Both the Heavener boys and girls along with the Poteau boys qualified for the state meet next Saturday in Shawnee
CASC adds two runners to cross country program, including Arturo Ortega of Heavener
The 2017 Heavener cross country schedule
CASC signs first runner to cross country program
By CRAIG HALL
Heavener senior Nathan Binns signed to run cross country and track with the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma on Wednesday afternoon.
Binns is the second senior to sign with a college to run track after state cross country champion Barbara Johnson signed with East Central University.
“I am … Read More
SHAWNEE—Heavener’s Barbara Johnson won the state 3A cross country championship on Saturday.
Johnson ran down and passed Marietta’s Mandy Sykora near the finish line to win Heavener’s first cross country state championship.
After finishing fourth in the regional last week, Johnson ran a time of 11:53.81 to by less than a second … Read More
HENRYETTA—Wister’s boys qualified for the state cross country meet while four Heavener runners also advanced to the state meet at Saturday’s regional meets at Henryetta.
Wister’s boys finished seventh in the 2A regional to qualify while Kolton Lynn was second with a time of 17:34.4. Other Wister runners were Mason Goforth … Read More
GREENWOOD, Ark.—Heavener’s cross country teams captured first place in both races Saturday at the Greenwood meet.
Nathan Binns finished first and set a personal best for the Wolves while Barbara Johnson also won fast and ran her third best time of the year.
Also for the Wolves, Maliek Lira was third while … Read More
MANSFIELD, Ark.—Four of the seven Heavener cross country runners that took part in the Mansfield meet on Saturday medaled.
For the Lady Wolves, Barbara Johnson finished first and Iris Martinez was 10th. Nathan Binns was fourth for the Wolves with Malik Lira ninth.
Heavener is back in action Saturday at the Chile … Read More
POTEAU—The Poteau girls and Stilwell boys won the 2016 Pirates Cross Country Festival on Saturday at Twyman Park.
Poteau’s girls were first followed by Stilwell, Heavener and Atoka while Stilwell’s boys finished ahead of Clayton and Poteau, which was third.
Despite getting lost on the course, Heavener’s Barbara Johnson easily took first … Read More