CANYON, Texas – Hardin-Simmons men’s and women’s cross country performed well at the
West Texas A&M Invitational held Friday in Canyon.
The Cowgirls placed fourth as a team in the 5K run with Lindsey Hinton finishing 11th with a
time of 21:04. Julia Holub finished 18th for the Cowgirls with a time of 21:37, Maloree Kendall
finished 22nd with a time of 22:47. Julie Cole finished 24th with a time of 23:01, Whitney
Browning finished 25th with a time of 23:07 and Halee Edwards finished 29th with a time of
23:51. Lauren Garcia finished 35th, Jessica Lauderdale finished 36th, Whitney Rankin finished
40th, Maggie Perry finished 41st and Shelley Voss finished 42nd for the Cowgirls.
South Plains College in Levelland took first place with the top female runner being Natoya
Goule who finished with a time of 18:59.
The Cowboys had three runners compete in the 8k run with Nathaniel Robinson placing 37th
with a time of 29:52. Marcus Estrada finished 50th with a time of 32:03 and Cameron Lowman
finished 55th with a time of 33:15.
Eastern New Mexico took first in the men’s with the first place finisher being Kemoy Campbell
of South Plains College with a time of 25:20.
“Running against tough competition is preparing us for our championship season. We were
the only non-scholarship school in attendance, but I’m proud of how we competed against
the D-II and Junior Colleges,” said Hailey.
The Cowgirls and Cowboys return to action October 16th at the University of Texas-Permian
Basin in Odessa.