Week of Sept 18th- 24th


MONDAY – @6:15am @ the Shed

8th period  – double + strides

TUESDAY- @6:15am @ the Shed

8th Period- weights / Core

WEDNESDAY- NO MORNING (meet @4pm @the Shed)

8th period- begin workout

THURSDAY- @6:15am @the Shed

8th Period- Weights / Core

FRIDAY- NO MORNING / OFF

8th period- Pep Rally enjoy!

SATRUDAY- MEET @ Katy Ranch (MEET @school @7:00am LEAVING @7:15am)

ADDRESS–> Address is Katy Ranch, PR 2430, Kilgore, TX   (info click below)

2017 PINE TREE MEET LETTER SEPTEMBER 23RD   

SUNDAY- SHAKE OUT 45 min

 

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Lear Park & Gilmer Meet Recaps


Lear Park Recap-

It was another Hot and Humid race for the SHCC teams as they competed this past Friday at Lear Park, against hundreds of runners from all across East Texas. Bribed with the traditional Pizza King lunch, 28 runners and bikers would set up camp and then prepare to get the job done. However, in running one must learn that every race isn’t going to be your best, sometimes bad races happen. And as any seasoned runner will tell you, it isn’t always the Personal Best runs that define you, but the bad. Because it is in those races and how you deal with them, that prepare and define the runner you truly are. And for handful, that was the lesson taught at Lear. And for others….they rose to the occasion and filled in the gaps, setting Personal Best and once again reminding the SH team, that we are in this together. And together they were, from the Open Division boys to the JV girls race, all along side the course you could see Spring Hill runners and bikers alike cheering on their teammates to FIGHT and RUN with all they have. Ending the day with two top ten finishers (Kalen Barlow, in the Open Division with 7th place and a personal best of 17:06 for the 5k course) and (Annabeth Hood, in the JV Open girls division with 8th place), and many lessons learned.

OVER-ALL RESULTS–> http://www.my-finish.com/form.php?race_name=hallsville2017

Boys Varsity Open Division (138 total runners from 1A-6A)
Kalen Barlow 17:06 7th

Boys Varsity 1A-4A (5th out of 20 teams And 161 runners)
Austin Martin- 18:31 17th (beat last years time by 24 seconds)
Marshall Bodenhimer- 19:16 37th
Mason Hancock- 19:37 42nd (beat last year by 18 seconds)
Carson Barnhill- 20:02 54th
Craig Hunnicutt- 20:03 56th (beat last year by 1 min and 33 seconds)
Caleb Hutcheson- 20:08 59th
Colton Goettle- 20:19 63rd
Brody Barnhill- 21:05 73rd
Hayden Bray- 22:02 94th
Adrine Rodriguez- 23:25 114th
Walker Holt- 23:55 127th
Drew Bassett- 24:00 128th
David McFatridge- 24:18 129th
Brian Vaca- 24:41 135th
Joe Saechz- 26:18 150th

Girls Varsity (196 total runners 1A-4A)
Marissa Seyer- 13:33 27th
Sam Schott- 14:04 41st

Junior Varsity Girls ( 5th out of 17 schools And 186 runners)
AnnaBeth Hood- 14:44 8th
Tierney Skogen- 15:00 20th
Peyton Borens- 16:03 45th
Lexie Jones- 16:29 63rd
Hannah Yoder- 16:55 81st
Nicole Trussell- 17:18 89th
Kaitryn Johnson- 19:03 135th

Gilmer JH Meet Recap-

Unable to sleep in, after the exciting victory from Varsity Football defeating White Oak, the JH CC runners were up bright and early Saturday morning to compete in the Gilmer JH CC meet, hosted at Gilmer Elementary. Finally able to run in the cool morning, the JH girls and Boys were joined with 5 Varsity CC members to compete with 7th and 8th grade runners from all across East Texas. Yet, rocky footing and higher than normal temperatures would force the runners to adapt and compete. For the JH girls with most being gone to Volleyball, only two runners would take the line. And as 8th grader Riley Johnson would race to earn the top 10 medal, it was evident who SHCC was, and what they came to accomplish. Then for boys, after coming off with a second place finish from their last meet, the bar was set. Yet, with over 22 teams in the race, from 1A-6A, as well as Private and homeschool runners, the competition was stacked. But that did not stop the young runners from attacking each stride and racing hard. Allowing many to finish with personal records and some to find out that they could do it, and no matter what, even at the end with nothing left and teammates on both sides, they would discover there is always more than you think and your never alone. Runners would run the 2 mile course, which was quite torn up from Hogs and represent SH and prove that hardwork, teamwork, and heart go along way in achieving things. Results for Team awards have yet to be posted.

