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Cross Country dominates in muddy first meet

Jenna Jaffray, Staff Writer

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The Varsity girls Cross Country team took 1st place and the Varsity boys team took 3rd place this past Saturday at their first cross country meet.

The Mud, Sweat, and Cheers meet that the team competed at is a 6 mile relay, where each of the 4 legs run 1.5 miles each. Competitors have to run through mud, jump over hay bales, and even more to complete the race.

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Jenna Jaffray, Senior Writer

Hi! I’m Jenna and I’m a senior writer for the Cougar Claw and a sophomore here at Tomball High School. I love to run, read, write, and spend time with...

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