Friday, July 9, 2010

2010 Cross country schedule

Carbon Cross Country Schedule 2010
August 21st Tooele Invitational (AM start)
August 28th American Fork Grass Relays (AM start)
Sept 1st Union Invite (Pm start)
Sept 10th Murray Invitational (PM start)
*Sept 15th Uintah Invitational*(PM start)
Sept 22nd Carbon Invitational (PM start)
Sept 29th Pre Region @Park City (PM start)
*Oct 2nd Park City Invite*(AM start)
Oct 13th Region
Oct 20th State
Not listed- Unsure of dates
American Leadership, Union, Moab Invitationals.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Red Rock Invitational results!

Lessons learned......... Union Classic

Boys team........ tied for 2nd with biggest region rivals Wasatch. Once again I was extremely proud of all of you putting everything you have out there. We know the lesson learned with the specific meet and well just keep that amongst the team. You all ran tough and I am very pleased with the outcome.

Union Classic

Congrats girls team! Another top finish. You all are improving each race and learning something about racing tactics each time you compete. This was a difficult course but everyone of you ran your guts off and came together in the end.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Tooele Invitational

Saturday was our first meet of the season. We traveled to Settlement canyon near Tooele. The course consisted of pavment, rocky horse trail, a river/creek, and 90' temperatures. The team overall ran very well. The day for us started with the JV boys. Skylar, Brenden, Derek, Dillon and Andrew. The Girls Jv followed, Lacey, Aysha and Jill got some experience and are looking forward to the next meet to keep improving times and reaching goals. Boys varsity took the line knowing that our biggest competition was going to be Wasatch High school. Wasatch is in our region. When the number stacked up we had edged out Wasatch by one point. Way to go boys! Kaleb was 8th overall and first from Carbon, Cody was 2nd, Luke was 3rd, Justin 4th, Aussie was 5th and Brock and Carson were 6th and 7th. The girls varsity was the last race of the day. Regan led the girls with an overall 2nd place finish, Sierra was 4th overall, Diana finished 8th overall barely missing a medaling spot, Karissa was 9th and Kayla was 11th. All five girls were in the top 15. They took home the first place trophy and well see what the season has in store.