ROUND ROCK — Calhoun’s Emme O’Donnell finished second in the Class 4A girls division at the UIL Cross Country State Championships on Tuesday at Old Settler’s Park.
The Shiner girls cross country team finished in fourth place at the Texas UIL Class 2A State Cross Country Meet on Tuesday, November 24, 2020. The Lady Comanche team are, left-to-right, Coach Michelle Winkenwerder, Mari Grosenbacher, Riley Rainosek, Jocelyn Moreno, Hayleigh Burns, Bailey Smith, Katie Machart, Hannah Pustka, Megan Epley, Rylee Vancura, Hana Lehnert, Eva Taracena, Brooke Epley and Autumn Bishop. photo from Shiner ISD Facebook page
O’Donnell, a senior, had a time of 11 minutes, 35.55 seconds to earn a silver medal. She finished seventh in the Class 5A division at last year’s state meet.
Adele Clark of Celina won the gold medal in a time of 11:31.04.
Louise’s Antonio Martinez earned a medal by finishing fourth in the Class 2A boys division in a time of 16:29.20.
The Shiner girls place fourth in the Class 2A team standing with 113 points.
Rylee Vancura finished 16th in a time of 13:06.67 to lead the Lady Comanches.
Shiner’s Mari Grosenbacher finished 49th (13:42.85), Riley Rainosek was 51st (13:45.48), Jocelyn Moreno was 52nd (13:46.51), Bailey Smith was 72nd (14:05.71) and Hannah Pustka was 106th (15:01.02).
Schulenburg’s Taylor Limbaugh earned a medal in the Class 2A girls division by finishing 10th in a time of 13:00.69.
Kenedy’s Lupe Bucio placed 25th in the girls Class 2A division in a time of 13:17.81.
Beeville’s Jada Johnson was 47th (13:03.65) and Calhoun’s Phoebe Huang was 60th (13:16.59) in the Class 4A girls division.
Falls City’s Kash Brown finished 39th (17:47.29) and Flatonia’s Oscar Guerrero (18:21.00) was 68th in the Class 2A boys division.