Fall Sports Update

Fall Sports Update

Cross Country

AMCHS:  Senior All-American Karis Jochen became just the third runner ever to repeat as the Texas individual 5A girls cross country champion.  She finished the 5,000 meter course at Old Settler’s Park in Round Rock in a time of 17:18:10, winning by more than 12 seconds over the second-place finisher.

CSHS:  Competing with only freshmen and sophomores, the College Station High School girls cross country finished in fifth place at the 3A state cross country meet at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.  

Volleyball

AMCHS:  Several A&M Consolidated HS volleyball players were named to the 14-5A all-district volleyball team.  Kelly Williams was named newcomer of the year, Jordyn Slocum earned setter of the year honors and Hayley Cmajdalka was named defensive player of the year.  Other first-team all-district selections include Jordan Dickson and Kacey Cermin.  Ashlin Ford and Jessica Wagner earned second-team honors, while Maddie Gaines and Jessi Ball were named honorable mention.  Additionally, Slocum, Cmajdalka, Ball, Gaines, Carly Hicks, Ford, Cermin
and Emily Caruso were named to the academic all-district squad.

CSHS:  Several College Station HS volleyball players were named to the 18-3A all-district volleyball team.  Keaton Schrank was named newcomer of the year and was joined on the first-team by Alex Bowden and Sarah Hancock.  Rachel Nelson was selected to the second team, while Haley Wagner and Lori Hoffman earned honorable mention honors.  Every member of the team made academic all-district squad.  Those not mentioned previously include Kassidy McCabe, Darby Merritt, Hannah Spacek, Maddie Dudley, Hope Spacek, Natalie Colunga and Sofia Rangel.  Additionally, head coach Stephanie Cone was named co-coach of the year.

Football

AMCHS:  From the Bryan/College Station Eagle:  A&M Consolidated will play Klein in the first round of the football playoffs at Woodforest Bank Stadium in Shenandoah at 7:30 p.m. Friday.  Consol will be the designated visiting team.  Consol (8-2) tied Lufkin and The Woodlands for first place in District 14-5A with a 5-1 record. The Tigers are the district's top seed in Division II over Lufkin because of a point differential tiebreaker. Klein (6-4) tied Spring Dekaney for third place in 13-5A with a 5-3 mark. The winner of the Consol-Klein game will advance to the area round to face either Austin Westlake or Pflugerville Hendrickson.
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