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Woodlands Invitational

8/31/02 at The Woodlands HS

The Woodlands boys live up to top ranking

 


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The Woodlands, the Harrier's US#1 team beats US#7 Kingwood in the Woodlands Invitational, 47-56. The two teams carry their Houston rivalry next to a larger stage, the Great American Cross Country Festival in Charlotte September 28, where Kingwood is defending champion of the Race of Champions. Jonathon Norris led Woodlands by edging Kingwood sr Matt Munoz, 15:28 to 15:33, with the rest of The Woodlands team finishing 5-9-10-22. Kingwood was 2-8-13-15-18..

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TEAM
1. The Woodlands 47 <1-5-9-10-22-25-28> Harrier magazine's US #1, TX Coaches poll 5A #1
2. Kingwood 56 <2-8-13-15-18-20-39> US #7, South #2, TX Coaches poll #2
3. Klein 89 <3-4-17-30-35-36-46> South #10, TX Coaches poll #9
4. Cedar Park 99 <11-16-19-26-27-32-37> TX Coaches poll #8
5. Klein Oak 144 <6-14-23-43-58-59-65> US #23, South #8, TX Coaches poll #6
6. Dobie 164 <12-33-38-40-41-44-48> TX Coaches poll # 7

INDIVIDUAL
1. Jonathon Norris-12 Woodlands 15:28
2. Matt Munoz-12 Kingwood 15:33
3. Erik Stanley-11 Klein 15:35
4. Darren Brown-12 Klein 15:36
5. Brian Sullivan-11 Woodlands 15:40
6. Steve Magness-12 Klein Oak 15:42
7. Todd Van Velson-12 Nederland 15:43
8. Brian Duplechain-12 Kingwood 15:47
9. Daniel Zainfield-12 Woodlands 15:56
10. Dane Hurtubise-11 Woodlands 15:59
11. Matt Manly-11 Cedar Park 16:07
12. Luis Cavazos-12 Dobie 16:10
13. Luke Funderburg-12 Kingwood 16:12
14. Gabe Gonzales-12 Klein Oak 16:16
15. Tom Wensrich-11 Kingwood 16:17
16. Tim Simmons-12 Cedar Park 16:17
17. Steven Grice-12 Klein 16:22
18. Brian Bergquist-11 Kingwood 16:25
19. C Carey-xx Cedar Park 16:26
20. David Matuschak-11 Kingwood 16

Girls

 


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