For the second consecutive season, the Saint Jo High School and Junior High School cross country teams will open in Oklahoma.
Taylor Klement has been named head coach of both the boys’ and girls’ teams, replacing Kyle Sivadon. He will be an assistant at Conference 4A La Vernia, near San Antonio, this year.
The Panthers and Lady Panthers, expected to contend for the District 1A-21 title, will compete at the Duncan Invitational on Sept. 3.
Saint Jo also will compete at meets in Jacksboro on Sept. 17 and Walters, Okla., on Sept. 20.
The schedule takes Saint Jo to Bowie for the Rabbit Run on Oct. 5, and then Decatur for the Reunion Run on Oct. 8.
The dates and times for the district meet have not been determined. The regional meet will take place at Lynn Creek Park in Grand Prairie, but the exact date hasn’t been determined. The regional meet deadline is Oct. 31.
Read more from this cross country notebook in the July 30 Bowie News.
Saint Jo High School should receive a jolt with Logan Morman now running as a freshman. The Panthers could contend for the District 1A-21 crown. Morman is shown here running during the 2014 Saint Jo Invitational at Willa Walla Shooting Range in Dye Mound. (News file photo by Eric Viccaro)