Wednesday, October 12, 20164:00 pm CDT
Maple Street
Bandera, Texas 78003
Contact Person: Steve Golemon

Fax #    (830) 796-7934


Cell #    (830) 688-9627 (Preferred Number)  


All medals (1-10 in each division) will be awarded to runners as they finish; however, each medal winner will be recognized in ascending order at the time of the team award presentations.


Bandera City Park on South State Hwy 173 by the Medina River.  Site of the 2006 and 2007 District 25-AAA Cross Country Meets, the 2008 District 29-AAA Cross Country Meet, the 2009 District 30-AAA Cross Country Meet, the 2011 District 26-AAA Cross Country Meet, the 2013 District 27-AAA Cross Country Meet. and 2014 District 29-AAAA Cross Country Meet.  Will also be the site of the 2016 District 28-AAAA Cross Country Meet. 

In recent years, Bandera City Park has also been the site of Class A district meets 4 times.

Packet Pick-Up: Beginning at 2:00 p.m. at the Bandera City Park
Meet Entries:

Since chip timing is being used, the names of all runners in all divisions need to be submitted by noon on Monday, October 10th at the latest.  If you think that a student/athlete might run, please submit his or her name, so a bib number may be assigned to that possible participant. It will be easier to delete names and bib numbers than to add them.  Although the 7th and 8th grade girls and 7th grade and 8th grade boys will run together, the chip timing will separate the different grade levels into the proper divisions for the purpose of individual results and team standings.   

Meet Results: All races will be chip timed with results will available online through
Running Schedule:

2:00 p.m. – Packets Available

2:30 p.m. – Middle School Coaches/Worker meeting
4:00 p.m. – 7th Grade Girls and 8th Grade Girls Race (2 Chutes / Separate Scoring)
4:30 p.m. – 7th Grade Boys and 8th Grade Boys Race (2 Chutes / Separate Scoring)
5:15 p.m. – Individual Medal Recognition and Team Awards Presentation

Dressing Facilities: None

The City of Bandera will provide parking outside Bandera City Park for school buses and vans, as well as all non-school vehicles.