Running

SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS —  The De Queen cross country teams ventured to north Texas for a Sept. 6 meet hosted by North Hopkins High School of Sulphur Springs.

The Leopards finished first in the boys varsity meet and also boys JV meet. The Lady Leopards were third in the varsity girls and second in the girls JV.

Boys

Hector Hernandez completed the 5K course in 17:04.

Asael Sanchez, Alejandro Lerma and Anthony Sanchez finished together in 17:47.

Alexis Hernandez ran 18:58, Kevin Villeda 19:52, Fernando Morales 19:56 and Gamma Lerma 20:02.

Geovany Salgado clocked 20:42, Enrique Zapata 20:45, Manuel Alvarez 21:06, Brandon Delgado 21:27 and Joshua Camarillo 21:32.

Sebastian Bahena ran 22:17, Miguel Diaz 22:22, Song Chhang 22:31 and Anthony Guerrera 22:55.

Alan Villamil clocked 25:03, Ezequil Gonzalez 23:55, Javier Arce 23:59, Juan Loaiza 24:01 and Aldo Hernandez 26:08.

Girls

Heidy Galvan was the first Lady Leopard to finish the 3200 meter course with a time of 13:38.

Sara Victoriano ran 14:41, Kenya Martinez 14:54, Xochitl Florez 14:56 and Pamela Delgado 14:57.

Natalie Martinez crossed the finish line in 15:05, Jasmin Sanchez 16:21 and Liliana Hernadez in 16:32.

Yaritza Martinez ran 17:08, Miryana Rafael 17:15, Ashley Contreras 17:35, Janae Tirado 17:47, Alicia Salazar 17:49 and Antonette Worthy 17:59.

Geselle Hernandez timed 18:21, Jinnefer Lagunas 18:41 and Kimberly Delgado 18:51.

Nubia Buendia finished in 19:01, Matilda Jacobo 19:21, Daniela Salazar 19:34 and America Pulido-Rojas in 22:30. 

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