Robinson’s run made the score 13-9 with 8:52 remaining in the game. Terrell converted the two-point conversion with senior running back Degarian Fuller catching a pass from Robinson to move the score to 15-9. Forney scored its first touchdown of the game on a seven-yard run by running back Sean Stephens. The extra point was missed, but it gave Forney its first lead of the game at 9-7 with 10:51 remaining in the game. After the Robinson score, Terrell forced a Forney three-and-out.
Below are results for each Terrell runner. Sophomore Luis Torres placed 16th with a time of 18:03. Senior Gerardo Macias was 21st with a time of 18:23. Junior Diego Armendariz finished 35th with a time of 19:11. Sophomore Brayan Guevara was 37th with a time of 19:18. Junior Hector Hernanez placed 39th with a time of 19:32. Junior Juan Meza was 48th with a time of 20:04. Sophomore Carlos Padilla placed 49th with a time of 20:20. Sophomore Genesis Nunez finished fourth with a time of 12:34.
Below are results for the Terrell junior varsity girls and boys teams. Freshman Angelica Andrade finished second with a time of 15:14. Senior Mayelli Torres placed 10th with a time of 15:49. Junior Sabrina Reyes placed 14th with a time of 16:06. Sophomore Debbie Banda was 16th with a time of 16:16. Sophomore Audie Vargas was 18th with a time of 16:21. Sophomore Alayna Marroquin placed 47th with a time of 17:55. Taje Tyler finished 53rd with a time of 18:49.
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