Blue Springs Girls Varsity Cross Country

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HUBNER, VALDIVIA DOMINATE AS DISTANCE DUO

****The following is a student-written article by Brett Tieman written for the BSHS Campus Crier. Check out the online edition of the Campus Crier by clicking here.**** The girls track team has seen plenty of success this season, earning a top-three finish in every meet so far and winning two. A large part of this success

GIRLS XC SUMMER WORKOUT SCHEDULE ANNOUCEMENT

ATTENTION ALL GIRLS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE BSHS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM:   Starting on June 4th, Girls XC will be meeting Monday through Thursday throughout the summer from 7:00-9:00 AM.   Please e-mail Coach Johnson at mjohnson@bssd.net for more information.

30 WILDCAT STUDENT-ATHLETES SET TO SIGN WITH COLLEGE PROGRAMS ON WEDNESDAY (2/7)

30 student-athletes are set to sign their National Letters of Intent, on Wednesday at BSHS.  At 10:50 am (Wildcat Hour Shift 1) in the Big Gymnasium, these student-athletes will be recognized and honored for signing to compete in collegiate athletics.  All parents of these student-athletes are invited to attend:   Football Khristian Boyd – N.

FALL SPORTS AWARDS – GIRLS XC RUNNER OF THE YEAR

After over a week of voting, the results are in for the first round of voting for the first annual BSWildcats.com Fall Sports Awards. Validivia was the Cat’s top XC runner throughout the entire season.  Tess won the vote by a large margin.  Validivia was First Team All-Conference, All-Area, and All-State. CHECK OUT ROUND 1 VOTING RESULTS: https://bswildcats.com/2017/12/11/fall-sports-awards-preliminary-resultsvote-for-finals/

BSWILDCATS.COM – VOTE FOR THE FALL SPORTS AWARDS

BSWildcats.com has announced it’s first annual “Fall Sports Awards.”  Please vote below for your favorite male/female team of the year, plus your favorite athlete in each sport. *The winner of each team’s “athlete of the year” will compete in a final vote for “BSWildcats.com Male/Female Fall Athlete of the Year” beginning 12/11/18. Voting Ends 12/11/18

HUBNER AND VALDIVIA EARN 1ST TEAM ALL-AREA

Junior Tessa Valdivia and Senior Elaina Hubner were each recognized by the Eastern Jackson County Examiner as 1st Team All-Area Cross Country runners, last week.  Hubner and Valdivia each earned All-State Honors at the MSHSAA State XC Championships, earlier this month. Sophomore Alyna Thibault earned Honorable Mention All-Area by the Examiner. YOU CAN READ THE EXAMINER

RUNNING AWAY WITH THE GOLD – CROSS COUNTRY

************THIS IS A STUDENT-WRITTEN ARTICLE BY KRISTIAN FRISBEY FOR THE BSHS NEWSPAPER, THE CAMPUS CRIER.  READ THE ONLINE EDITION OF THE CAMPUS CRIER BY CLICKING HERE************   After a 35 year wait, the boys cross country team has captured the Missouri Class Four State Championship trophy. After finishing the regular season undefeated, senior Victor Mugeche

VALDIVIA AND HUBNER EARN FIRST TEAM ALL-STATE

(JR) Tessa Valdivia and (SR) Elaina Hubner each claimed All-State honors at the MSHSAA Girls Cross Country Championships on Saturday.  Validiva (18:57) earned 6th place while Hubner (19:25) finished in 16th. Head Coach Matthew Johnson was overjoyed with the ladies’ performance, “both girls ran a spectacular race. It was the best race each of them

VALDIVIA AND HUBNER QUALIFY FOR STATE

The Girls Cross Country Team completed their last meet before the MSHSAA State Championships with an excellent performance at the Sectional Championships.  Team leaders Tess Valdivia (9th place) and Elaina Hubner (11th) each qualified for the state championships in Jefferson City, next week.  Overall, the team claimed 6th place at the Sectional Championships.  

GIRLS XC 2ND AT DISTRICTS; ADVANCES TO SECTIONALS

The Blue Springs Girls Cross Country Team made their mark at the District Championships over the weekend.  Tessa Valdivia continued her epic season with a 3rd place finish while Elaina Hubner finished 4th. The Cats received a well-balanced team performance from their entire squad.  Alyna Thibault (10th), Kyleigh Ingalls (14th), Brooklyn Watkins (20th), Reese Howard (23rd), and