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Summer Information!

*Parent's Meeting & First Summer Conditioning (Grades 7th-12th)- Tue, June 19th 7pm-8:15pm at CWHS Stadium Bleachers 
All prospective CWXC athletes grades 7th-12th and their parents should attend this informational meeting. This meeting will be followed by our first conditioning session of the year.  Please email Coach Kline (jkline55@gmail.com) if you are unable to attend the meeting but would like to join the team.
Summer conditioning is voluntary and open to all CW students grades 7th-12th. Download this 2018 Summer Conditioning Flyer for a more info!
A google drive folder with all handouts from the June 19th Parent's Meeting is available here- Parent's Meeting Folder
A full summer schedule is available here- 2018 Summer Schedule 

*Junior Runners Club (Grades 4th-6th)- Begins Thu, June 21st 6-7pm at the High School Stadium. 
Back by popular demand is our free Junior Runners Club, introducing CW students grades 4th-6th to the sport! Download this 2018 Junior Runners Flyer for more info.

*Summer Mileage Challenge- Mon, June 18th - Sat, August 5th
Miles matter!  Summer miles make you faster, stronger and healthier, and they are the cornerstone of every strong cross country program.
We are asking all cross country athletes grades 8th-12th to set a mileage goal this summer and to log their miles using the form below.
The challenge lasts for seven weeks (6/18-8/5) and athletes will earn a t-shirt reward for hitting benchmarks of 140 miles, 160 miles, 180 miles, 200 miles, or 220 miles.
Register for the "Summer Mileage Challenge" here- Summer Challenge Registration
Log summer miles here (log as "Test Athlete" to experiment)- Summer Challenge Training Log
View the team scoreboard here- Summer Challenge Scoreboard

*Dr Bender 5k ClassicSat, July 21st
We encourage all athletes, parents, alumni, community members & friends to participate in the 11th annual Dr. Bender 5k Classic and 1 mile fun run!
This event is the #1 fundraiser for our Indians Cross Country Boosters Club, and it is a fantastic team & community event. The 5k and 1 mile fun run races both start and end at Canal Winchester High School.
Find more information and register at www.drbender5k.com!





10/30/17  Regional Results- Paige Bormann Finishes Top 60
Senior Paige Bormann wrapped up her outstanding season with a top 60 finish at Saturday's D1 Central Region Championships at Pickerington North High School.
Ranked 56th entering the race (based on combined district results), Paige enjoyed a solid 58th place finish with a time of 20:19.  Paige passed the mile mark in 56th place and the two mile mark in 53rd place before losing a handful of places down the stretch on the cold and muddy course.
Paige's finish was the eighth best regional finish by a CW girl runner since the Indians were classified to D1 in 2009:
CWXC Girls Best D1 Regional Finishes (since 2009):
1st- Kayla Scott 2011
4th- Emily Pifer 2009
13th- Penny Boswell 2009
18th- Kayla Scott 2009
34th- Erica Babusci 2016
36th- Kayla Scott 2010
52nd- Ali Stauffer 2009
58th- Paige Bormann 2017
Congrats Paige on a great regional race and a great season!
Complete results are available here- www.baumspage.com/cc/reg/pick/2017/g1.htm
 



10/17/17  D1 District Championships- Girls 7th, Guys 10th, Paige Bormann Advances
Neither team qualified out of the D1 District meet on Saturday, but both went out with their best collective races of the year.
Ranked 12th entering the race, the guys team finished 10th out of 17 teams in their section.  Six of the seven guys competitors enjoyed season best marks, led by sophomore Reece Klamorick (24th, 16:56) and junior Will Butler (37th, 17:11).  The guys' team average of 17:37 was easily their best of the season.
Ranked 11th entering the race, the girls team finished 7th out of 18 teams in their section.  The girls missed advancing to regionals as a team by one place and 19 points.  Six of the seven girls competitors enjoyed season best marks, led by senior Paige Bormann (18th, 19:47) and freshmen Allena Klamorick (31st, 20:27).  The girl's team average of 20:47 was also easily their best of the season.  The girls had an extremely gutsy race and managed to beat four teams who had beat them previously in the regular season.
Senior Paige Bormann's advanced to next Saturday's regional meet courtesy of her top 24 finish.  Paige will race this Saturday, 12:30pm at Pickerington North High School.
Congratulations Indians on a great district meet and good luck to Paige this weekend!
Complete district results are available here-    
A This Week Sports article about Paige Bormann is available here-






10/17/17  OCC-Capital Championships, Guys & Girls Finish Third
Both Canal Winchester High School Cross Country teams finished third in their respective OCC championship races on Saturday, held at Lancaster High School.
The heat and hilly terrain made for a very challenging course, but many Indian runners rose to the occasion with strong performances.
Paige Bormann (3rd place), Allena Klamorick (7th place), and Will Butler (7th place) were all awarded First Team All-OCC status for their top 7 finishes.  
Remarkably, Nathan Hoffman (20th place, 19:11) earned a personal record mark on a course that ran, on average, ~6% slower than the Cambridge course from two weeks ago.
Complete OCC results can be found here- http://www.timingfirst.com/results/2017/10-14-LA/
Both Indian teams will return to action this Saturday at the D1 Central District Championships held at Watkins Memorial High School.  The girls will race in Section 3 at 2:30pm and the guys will race in Section 2 at 3:30pm.



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