Cross country teams open season with top 10 finishes in Plano

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Cross country teams open season with top 10 finishes in Plano

Three athletes finished in the top ten with senior Zach Moore placing third with a time of 16:58:58, junior Sumukh Sakish placed sixth with a time of 17:08:01 and senior Jahson Ferguson finished ninth in a 17:16:12 run.

Three athletes finished in the top ten with senior Zach Moore placing third with a time of 16:58:58, junior Sumukh Sakish placed sixth with a time of 17:08:01 and senior Jahson Ferguson finished ninth in a 17:16:12 run.

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Three athletes finished in the top ten with senior Zach Moore placing third with a time of 16:58:58, junior Sumukh Sakish placed sixth with a time of 17:08:01 and senior Jahson Ferguson finished ninth in a 17:16:12 run.

used by permission from Ben Manning

used by permission from Ben Manning

Three athletes finished in the top ten with senior Zach Moore placing third with a time of 16:58:58, junior Sumukh Sakish placed sixth with a time of 17:08:01 and senior Jahson Ferguson finished ninth in a 17:16:12 run.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

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Saturday launched the 2019 cross country season as both the boys’ and girls’ teams ran in the Plano Invitational at Russell Creek

Both boys and girls finished in eighth, with the girls’ team earning 207 points and the boys scoring 222 points.

“Our goal was to start the season off strong and set the tone for where we want to be for districts which I believe we did,” senior Pierce Rupert said. “We have a lot of returning runners this year and that helped us make a name for ourselves as frontrunners.”

Senior Jahson Ferguson, finished 24th with a time of 17:20.82.

“My energy was defined as pretty determined,” Ferguson said. “The boys are now more motivated than ever to go to state. Overall I believe our program is going to be fierce this year and I think we are going to go pretty far.”