It had been four years since Roberto Apodaca had competed in the state cross-country championship.
In late summer, Brinlie Stevens was still trying to decide what fall sport she wanted to participate in as she was preparing for high school.
It’s been more than a year since Clare Hawkins has resembled the form that made her one of the top crosscountry runners in the state.
It was going to take more than a bad ankle to deny Roberto Apodaca a trip to the state cross-country championships.
The double team of Bella Myers and Sadie Hermosillo climbed another notch higher at this year’s Class 3-2-1A state tennis tournament, earning a seventh place finish following two days of competition.