The Woodlands Track And Cross Country Athlete Tanner Noble Dies


-Contributions to the story by Merri Wright, TWHS Booster Club VP

The Woodlands High School (TWHS) lost a member of its track and field family on Monday. 

Tanner Noble died while mountain biking in Big Sky, Montana on Monday afternoon, the Bozeman Daily Chronicle reported.

Noble was on an annual mountain biking trip at Big Sky. He was accompanied by friends and TWHS teammates William HunsdaleNoah WellsAlec MartinRiley Markel

Per the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, "Noble had been biking with friends when he collapsed off his bike and became unresponsive, dispatchers received a report of an unresponsive mountain biker on the Big Sky Resort trails around 3:20 p.m." It's been reported that Hunsdale, a trained life guard immediately started CPR along with assistance from another biker by who is Physicians Assistant, until the paramedics arrived.

Noble, was about to start college at The University of Colorado at Boulder where he was to study aerospace engineering in the honors program. He spent the last four years as a member of TWHS track and cross country program under Coach Juris Green and staff.

On behalf of TX MileSplit, we mourn the loss of such a promising member of the Texas high school track and cross country community. Our deepest sympathies, thoughts, and prayers go out to the Noble family, friends, TWHS coaching staff, TWHS teammates, and community in this difficult time.

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