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Kempner High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 27th place

Thursday, September 28, 2017 7:00 AM Place 27 Points 651 Meet Recap Cougar Boys Varsity make solid showing in very deep and competitive Cougar Classic Brandon Phegley (57th 19:20.99) Matthew Anderson (100th 20:21.09) Jason Granados (162th 23:00.17) Stephen Slage (165th 23:03.27) MOHAMMED R. ABU-REZEQ (167th 23:40.46) Non Points Finishers Cesar HERNANDEZ (169th 23:55.78) Jonah Luke

Kempner High School Boys Junior Varsity Cross Country finishes 25th place

Thursday, September 28, 2017 7:00 AM Place 25 Points 580 Meet Recap Kempner JV Boys have strong showing at Cougar Classic TOp 5 Francis OGBONNA (39th 23:20.74) Bryan Lerma (116th 23:20.74) John Valdez (127th 23:45.16) Vicente Reyes (134th 24:03.03) Marley HARNAMJI (164th 26:24.56) Non Points Places Brandon Romero ( 169th 27:20.62) Opponents School Place Points

Kempner High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 21st place

Saturday, September 23, 2017 8:00 AM Place 21 Points 606 Meet Recap Brandon Phegley (18:54 52nd) Stephen Slage (19:13 64th) Matthew Anderson (20:07, 124th overall) Jason Granados (22:32, 179th) Jonah Luke (23:30, 191st). Opponents School Place Points Kempner High School 21 606

Coogs face state’s best at Brenham Hillacious XC Invitational

The Cougar harriers headed north on September 23, taking a step up in class to race at the Brenham Hillacious Invitational.  The course, widely-recognized as one of the tougher routes in the state, also featured some of the top teams from the greater Houston area split across two divisions. Included on the start list was

Cross country teams start busy week at Runnin’ Texans Invite

The Cougar cross country teams traveled to Pasadena on September 22 to compete in the first of three meets within a seven-day period, racing in the Runnin’ Texans Invitational.  The meet, hosted by Pasadena Sam Rayburn HS, was held on a sloppy course filled with mud and water that challenged the runners and slowed the

Kempner XC teams get back to action after Harvey delay

While no coach will tell anyone that more than a month off between competitive action is part of any season plan, it is exactly what many cross country runners throughout the Greater Houston area and beyond have been forced to deal with following Hurricane Harvey. Many of the Cougar runners were able to stay on

Cross Country teams get season started with scrimmage vs. Logos Prep

While many Texans’ thoughts turn to football in the fall, the boys and girls cross country teams “kicked off” their seasons with an unscored dual meet against Logo Prep on August 12. The meet was held at Sugar Land Memorial Park with all athletes racing over a course slightly longer than four-kilometers on a very

4th Annual Cougar Classic Cross Country Meet announced

4th Annual Cougar Classic Cross Country Meet Thursday September 28, 2017 Imperial Park, Sugar Land Texas Head Cross Country Coach, Angela Pierce, Kempner High School angela.pierce@fortbendisd.com Course Description: 1 ½ mile loop the terrain is grassy with steep up/down hills, and water crossings. 200-meter start area with numbered team boxes provides for good spectating and