Miller Grove takes first in all divisions

  • Miller Grove members of the first place cross country team in district are (from left) Jorja Bessonett, Lauren Bullard, Kyli Melton, Jolee Fox and Kylee Saldana. Bessonett was the district individual champion with a time of 11:56 for first place honors. The Miller Grove teams advance to regional which will be held in Dallas on Oct. 28. The team is hoping for a return to state which is set for Nov. 9 in Round Rock. Staff photos by Taylor Nye
    Miller Grove members of the first place cross country team in district are (from left) Jorja Bessonett, Lauren Bullard, Kyli Melton, Jolee Fox and Kylee Saldana. Bessonett was the district individual champion with a time of 11:56 for first place honors. The Miller Grove teams advance to regional which will be held in Dallas on Oct. 28. The team is hoping for a return to state which is set for Nov. 9 in Round Rock. Staff photos by Taylor Nye
  • District champions in cross country are members of the Miller Grove team, (from left) Lexton Sly, Anthony Lester, Riley Hasten, Tanner Hensley, Lance Davis, Isaiah Billingsley and Kobe Robertson. Billingsley was the district champion, taking first with a time of 15:05. The team won first and will also advance to regional with the Hornets taking places first through seventh to sweep action. Miller Grove won all divisions at the district meet held Wednesday at MGHS.
    District champions in cross country are members of the Miller Grove team, (from left) Lexton Sly, Anthony Lester, Riley Hasten, Tanner Hensley, Lance Davis, Isaiah Billingsley and Kobe Robertson. Billingsley was the district champion, taking first with a time of 15:05. The team won first and will also advance to regional with the Hornets taking places first through seventh to sweep action. Miller Grove won all divisions at the district meet held Wednesday at MGHS.
Cross Country MILLER GROVE - State cross country power Miller Grove swept all events in District 23-A action held Wednesday, Oct.16. The event, conducted at Centennial Park in Commerce, belonged to the host school. “Last year we missed state by one footstep. Winning district, that’s great and everything, but that’s not our goal. That’s why I don’t allow celebrating and acting cute and…

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