Now at the end of their season, the program finished with the varsity men becoming back-to-back District 5-6A Champions, and the girls varsity taking third overall. With at least one athlete qualifying for the men in 15 events, and the girls taking on 9 of the 17 events at Area Competition, the team’s success has only first begun, and has been invested into the program daily.
Four student athletes officially decided the college that they will attend to continue both their educational and their athletic careers. With cross country, track, baseball and football participating, the Timber Creek High School Spring Signing took place on Wednesday Feb. 6.
At the Oct. 22, Regional UIL Cross Country Meet, two Timber Creek athletes, Gabi Barrera and Braden Lange, not only qualified for the state competition, but broke two school records.
Before the school year even started, the Timber Creek Cross Country Team practiced everyday. This was not unfamiliar for most members of the team, but there was something different this summer: Josh Allen was the new head coach.