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2020-21 Cen-Tex Middle School District Alignment

The 2020-21 Cen-Tex Middle School district will have a different look this upcoming season with the addition of several schools. The district has expanded to 16 schools and will be divided into two divisions. Joining the current schools will be Belton M.S. (Belton ISD), Cesar Chavez M.S., G.W. Carver M.S., Indian Springs M.S., Tennyson M.S.

Urbina claims district cross country title for Travis boys

WACO – The Travis Mustang 7th and 8th grade cross country teams participated in the Cen-Tex Middle School Cross Country Championships on Wednesday at the HOT Soccer Complex in Waco. Jonathan Urbina had the top performance on the day for the Mustangs in the 7th grade division as he won the individual championship out of 49 runners. Urbina’s time in winning the gold

Travis boys cross country results from the South Belton Invitational

BELTON – The Travis  Mustang 7th and 8th grade cross country teams participated in their final tuneup before district by competing in the South Belton Invitational on Wednesday. Julian Jimenez had the lone runner on the day for the Mustangs in the 8th grade division as he placed 10th out of 28 runners. Jimenez’s time for the 2 mile course

Travis boys cross country results from the Cameron Invitational

CAMERON – The Travis Mustang 7th and 8th grade cross country teams participated the Cameron Invitational on Saturday morning. Jonathan Urbina had the top performance on the day for the Mustangs as he placed 26th out of 124 runners. Urbina’s time for the 2 mile course was 13:14. The remaining top performers for Travis were: Julian Jimenez (30) – 13:23 Damian

Tyson Tamez claims district boys cross country title

WACO – Congratulations to the Travis Science Academy boys cross country teams as they participated in the Centex District Cross Country Championships held on Wednesday at the Heart of Texas Soccer Complex in Waco. Special congratulations to Tyson Tamez who claimed 1st Place in the 8th Grade division as he ran an event best 11:34

Tamez take 1st Place at Cameron Cross Country Meet

CAMERON – The Travis Mustang 7th and 8th grade boys cross country team took fifth place on Saturday in the Cameron Invitational. The Mustangs were led by Tyson Tamez who took 1st Place overall in the individual standings. Tamez completed the two mile course in a meet best time of 11:27. Here is how the Mustangs

Tamez leads Travis boys cross country

Congratulation to the Travis Science Academy boys and girls cross country team for competing in the Jarrell meet on Saturday. Special congratulation goes to Tyson Tamez who placed 1st overall in the boys junior high division, also placing in the top 10 were Anthony Soto with a 6th place finish and Jesaiah Hernandez with a

Temple Cross Country closes season at Regional Meet

The Tem-Cat and Wildcat Cross Country teams finished 12th and 13th respectively out of 24 teams at the Class 5A Region 3 Cross Country championships in Huntsville. Leading the Tem-Cats was Arleth Subiria, who finished in 47th place with a time of 21:38.  She was followed by Lexi Medlock(78th), Jackie Vass(82nd), Hannah Esparza(83rd) and Carly Moore(93rd). 

Bonham Boys Cross Country results from the District Meet

WACO – The Bonham boys 7th cross country team participated in the Centex District Cross Country Championships on Wednesday at the Heart of Texas Soccer Complex in Waco. The 7th Grade team finished in 8th Place in the team standings, however, her are the individual results from Wednesday’s competition. Zaid Silero – 15th Place (13:43)

Temple cross country teams advance to regionals

COLLEGE STATION – The Wildcat and Tem-Cat Cross Country teams both finished 3rd at the 18-5A District Meet held Thursday at the Texas A&M cross country course.  In the process, both teams secured berths to the regional meet to be held October 23rd at Kate Barr Ross Park in Huntsville. The Wildcats narrowly missed out