Cross country teams have great moments
Ozona High School cross country teams competed in the district and they had many great moments.
Every week, the Cross Country Coaches Association of Texas votes on state rankings based on depth, results and individual times. The district, district 7-2A has four state-ranked teams and is voted out of Region 1 as the most competitive district in the entire region.
Ozona’s girls fought hard to advance out to 3rd place with Cameran Ochoa being the team’s top medalist in 8th place.
Christoval placed 1st, Sonora 2nd, and Ozona was 3rd, edging out a tough Eldorado team. Ozona’s JV girls placed 3rd. Sonora and Christoval are talented groups in the JV division. Aaliyah Renteria was Ozona’s top medalist and Ayumi Hernandez was the next top runner for JV girls.
Ozona’s varsity boys took 5th place.
Moses Ramirez has been steadily improving and placed 8th in the district, which given the toughness of the top 10 in the district is a HUGE accomplishment. He will be Ozona’s lone boy advancing out.
Ozona’s JV boys were district runners up. Tino Castillo and Josh Loscano received medals.
Their course is a tad long for the boys; it was 3.15. It was also a very hilly course rolling hills on Kaliche, so it was a great but hard course.
For the complete results of the meet, visit athleteguild.com/event/christoval-tx/2023-district-7-2a-xc-meet/results.
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