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With cross country season ending and state champions crowned, it's time for fans to speak up. VYPE DFW went through some of the top runners in the area and compiled a poll for the fans to decide who should be the VYPE DFW Public School Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year!
VYPE DFW's Public School Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year Fan Poll is now LIVE! Fans will have the opportunity to vote until Monday, November 22 at 7 p.m.
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The Southlake Carroll boys and girls cross country team ran in the UIL Region 1-6A Championships last week in Lubbock where they both posted great races. Both teams posted incredible runs in order to qualify for the UIL State Cross Country Meet on Friday, November 5 and Saturday, November 6th in Round Rock, Texas.
Congratulations to our Boys for winning the Region 1-6a meet today. This is our 12th consecutive trip to State! pic.twitter.com/2sU4Nhqpin— Carroll XC (@CarrollCXC) October 25, 2021
The Dragons' boys cross country team was led by junior runner David Fisher (finished 6th overall with a 15:55 time), junior runner Robert Freeman (finished 9th overall with a 16:03 time), and junior Tyler Ortiz (finished 18th overall with a 16:19 time) to win the Region 1-6A meet for the fourth consecutive year. With their first-place finish, the Dragons will race in the State Championships for the 12th year in a row.
Should the Dragons go on to win the state title, Southlake Carroll will have harnessed their third-straight state title in cross country.
Congratulations to our Girls for placing 2nd today at the Region 1-6a meet. This is our 25th consecutive trip to State! pic.twitter.com/2nCe6T8Kkq— Carroll XC (@CarrollCXC) October 25, 2021
The Lady Dragons finished in second place during the Region 1-6A Regional finals. Southlake Carroll girls cross country was led by senior runner Kaylie Cox who finished in 9th place with a 18:45 time. Junior Ava Bushaw finished in 10th with a time of 18:58 and sophomore Sylvia Schwedler finished in 13th with a time of 19:15.
The Lady Dragon runners' second-place finish at the regional finals, Southlake Carroll girls cross country qualified for the State Championship meet for the 25th consecutive season.