**Runners from JH & HS will compete this Saturday @Katy Ranch

JH Girls Results (175 total runners)
Riley Johnson- 14:10 10th place
Erin Hunnicutt- 22:30 142nd

JH Boys Results- (183 runners)
Nick Bodenhimer- 12:27 10th
Joseph Egbe- 13:13 18th
Jordan Hodges- 13:26 24th
Jaden Giddings- 14:00 36th
Cason Owens- 14:03 40th
Sam Lepire- 14:26 56th
Chris Arredondo- 14:52 72nd
Cole Secord- 15:22 92nd
Zen Estrella- 15:25 93rd
Jace Jones- 15:41 98th
Jackson Perritt- 16:08 108th
Zachary Schott- 20:12 175th

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Change of time for Leaving Friday


We are going to bump back the leaving time for Lear Park for the HS runners going….List will be sent out Wednesday. We will be leaving from in front of Mrs. Burns office @8:30, yet you MUST BE THERE BY 8:10am to help load and check everything.

You MUST GO THERE AND BACK WITH TEAM, unless you have spoken with Coach.

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Week of Sept 11 – Sept 17


**This week will be slightly different due to the race schedule**

MONDAY- @6:15am in the Shed

TUESDAY- @6:15am in the Shed

WEDNESDAY- @6:15am in the Shed

THURSDAY-NO MORNING (8th will do workout pre race, all others workout in offseason or game)

FRIDAY- HS race Day @LEAR PARK 2017 HALLSVILLE AT LEAR PARK MEET LETTER SEPT 15TH

SATURDAY- JH race Day @Gilmer 2017 GILMER JUNIOR HIGH RACE MEET SHEET SEPTEMBER 16TH    AND HS 35-45 min recovery run.

SUNDAY- OFF

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Week of Sept 4th- 10th


MONDAY- Practice @8am (enjoy sleep!!) at Borman Trail for a long Run as a group. (trailhead off the loop)

TUESDAY- @6:15am at the SHED  (HS ice bath after)

8th period- weights / core

WEDNESDAY- @4pm to 5pm (easy shake out)

8th- begin run + hill sprint and core

THURSDAY- @6:15am at the Shed

8th period- weights / core

FRIDAY- on  your own / workout for football, vball, offseason

8th period- WORKOUT ALL who can. (including FB/VB who don’t have games)

SATURDAY- meet as a group for run (will be sent in the group message)

SUNDAY- OFF

 

 

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Backwoods Gallup (9/2) meet recap


Striding to Greatness
SH CC teams earn three meet titles and one runner-up at the ET Charter CC meet

It isn’t the size of the man, but the size of his heart that brings out greatness. And by the looks of the Spring Hill Cross Country team you might believe they look young and weak, yet this past Saturday at Letourneau University if you were to watch them race, you’d quickly see looks can be deceiving. Within the group wearing proudly the SH jersey were three team champions one team runner up, 13 top 10 finishers, and one race individual race champ.
Starting off the day were the Varsity boys, where Sophomore Kalen Barlow would blaze the trail pulling along his fellow teammates as they were able to edge out District rival Kilgore for the meet victory. Varsity runners competed on a level they have been aiming for since May, this victory not only set the stage for all future races, but provided them the confidence in knowing hard work pays off, if you push yourself to push your team.
Following the Varsity boys were the Varsity girls, who despite not fielding a team for this meet were able to grab 3rd and 4th places, thanks to the dynamic duo of freshman Samantha Schott and Sophomore Marissa Seyer. The pair were able to run the entire race side by side, pushing one another to push harder, and in end proved once again, together we achieve more.
Then going off the hype from hearing of the varsity boys team victory, the JV boys then knew what they had to do….win. And from the gun they got out, and pushed the pace, many running the course with personal records, but not to be overshadowed by teamwork put into the race. Packing in groups they kept a strong focus, having four in the top 15, they as well were able to edge out a team victory, by just three points over Lindale.
Finally, as the heat began to settle in and morning drew to afternoon, the JV girls took to the stage. And to say pressure wasn’t there would be an understatement, as the previous three races the expectations had been risen. No longer were they just to run good times, but run them together. And that is exactly what happened. With SH taking three in the top ten, including freshmen Annabeth Hood with her third place finish, the girls rallied together from there, seeing the goal now a reality. As they would go on to finish 1st place as a team, rounding out the day to three team titles for the day.
Yet, there still had two races to run, the JH boys and JH girls. And despite all the heat and sun pounding down on them, the high from the four races before had them ready to open their season. And so it began with the boys as 12 SH runners lined up to the start, recalling the wisdom given by HS runners, it was now their turn. But after the gun, they fell short of being in the top 10, but they didn’t back down, instead they kept pushing harder and harder as they neared the finish. Finishing with two in the top 10 and all hitting personal best, so as a reminder isn’t always how you begin, but how you don’t give up and fight to the finish. The boys would go on to fall just short of 1st place to Jacksonville, but the fire was lit….AND BELIEVE IT THEY ARE HUNGRY FOR MORE!
And then to end the day, were the JH girls. Where eighth grader Riley Johnson was able to end the day with her seventh place finish and Erin Hunnicutt was able to get a taste of what CC is all about. Both girls were also joined by Sixth grader Blair Bodenhimer, who despite being unable to score or medal, yet placed 21st for her CC debut.
All in all, if you didn’t know Spring Hill when you arrived, by the time you left you knew. It was evident that Spring Hill has not only become a strong CC program, but a strong family. Who works hard, pushes one another, and won’t be stopped. Greatness doesn’t happen overnight, nor does it come easy. And we know it. It doesn’t matter about your age or ability, its about who is willing to go beyond the distance, beyond what is asked, and rise to the challenges laid out before you. This SPRING HILL CC team might be young, might be small, but if you were to look into their hearts you’d see our secret weapon and when they all come together, GREATNESS happens.
The team will take a week off from racing to focus on training, and be back September 15th (for HS) and September 16th (for JH).

