredibly competitive Region 1 meet and held at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock, Texas and will advance to the State Meet held at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock, TX on November 12.

The Hawks ran a great race at the Region 1 6A meet in Mae Simmons Park with junior Abby Riordan taking tenth in 18:23.46 and sophomore Aaliya Fazel finishing 15th in 18:36.47. Junior Kaitlyn Irving placed 36th in 19:27.15 and seniors Hannah Pettigrew was 38th in 19:30.47 and Amanda Case was 48th in 19:50.37. Finishing out the top seven were freshman Nevaeh Pantoja was 53rd in 19:53.93 and junior Madi Turner taking 111th place in 21:06.66. Southlake Carroll won the race with 41 points. Keller was second with 52 points and Hebron was third with 120.

Senior Conner Miller finished 12th in 15:37.81 in the Region 1 meet and will also be advancing to the State Meet.

Hebron's Conner Miller and the Varsity girls team will be running a in the UIL Cross Country State Championship meet on Saturday, November 12 at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock, Texas.

Cross Country Team Accolades
  • 2016 Girls Region 1-6A, 3rd Place
  • 2016 Girls District 3rd Place
  • 2016 Girls Class 6A State Championship, 5th Place
  • 2015 Girls District 2nd Place
  • 2014 Girls Nike Cross Nationals, 8th Place
  • 2014 Girls Class 6A State Champions
  • 2013 Girls Class 5A State Championship, 6th Place
  • 2012 Girls Class 5A State Championship, 5th Place
  • 2002 Girls District Champions
  • 2001 Girls District Champions
  • 2015 Boys District Champions
  • 2013 Boys Nike Cross Nationals Qualifier
  • 2013 Boys District Champions
  • 2003 Boys District Champions
  • 2001 Boys District Champions

"Racing teaches us to challenge ourselves. It teaches us to push beyond where we thought we could go. It helps us to find out what we are made of. This is what we do. This is what it's all about."
-PattiSue Plumer, U.S. Olympian