Track


Track Roster 2015

Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

Brandon Alvarez 

 

Derek Portillo

 

Kennedy Melton

 

Angel Vega

 

Dakota Johnson

 

Ismail Williams

 

Jorge Montes

 

Anthony Luna

Bianca Soto

 

Matthew Gallegos

 

Baily Homan

 

Carter Nash

 

 

Haley Chapman

 

Alex Amador

 

Camryn Conner

 

Jose Ayala

 

Karlee Cotter

 

Javier Jarmillo

Poloma Estrada

 

Victor Legarda

 

Veronica Duran

 

Austin Lozano

 

Keiry Fernadez

 

Kevin Lozano

 

Alicia Gonzalez

 

Frank Moreno

Javon Ochoa

 

Saile Molina

 

Anthony Pena

 

Blanca Morales

 

Dylan Portillo

 

Kendy Salinas

 

Dominic Williams

Joseph Soto

 

Alexis Bishop

 

Christian Mejia

 

Paiton Bowers 

 

Jose Lopez

 

Avery Curtis

 

Korby Jenkins

 

Shayla Eastland

 

Izek Chaparro

 

Annalisa Gonzales

 

Gabby Ramos

 

Grace Robison

 

Adriana Romero 

 

Sydney Taylor

 

Macey Hawthorne

 

 

 

 

 

Tips for Racers
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1) For morning races, always eat something on race day. Some toast or a bagel with some peanut butter is an excellent race day breakfast. A POWERBAR is another good choice. Be sure to drink 8-10oz of water with breakfast 2-3 hours before race time.

2) Try to avoid soda or sugary drinks on days when you have races - they will NOT help your performance. Water works best. Even Gatorade should be diluted with water. Did you know that Gatorade isn't helpful unless the race is longer than 1 hour?

3) Runners have worries. Every runner on the starting line usually asks "does my ankle hurt?", "is my knee aching?" or "am I getting a cold?" Don't worry - when you out-sprint another runner to the finish, somehow, that all seems to go away.
Even when you don't feel your best, you must still give your best!

4) Before your races try to relax (relax??). Yes, Relax. Repeat to your self, "I'm strong, I'm fast, I'm well trained" - repeat this in your head again and again. Pretty soon you'll start to feel better. If that doesn't work, scream real loud and start to wave your arms. You won't run any faster, but you'll definitely feel better.

5) The 1st half of a race, most run poorly. Some go out too fast, some too slow, and some are skilled enough to get it just right. Understand - the success of your race isn't determined by how you start, but how you finish. It's the 2nd half that counts. The track season is a race itself, so finish strong.

6) After your performance, assess what you did well. Under-achieving athletes ALWAYS focus on what they did wrong. High achieving athletes often focus on what went right and can't wait to repeat it. Even in a less than optimal performance, always find what you did correct, and focus on that!

7) If you choose to focus on what went wrong, here is what you can do: Make 2 lists, the 1st list is of the things that you can control, while the 2nd list is of the things you can't control. Throw the 2nd list out. Now take a look at what you're left with. That's where your work lies!