Lozano-Jimenez ranked fourth with a personal-best 94, and the Lady Indians finished fourth in the team standings with a total score of 433.
On Tuesday, temperatures reached the mid-90s during the Spring Creek tourney — leading to some withdrawals and some high scores on a difficult course.
“We only have 26 kids out; 16 boys and 10 girls. We have no returning seniors for the girls,” Mahlke said. “A few graduated early, but we are definitely looking for anyone who is interested in running for Spring Creek High School.”
“We have a lot of powerhouse hitters, and I think (Jenna) Windous can set us up for success,” Shafer said. “One we start to figure out a system defense, I think we can be pretty good.”
SPRING CREEK — Coming off a league title during a delayed, shortened season, the Spring Creek girls soccer team has much to replace for the 20…
Here are some high-jump photos of Spring Creek's Kylee Dimick!