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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Due to a rainout of the Morton meet on September 6th, Saturday, September 13th was the first meet for the Plains Cowboys and Cowgirls of the 2014 cross country season.  It also happened to be the Plains Cowboy and Cowgirl Invitational at Yoakum County Park.  It was a great day for our runners as outstanding individual performances . . . read more

Jaime Cueto Qualifies for State CC Meet!!

November 3, 2014

The Plains Cowgirls cross country team and Cowboy Jaime Cueto competed at the Region 1 Cross Country meet on Friday, October 31 at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock.  The field of runners in both the boys and girls races were unbelievably . . . read more

Plains Cowgirls and Jaime Cueto Qualify for Regionals!l

October 23, 2014

It was a great day for the Plains cross country teams as every level was successful.  The day started off at noon with the varsity Cowgirls stepping up to the line to compete against the other 6 schools in our district.  After all . . . read more

Cross-Country: Multiple Plains Runners Earn Medals at O'Donnell Meet

October 14, 2014

Saturday October 11th saw the Plains Cowboys and Cowgirls make their annual trek to Forrest Park in Lamesa for O’Donnell ISD’s “Romp in the Park.”  It was a great day for Plains runners as several medaled and even . . . read more

CC @ Sundown Oilpatch Invitational

Cowgirls and Cowboys Claim Medals

October 6, 2014

For the first time in three years the Sundown Oil Patch Invitational was held on a day with decent weather!!  After last year’s 37 degree ordeal, Saturday’s meet was a sunny pleasure.  Several Cowboys and Cowgirls came . . . read more

Cross-Country: Cowboys and Cowgirls in Smyer Invitational

September 23, 2014

The Plains Cowboys and Cowgirls participated in the Smyer Invitational on Saturday, September 20th.  After two weeks of rain, the regular course was understandably very muddy.  The Smyer coaching staff was still having to change the . . . read more

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