COLLEGE FORM PACKET


Runners as you are beginning to aim towards looking past HS, please take the time to fill out our CC/Track College packet. This is to be filled out and kept up with for Coach Alford as she begins to contact schools in your favor. Especially as you begin charting down hours for various organizations (and usually you turn in a form and forget what you did) please make sure you ALSO fill out on here what you do, so we can look back on it.

This will also help me when contacting schools to help personalize things and helping them get to know you better and better pair you up with schools that would best fit you.

Here is the form incase you have lost the one you have been given. Spring Hill Cross Country COLLEGE FORM

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CHRISTMAS PARTY!!!!


SAVE THE DATE DECEMBER 21ST 6PM

Leaders & Runners Christmas party 2018

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FALL ATHLETIC BANQUET!!


THE FALL ATHLETIC BANQUET!!!!!!

WHEN? – THIS SUNDAY!!!

FOR WHO? – ALL HIGH SCHOOL RUNNERS (GIRLS & GUYS) SIGN UP W/ MRS. BURNS

WHERE? – INTERMIEDATE AUDITORIUM

TIME? – 3:00PM (AGAIN…THIS SUNDAY!!)

ATTIRE? – SUNDAY DRESS 🙂 …MIGHT AS WELL LOOK NICE!

COST? – FREE!!!! …THERE WILL BE NO MEAL, BUT REFRESHMENTS AND PHOTOS CAN BE DONE IN THE GYM AFTERWARDS.

…I WOULD LIKE FOR ALL WHO CAN TO PLEAE MAKE AN EFFORT TO BE THERE, IT DOES MEAN A GREAT DEAL TO ME.

 

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State Meet Recap


State meet recap-

A dream was achieved this past Saturday, for nine runners. A dream
that at one point, they were working to help others achieve, was now
theirs. As they toed the line in Old Settlers Park, they faced Texas’
best, in one last race for the 2018 season. A season to be remembered
forever, and was years in the making. Shining light on a group of kids
who just wouldn’t give up. And with the excitement from their grand
send off, and support from family and friends, the race Saturday was
honestly more than just one more race. It represented hours of missed
sleep, torture training runs, and sacrifices. As well, as discipline,
passion, and family. And even though only eight would race, they raced
for us all.
“To your mark, Go!” Is all it would take for years of training and
emotions to run rapid. Pounding the course, stride-by-stride Spring
Hill runners ran their hearts out. Adapting to the change as rain
forced another course change, with even tighter turns and narrow
straights…they learned on fly, using their endurance to propel them as
the race went on.  Finishing not quite as hoped, but as they
know…nothing GREAT comes easy. And as every race has its own lesson,
so did state. They took note of the experience, the atmosphere, and
feeling…and know not only know what it will take to arrive back in
2019, but what it will take to excel in 2019.

Thank you to the entire Spring Hill ISD & Community for all your
efforts into ensuring these kids felt loved as they headed out to
STATE. Seeing their faces and knowing what this meant already to
them…. leaves me speechless. THANK YOU; YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW MUCH IT
MEANT TO US!!!

VARSITY GIRLS – 147 GIRLS TOTAL
101st – Samantha Schott – 13:21.93

VARSTIY BOYS – 152 BOYS TOTAL  11th as a TEAM out of 16 total
69th – Kalen Barlow  – 17:15
85th – Caleb Hutcheson – 17:26
90th – Nick Bodenheimer – 17:28.02
91st – Marshall Bodenheimer – 17:28.69
96th – Austin Martin – 17:33
132nd – Mason Hancock – 18:14
137th – Haden Bray – 18:20

More Results (Picture and Videos) → http://tx.milesplit.com/meets/334089/results

Thank you to everyone who has not only supported the team, but myself
over the past six years at Spring Hill. There is no doubt that I have
grown as an individual, coach, and person throughout my time here. I
have come to know some of my best friends and relationships. I
wouldn’t have changed a thing on our road to this point, from
individuals to the team…it was road that bought us to Round Rock
November 3rd that ultimately made it that more exciting. Thank you
SHISD for all you do and continue to do.

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The end of the Road…Oct 28 – Nov 26 schedule


Dreams. DO. Come.True.   #togetherweachievemore

State CC kids at City Council meeting

MONDAY – workout 8th/9th periods  ***Long Run, will go past 4pm***

TUESDAY – workout 8th/9th periods

WEDNESDAY – workout 8th/9th periods

THURSDAY – LAST WORKOUT!!!! 8th/9th periods (Short workout / Stretch & Roll) & Set out things for State.

