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GIRLS TRACK/FIELD INFO

Girls Track/Field Head Coach Jennifer Reeder has made a couple of changes for the 2018 Girls Track/Field Calendar.  Take a look and check them out below: GIRLS TRACK/FIELD CALENDAR: 2018 schedule-final   Another Reminder: Preseason workouts will be Mon/Tues/Thurs, 2:45-4:00 starting on Monday, Jan. 8th.  Girls need to meet in the Wildcat Walk.  Take a look at

GIRLS TRACK/FIELD RELEASES 2018 SCHEDULE

Coach Reeder has announced that the Girls Track/Field Program’s schedule and preseason workouts for the 2018 spring season. Preseason workouts will be Mon/Tues/Thurs, 2:45-4:00 starting on Monday, Jan. 8th.  Girls need to meet in the Wildcat Walk.  Take a look at the handouts below for more information on preseason conditioning, and the team. 2018 SEASON CALENDAR: 2018

National Track and Field Records – Presented by VNN

As the Spring Season hits full swing, state records start falling. How do you match up against the Nation’s Best of the Best? Find out at the links below, courtesy of the NFHS: NFHS Boys Track and Field Best of the Best Record Book NFHS Girls Track and Field Best of the Best Record Book

Girls track and field update

Ron Ives Invite- Liberty- 1st place Rusty Hodge Invite- BSS- 2nd place Dale Collier Invite- Kirkwood HS- 2nd place KU Relays- 4×4 team of Lydia Alipio, Payton Minnis, Cori Davis & Elyse Valdivia took 2nd place Home track meet this Friday, April 29th , at 4:00 Next week is Conference at Ray-Pec

Boys and Girls track update

Boys and girls track and field teams had a very strong showing in St. Louis, MO this weekend.  The boys placed first and the girls finished a very close second, just 5 points out of first. Boys- Victor Mugeche – 1st Place 3200 Meter Run (career best time) 4×200 Meter Relay – 1st Place (season

Girls’ track quietly shocks field, wins conference title

Solid performances across the board propelled the Wildcats girls track team to a conference championship. Scoring 162 points, the Cats recorded a number of conference champions and placers. According to Coach Reeder, this team “win” is unique in many ways. “We didn’t have a lot of first place finishes, which makes our team even more

Girls track wins Marion Freeman Invitational

Last Saturday at Clayton High School in St Louis. the Wildcat girls track team defended their Marion Freeman Invitational title, winning the meet with 138 points. Relays continue to be a highlight for the girls team. The 4×400 M Relay team broke the meet record, set by the Wildcats last year, running a 4:01. Relay members were:

Girls’ track named Outstanding Girls Team at KU Relays

In route to winning their first Overall Relay Team Championship Cup, the BSHS girls’ 4×200 Meter Relay and the 4×400 Meter Relay sprinted to first place at KU Relays.  They also came in second in both the 4×100 and 4×800 meter relays.  Add in a 7th place finish for the distance medley relay, and the