We GET TO run!
Coming off the bizarre 2020 spring of COVID19, we all have a greater appreciation of the things we GET TO DO versus things we HAVE TO DO or CAN'T DO. This cross country season offers our team a chance to enjoy all the very best things about being on a team. Advertising these days try to tell us that "we are all in this together". For our 2020 cross country season, this sentiment really rings true. This team is YOUR team and we are all in this together.
A HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAM
Our average guys and girls finish in the state meet the last 3 years ranks us #4 in 7A. Last year both teams made the state podium for the first time in school history. In 2020, our guys go for a podium "3peat" which would be a school record.
Our team often has team wins in regular season meets in Varsity, JV and Open competitions. In 2020, we had 7 different athletes place 1st in their race.
TEAM TT @ CPP
> Good start for the team.
> Appreciate the parents.
> Rust is busted. Here we go!
> 3 of 4 team titles!
> 2 of 4 individual race champs.
> A sufferfest in soggy humid conditions
> Guys win their section
> 2nd in the merge. Girls 3rd/5rh
> Slower course than Warpath.
> Decisive wins for Lambert
> Heat and humidity impacted times.
> Good challenge for mental toughness
NEWS | RESULTS
> Ladies 10th. 15th in the all class merge.
> Guys 14th. 32nd in the all class merge.
> Parents and team supporters = #1
> West ties Lambert for best overall program scoring team places from each race on the day
> Varsity squads qualify for state for the 8th consecutive year.
> JV Open guys get a team win.
> Fun times. Fast times.
> Wrestling carry for a heat win.
> Great to share with the middle schools
> Girl's varsity wins the meet merge.
> 29 lifetime PRs.
> 5 new letter time standards achieved
> First home meet in years
> Great parent & fan support
> West got roughed up by a tough field
> Nearly 100% seasonal best times
> Still cleaning up some race plans.
> Room to be more aggressive
> Strong runs by the JV ladies
> Some good place improvements @ Ortho
> Heat and humidity still made for going