Blue Springs Girls Varsity Cross Country

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TESSA VALDIVIA EARNS FIRST TEAM ALL-METRO

Senior XC Runner Tessa Valdivia was recently named First Team All-Metro by the KC Cross Country Coaches Association after her outstanding 2018 season.  Valdivia capped the year with a 2nd place finish at the MSHSAA State Championships in October. Congratulations, Tessa!   Kansas City Cross Country Coaches Association Announces the Girls First Team and Honorable

TESSA VALDIVA FINISHES 2ND AT MSHSAA XC CHAMPIONSHIP TO EARN ALL-STATE

Senior Cross Country star Tessa Valdivia finished in 2nd place at the MSHSAA Girls XC Championship.  Valdivia earned the silver medal with a time of 19:00.46 and was named First Team All-State.  Junior Alyna Thibault ran a time of 21:11.57.   RESULTS: http://trxctiming.com/MSHSAA_State_XC/2018/Results/2018_class_4_girls_results.htm (CLICK HERE)   Congratulations to Tessa Valdivia with the2nd place finish at the State

VALDIVIA AND THIBAULT QUALIFY FOR STATE

The Girls XC Team placed 7th at the Sectional Cross Country Meet, over the weekend. Two individuals, Tessa Valdivia (2nd Place) and Alyna Thibault (19th Place), qualified for the State XC Meet in Jefferson City November 3rd.   Tessa Valdivia of @WildcatsBSHS and Elizabeth Stinson of @LNEagleXC ran much of the C4S4 race within each other's shadow. Valdiva broke away

VALDIVIA, MCCLAIN TALK CROSS COUNTRY WITH SONIC LOCKER ROOM SHOW (AUDIO)

Cross Country stars Tessa Valdivia and Gabe McClain were recently interviewed by the Sonic Locker Room Show to talk about their successful XC as they head into the upcoming state championship meet.  Check out the audio of the interview below:     Here is this week's @thebswildcats show highlighting cross country. https://t.co/uuNWvLjNMD@AlthausEJC @BSSDnews https://t.co/ndzF06QVP2 —

VALDIVIA WINS DISTRICT XC CHAMPIONSHIP, TEAM QUALIFIES FOR SECTIONALS

The Girls XC Team placed 3rd at Districts on Saturday to qualify for Sectionals. We also had six Individual Sectional Qualifiers that placed in the Top 30. The team was led by Tessa Valdivia, who was the Individual District Champion, winning the race by 50 seconds. The following girls also medaled: Alyna Thibault (18th), Alli Wharton

VALDIVIA EARNS 2ND AT CONFERENCE, GIRLS XC FINISHES 5TH

The Girls Cross Country team finished 5th overall as a team at the Suburban Gold Conference meet. The Wildcats had some tremendous individual performances led by senior Tessa Valdivia who was 2nd overall and earned 1st Team All-Conference Honors. Senior Reese Howard also had a standout performance, placing 19th overall in the meet.   Congratulations to Tessa Valdivia who took

GIRLS XC EARNS 2ND AT LAKER 5K IN CAMDENTON

Both the Varsity and JV Girls Cross Country Teams earned 2nd place trophies at the Laker 5K in Camdenton. The number 9 ranked Wildcats (without number 2 runner Alyna Thibault) lost to 8th ranked Columbia Hickman by only 9 points. We competed very well despite being shorthanded. The Varsity team had 3 medalists: Tessa Valdivia (3rd place), Reese

VALDIVIA EARNS 7TH AT RIM ROCK FARM HS CLASSIC IN LAWRENCE, KS

The Girls XC team competed at the Rim Rock Farm High School Classic in Lawrence, KS on Saturday.  In a field of 230 runners in our race, Senior Tessa Valdivia (7th place) and Junior Alyna Thibault (26th place) led the way for the Wildcats. The team is now ranked 9th in Class 4 Missouri heading into the coming week.

GIRLS JV XC PLACES 3RD AT VARSITY INVITE

  The BSHS Girls XC Team entered their JV team (Varsity didn’t compete) into the Varsity XC Tournament on Saturday. Overall, the BSHS JV team finished 3rd out of 8 Varsity teams. There were 92 runners in the race and the Wildcats had 6 medalists in the top 25. They were: Alli Wharton (4th), Priscila Romo (13th), Samantha Whitaker (20th),

THIBAULT LEADS GIRLS XC TO 9TH PLACE AT FOREST PARK FESTIVAL

cr The Girls XC Team placed 9th out of 21 teams at the Forest Park XC Festival in St. Louis. Alyna Thibault (Jr) and Reese Howard (Sr) placed 24th and 38th respectively in a field of 150 runners and paved the way for the team through the very muddy course. The 24th place finish earned Alyna Thibault medalist honors for