The UIL 6A Track and Field State Championships were held May 13 and 14 at Mike Myers Stadium on the campus of the University of Texas. DeSoto High School won both the boys and girls team titles. The Atascocita boys were the top area team with a fifth place finish. The top five boys point totals were DeSoto (54), Manvel (50), Mansfield (36), Comal Canyon (28), and Atascocita (24). The Kingwood girls tied for 20th . click here for complete story
But they redeemed themselves Saturday morning at the Nike NXN South Regional Meet with spots on the line for the Nike National Championship on Dec. 5 in Portland, Ore.
With similar muddy conditions at Bear Branch Park like at Round Rock Old Settlers Park back in the state meet, the Lady Mustangs qualified for nationals as team with a second place finish while senior Abby Guidry medaled with a third place finish. click here for complete story
The Region 2 6A Champion Kingwood Mustangs took to the course at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock on Saturday for the UIL Texas State Cross Country Championships. click here for complete story
The Kingwood, Atascocita, and College Park cross country teams competed in the Red Eagle Relays, held Saturday at Atascocita High School. The meet format consisted of each school fielding three relay teams made up of three runners each. Each relay leg covered two miles.
The varsity boys got the day started. College Park’s top relay team took home the title in 30:35. The Kingwood relay team of Jeremy Rich, George Cyboran, and Harry Bellow was the runner up in 30:57. Atascocita was third in 31:30. click here for complete story
The Kingwood High School cross country teams got the 2015 season started on Friday with the Watermelon Run, their annual intrasquad meet.
The veteran Mustang girls team returns five of seven athletes from the 2014 team that placed third at the UIL 6A state meet. click here for complete story
The Kingwood High School Track and Field teams competed in the UIL Region II 6A Track and Field Championships at Baylor University on Friday and Saturday. The defending state champion boys team took home the regional title with 55 points followed by The Woodlands (51) and Atascocita (42).
The girls team took home fourth place with 32 points behind Killeen Harker Heights (68), The Woodlands (56), and Dekaney (48). While participants in the regional meet advance as individuals, team scores are calculated. Forty-one schools had athletes score in the boys meet, and thirty-five in the girls meet. The top two finishers in each event advance to the state meet. click here for complete story
Kingwood’s Cross Country program, like many Kingwood athletic programs, has had a long history of success. Since 1988, the men’s program has racked up 20 district titles, 13 regional titles, 9 state titles, and 3 national championships. Since 1983, the women’s program has won 26 district titles, 24 regional titles, 8 state titles, and has been Nike National Qualifiers 4 times. The simple version: A Tradition of Excellence. click here for complete story