Sanborn's heading to the New England Championships!
Based on their finishes at Saturday's NH Meet of Champions, the athletes listed below have qualified to compete at the New Englands Saturday June 10 in Norwell, MA.
Megan Sheehan - Discus (3rd in NH - 123' 5"), Shot Put (4th - 35' 11.5")
Kashief Bogannam - 400m (3rd - 50.88), 100m (4th - 11.24)
4x100m Relay (3rd - 44.35 School Record) - Reese Bassett, Kashief Bogannam, Ben Giles, Justin Lomba
The Sanborn Track and Field Program is looking forward to an exciting, challenging season. To make a quality team a reality requires dedication, cooperation, and teamwork from all involved in the program: athletes, parents, and coaches.
This is what we expect from all of our athletes:
Maintain a positive attitude about yourself, your sport, your team, and your school. A positive attitude is the first building block to being successful at anything.
Learn about your sport. There are many magazines, books, and websites dedicated to track & field. The more knowledgeable you are about running the better runner you'll be. We will post new information here for you to check out!
Maintain a healthy lifestyle...eat for success! Track and field is a very physically demanding sport. Successful athletes eat properly, drink lots of water, and get plenty of rest. You should try your best to get 8 - 10 hours of sleep per night so that you are well-rested for school and for track.