Race Results:

VARSITY BOYS (1st as a Team, 93 runners
1st Kalen Barlow- 18:16
8th Austin Martin – 19:17
16th Haden Bray- 19:57
17th Marshall Bodenhimer- 19:59
25th Caleb Hutcheson- 20:33
29th Craig Hunnicutt- 20:41
38th Colton Goettle- 21:16

Varsity Girls (not full team, 80 runners)
3rd Samantha Schott- 13:30
5th Marissa Seyer- 13:40

 

Junior Varsity Boys (1st as a Team, 105 runners)
2nd Carson Barnhill- 20:13
5th Mason Hancock- 20:28
11th Drew Bassett- 21:24
14th Brody Barnhill- 21:48
30th Walker Holt- 23:21
53rd Brian Vaca- 25:20
63rd David McFatridge- 26:24
66th Joe Saenz- 26:48

Junior Varsity Girls- (1st as a team, 72 runners)
3rd Annabeth Hood- 14:36
5th Tierney Skogen- 15:31
11th Jaden James- 16:02
22nd Peyton Borens- 16:52
31st Lexie Jones- 17:31

Junior High Boys- (2nd as a team, 110 runners)
8th Nick Bodenhimer 12:30
12th Jordan Hodges- 12:44
16th Jaden Giddings- 13:20
29th Cason Owens- 13:56
30th Sam Lepire- 14:02
41st Chris Arredondo- 14:31
50th Jackson Perritt- 15:07
54th Jace Jones- 15:12
70th Jake Seymour- 15:39
75th Cole Secord- 15:48
87th Zen Estralla- 15:55

Junior High Girls- (not full team, 103 runners)
7th Riley Johnson- 15:02
22nd- Blaire Bodenhimer (unattached)- 16:46
97th- Erin Hunnicutt- 24:30

http://www.my-finish.com/form.php?race_name=etcs2017   (conclusive results can be found here)

 

 

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Roster LeTu Meet


Backwoods Gallup @Letu 9/2/2017
**As stated at the beginning of the season, teams will be moved around until PT (where we will all run as Varsity) and District (when teams will be finalized). Note many things go into changes. Keep your uniforms for now that you race in no changes will be made right now. They are all a 5k, you are all running for your team, and SH. Nothing changes that, you all do the same work.

VARSITY BOYS- race @10:00am
Kalen Barlow
Austin Martin
Haden Bray
Craig Hunnicutt
Colton Goettle
Marshall Bodenhimer
Caleb Hutcheson

JV Blue & White (in no order): race @11:00am
Drew Bassett
Brody Barnhill
Carson Barnhill
Adrine R.
Walker Holt
Mason Hancock
Joe Saenz
David McFatridge
Florres #2

VARSITY GIRLS- race @10:30
Marissa Seyer
Samantha Schott

JV GIRLS-race @ 11:30
Annabeth Hood
Jaden James
Tierney Skogen
Peyton Borens
Nicole Trussell
Katie Johnson
Lexie Jones

Anna Hammer

JH BOYS- race @ 12:00pm
Nick Bodenhimer
Jordan Hodges
Jackson Perritt
Jace Jones
Cason Owens
Jake Seymour
Joseph Egbe
Chris Arredondo
Zen Estralla
Jaden Giddins (riding with dad to race, due to baseball)
Cole Secord

JH Girls- race @12:30pm
Riley Johnson
Haleigh Yoder
Halee Bray
Erin Hunnicutt
Natalie Fisher

*Blair Bodenhimer (unattached)

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