Kempner Girls Freshman Cross Country

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Cross country season ends at Regionals

The KHS cross country team’s season came to a close at the UIL Region III Championships, held at Kate Barr-Ross Park in Huntsville on October 22, but not before the squad faced their fellow Fort Bend ISD harriers at the District 20-6A tilt. Brandon Phegley was the lone Cougar to advance to the second round

Mother Nature unofficial winner of Cougar Classic XC Invite

Some 40 high school teams from throughout Houston and as far away as Corpus Christi traveled to Sugar Land’s Imperial Park to participate in the fifth annual Cougar Classic Cross Country Invitational, held on September 28. Nearly 700 runners competed in the varsity and JV divisions.  There also were additional freshman and open races that

Cross country runners already heating up

Cross country runners already heating up The summer conditioning program for the 2018 Kempner cross country team is well underway as a group of several dozen runners have been meeting nearly every morning to workout ahead of the blistering summer heat. Both the boys and girls teams feature a good mix of experienced, returning runners

Kempner harriers qualify two for regionals

On a bright, sunny – yet moderately cool – morning of October 12, the Kempner cross country teams challenged the rest of the district’s 6A schools at the UIL District 6A-20 championships, held at Kitty Hollow Park in Missouri City. The courses – three miles for the varsity boys and girls – were flat, with

4th Annual Cougar Classic in the books for 2017

The 4th annual Cougar Classic Cross Country Meet was run today at Imperial Park in Sugar Land.  Squads from 40 different schools converged on the race site and brought over 1000 runners to compete in 6 different divisions.  The 2.5K (1.5 mile) circuit around the park provided runners with multiple elevation changes as well as

Kempner Cross Country faces stiff challenge at Cougar Classic

The Cougar harriers competed in their home meet on September 28, while facing a very deep and competitive group of teams from all over the Houston – Galveston area.  The course, at Imperial Park, provided the runners with a mixture of detailed trails and long rolling stretches of course what were prime areas for overtaking opponents. Some of

Kempner High School Girls Junior Varsity Cross Country finishes 7th place

Thursday, September 28, 2017 7:00 AM Place 7 Points 266 Meet Recap Kempner JV Girls Lead FBISD in Cougar Classic Top 5 Finishers Iman Ahmed (18th 11:24.55) Mariela HERNANDEZ(36th 11:52.10) Hellen Wu(57th 12:17.32) Dua Sayeed(71st 12:38.58) Karla Avila (84th 12:53.31) Non Scoring Finishers Terri Hayes(97th 13:03.25) Amy Romero (121st 13:45.45) Emilie Hammons( 169th 14:49.29) Opponents

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 High School Girls Freshman Cross Country finishes 5th place

Saturday, September 16, 2017 9:00 AM Place 5 Points 136 Meet Recap Helen Wu (18th 16:06.40) Iman Ahmed (16:13.10) Dua Sayeed (31st, 16:56.20) Mariela Hernandez (37th, 17:36.90) Amy Romero (47th, 17:49.00) Opponents School Place Points Kempner High School 5 136