FRIDAY – LEAVE FOR STATE!!!!!! (Congrats….We MADE IT, till the end!)  / Runners @ SH you will relax or get ready for pep rally

**Meet, @7:30am to drop off your things in front of the athletic office & travel to FABULOUS FRIDAY @Primary OR MEET @PRIMARY OFFICE  at 7:35 am** We will return here afterwards.**

SATURDAY – RACE DAY !!! / Race time are 1:20 (Samantha) & 1:50 (boys team)

SUNDAY – shake out run (25-35 min easy)

Nov 5 – Nov 9 (We will continue to RUN easy every other day & lift every other day

**CARMELAS LIGHT RUN WILL BE TUESDAY FOR THOSE INTERESTED**

http://ambucs2longviewtx.com/5k-trek-for-trykes/5320430 (to register)

Nov 12- 16 – OFF & RELAX  (we will do something fun…or HW)

fun 5k if interested –> http://www.newgatemission.org/gobble-wobble.html

NOV 19 – 23 –  OFF & Relax (THANKSGIVING WEEK I WANTED YOU NOT TO WORRY ABOUT TRAINING…IS WHY THIS SCHEDULE IS HOW IT IS…)

****TRACK TRAINING BEGINS….NOV 26th!!!!***** 

 

 

 

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**Reminder PICTURES ARE THURSDAY (OCT 25)


REMINDER PICTURES FOR JH & HS CC will be THIS THURSDAY (Oct 25th) @7:30am

We will meet at the SHED & bring all what you were given (UNIFORM, WHITE CC TEAM SHIRT, & WARM-UPS) **Bring Medals if you would like your pictures to include them**

PICTURE PACKETS ARE IN THE JH OFFICE & HANDED TO ALL HS RUNNERS

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Regional Meet RECAP


REGIONAL 2018 MEET RECAP-  (I do apologize for the lengthy article)

ONE team, ONE dream.

“Three crucial parts of SHCC success”

There are honestly no words to describe the feeling watching the excitement, as hearing the words “State Bound”, meaning, a job well done. Watching the excitement of kids finally able to embrace the a dream, they’ve been seeking for years. Beyond just the simple word, the moment represented more that just one more race. And nobody knows it better than a SHCC runner.

The first part of the dream started years ago, with small group of boys and girls, laying the foundation of what was to come. Runners who gave all they could, to “Build the Hill”, as they made their own path as a SHCC runner. Some state qualifiers, others Regional qualifiers, and some who never made it past district. However, it’s taken them all to arrive at this moment. We did it!

The second, are the runners themselves in 2018. They know first hand what this moment means…a phrase known well in SH distance running over the years, finally became a reality…STATE. 

Starting the morning was Sophomore, Samantha Schott (10th), arriving at regionals, missing the qualifying mark in 2017, by a mere 20 seconds. And from the start she positioned herself to prove in 2018, missing the mark wouldn’t happen. And with a stronger focus, harder training, and determination, she punched her ticket to Roundrock for 2018.

For boys, the road had been a long time coming. Starting years ago, as JH runners just trying to find their place and challenge themselves. Coming off of the 2017 season in 12th place, the focus had to change off of me..to we. Teamwork was the main component added, despite being hard at times to revolve your own speed and training with someone else, the proof came throughout the season. Adding in new runners, and molding the experienced. Made up of five juniors, a pair of sophomores, and a lone freshmen…this group isn’t the most intimidating one around. However, those things along with heart can do mighty things when joined together. Leading the pack was, junior Kalen Barlow (8th & automatically qualifying), yet it was the combined efforts of Barlow and six other determined panthers, who would make heads turn as a team unheard of, became known.

Lastly, the third and critical part in our road to success, were the teammates who weren’t in the race, but who’ve equally done the work, and know the road as well. It is my true belief that these individuals are what separates SH from anyone else. This group, are the dedicated teammates who are just as much apart of the success as any.

There is no doubt October 22nd will always be a memorable day. A day that proved anything is possible, if you work as ONE, and have the heart of SH Panther.  #Statebound2018    #dreamsdocometrue

VARSITY BOYS – 4TH  (OUT OF  24 TEAMS) & 170 RUNNERS

8th – Kalen Barlow – 16:24 (52 sec PR)

26th  – Caleb Hutchinson  – 17:05 (1 min 23 sec PR)

28th – Nick Bodenheimer – 17:08 (33 sec PR)

34th – Austin Martin – 17:15 (19 sec SB)

40th – Marshall Bodenheimer – 17:21(38 sec PR)

54th – Haden Bray – 17:42  (52 sec PR)

70th – Mason Hancock – 18:07  (8 sec PR)

 

VARSITY GIRLS – No Team (out of  165 runners)

10th – Samantha Schott – 12:31

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