Salado’s Jaci McGregor won her second straight cross country race, finishing the Pro-Fit Invitational 2-mile course at Temple’s Wilson Park on Friday in 12 minutes, 28 seconds.

McGregor’s finish helped the Lady Eagles finish third in the 4A-1A division girls team standings.

Other Salado runners were Reginia Deen (eighth, 13:55), Catalina Langlitz (11th, 14:01), Taylor Rich (36th, 14:50), Natalie McBryde (45th, 15:14) and Kimberly Kendall (48th, 15:29).

The Salado boys finished second, led by Hunter Haas’ runner-up finish of 17:05 in the 3-mile race.

Twelve Salado runners improved on their times from a week ago and 11 posted their best times of the season.

Other Salado runners were Logan Rickey (12th, 18:32), Horatio Huerta (18th, 18:44), Trey Graham (25th, 19:22), Seth Neil (44th, 20:07), Ryan Trenholm (50th, 20:22), Jacob Sellers (58th, 20:47) and Grant Sellers (59th, 20:48).

Both Salado teams return to competition Sept. 14 at the Gatesville meet.

Salado v-ball sweeps Academy

Landry Rogers recorded 23 kills and the Salado volleyball team swept Little River-Academy 25-17, 25-21, 25-22 on Friday in Salado.

Brettney Fuller led the Lady Eagles with 21 assists and two aces. Katie Robinson added 12 kills. Reagan Thrasher had two blocks.

Lady Knights sweep Whitney

Selicia Fields had 13 assists and four aces to lead the Harker Heights volleyball team to a 25-17, 25-8, 25-18 road sweep in Whitney on Friday.

Aliyah Lockett and Jendaya Robertson led Heights with seven kills apiece. Jendaya Robertson had nine blocks, and Valeria Cosme led the Lady Knights with eight digs.

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