2015 XC: No more updates are being made to this page - goto 2015 XC (link on left). Even TRACK updates will be referenced on the XC page.
T&F Athletes of the Year: Darius Carbin (MP) and Elena Bruckner (VC) are the SJ Mercury News T&F Athletes of the Year.
Daniel Haas (Burlingame): Long & Triple Jump Coach needed Paid position 2-4 days a week Please contact: Head Coach - Daniel Haas firstname.lastname@example.org .
Dan Gruber (Aptos): has given up for he knows he can't catch Frosh sensation Marea Zlatunich who just broke the all Time Frosh record in the 1600 with her 4:55.36 time at the SCCAL Finals. The old mark was 4:56.31 held by Anna Maxwell of SLV.
Collier stripped of 2014 State & CCS titles: A strange development.
Hank Lawson: Athletes and coaches, I need your help. I'm updating the CCS Top 100 marks list and for guys 2 mile (3200) the best I have for a 14 year old boy is Brett Gotcher (Aptos) with a 9:41.79c time run in 1999, did any other 14 year old run faster? If you think you did, send me the meet and how old you were at the time of the meet and I'll update the record.
Postal Nationals are back: The 2nd Annual HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals Returns This Fall From August 15th to December 15th, cross country teams can participate in a 2-Mile or 3200m event on the track with national and state champions determined by their top-5 runners’ cumulative time.
CCS All-Time Top 100 additions(UPDATED): 101 girls got on to the list from 2015, boys added 28 to the list in 2015 (updates can be made throughout the summer, just let me know).
Saratoga Heptahlon: version 2.0, "Your season isn't over yet."
Joy's Jackrabbits Track Club: is an introductory club for kids aged 4-14! Summer Session will begin June 14th-August 4th (please check website for classes/locations/times). Jackrabbits Session includes: Team shirt, personalized binder, fun quizzes, stickers, and personalized award/momento! We focus on proper running mechanics/posture, while also learning track events like long jump, hurdles, shot put, relays, etc...all while having fun, maintaining good sportsmanship & being positive:-) For more information, please contact Coach Joy Upshaw at Coachjoyupshaw@gmail.com and please visit our website: Jackrabbitstrack.com.
LA84 Foundation: has XC clinics this summer - check them out.
Los Gatos Track Club: will be starting on June 15th- July 31st with practice on Mon. Tues and Thursday from 5pm-6:15pm at Westmont High School. There will be sprints, high jump, hurdles and distance training along with weight lifting for high school athletes. We accept all athletes from middle school through high school. Please email Ernesto Salinas at email@example.com for any additional information or visit the website for news and updates.
Coyote Valley T & F: Newly Formed Coyote Valley Track and Field Club seeks old/used gear. Coaches, The newly formed Coyote Valley Track and Field Club (Morgan Hill-based) is looking for any and all used usable track gear – I will pick it up and haul away in my truck. I am really looking for a used HJ pit. Starting blocks, batons, shots, javelins - you name it, I am in the market for it! You can contact me(Jeff Thomas) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 408-427-5922. Also, if you are in the mood to help out, we are looking for qualified coaches. This is a volunteer operation. Check out http://www.coyotevalleytrack.com for summer calendar..
FOX Athletics: Fox is a dynamic group of athletes and coaches who feel passionately about track and field. This summer we will be offering sprints, jumps, throws and hurdles. Practices are Monday and Wednesday from 4:30-6pm in Los Altos June 8th-July 3rd. Perfect for sprinters and jumpers who are looking to improve upon their speed and technique. Great throws coaching for folks interested in learning Javelin or Hammer in addition to SP and Disc. We work hard and focus at practices but also have a very good time. For more info please see the URL: https://www.runforfuncamps.com/track-field/fox-athletics/ for more info on throws please contact Coach Gerri: email@example.com - Cost: $125, new participants: $85.00 (sprints /jumps).
Jump Camp: Check out the link to the left if you're interested.
Silver Bullets: Track Team for some summer "run for fun".
Bay Area Running Camp: We are excited to return for the 5th year to Portola Valley (Corte Madera School) on July 27th-July 31st. The cost of the camp is $350 ($300 for 5 or more teammates from the same school). Along with the great running trails, curriculum,awesome speakers (that include former Olympians) and counselors, campers will also receive a pair of training shoes, camp shirt, notebook, daily pre/post run snacks and much more. Any questions or interest in the team camp discount, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TKA Running Camp: This camp is for the beginner to advanced runner who wants to learn how to improve their aerobic capacity in order to become stronger and faster cross country runners in the 2015 season. The camp will feature runs at Rancho San Antonio from 4 – 9 miles each day. Runners will be grouped into beginner, intermediate, and advanced groups and will run on the various trails around Rancho San Antonio Park with the guidance of a coach or assistant. After each run the group will meet and talk about the following four topics: Building a strong base for the XC season, nutrition, motivation, and how to become an advanced runner and competitor. Please contact Matthew A. Tompkins at email@example.com or go to tka.org for more info.
Cardinal Track & Field Camp: Mon -Thurs 5:00-7:00Pm. Monday July 6th -Thursday August 6th. Camp will emphasis technical training in the sprint/Jumps(including P.V.) hurdles, as well as a summer cross country group. We will teach Olympic lifting and Plyometrics. Cost is 100$ plus a USAF Card (20$) Cardinal Track Club staff will run the camp. All coaches are from the Mt.Pleasant H.S. Staff. Steve Nelson Sprints Hurdles, Jamal Elmidge Jimmy Brown Horizontal Jumps, Paul Williams High Jump /Hurdles, Ed Lasquete Pole Vault, Monica Gomez Throws, Enoch Garcia Mid Dist/X-country, contact Steve Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WVJS Summer Running Club: "Getting fitter makes you feel good and it's fun to run".
Los Gatos All-Comers: Will not be at Los Gatos HS but WILL be happening at other south bay locations.
School Records within CCS: scroll down and see if your school is listed. If not, email me your T&F Scool Records and I'll post them up.
Should OAL merge with NCS?: This comes up at the end of every season, here is an article on it from 1999.
CA State Track History (1915-1941): #8(and last)-21st State Meet ('35) saw the SS split into two (LA & SS). In the HJ, once you commit to a height you HAD to clear it before moving up and a one foot take off was now considered legal. The State Meet continued to be rotated between all Sections with LA being added into that rotation. SF high schools were added as the 6th Section in 1937. In '38 (held at Hollister HS) the TJ was added as an exhibition event and the 120 HH were lowered from 42" to 39". A motion to eliminate the State Meet was made but was defeated 6-3. In '39 the Football Throw was eliminated. Torrance HS had another great miler (John Hall) who broke Louis Zamperini's State Record - Hall's coach... Louis Zamperini's brother, Pete. 1940 had a gate admission of $0.40 for adults. A gold in the 220LH and a State Meet title was lost when it was decided that the diving finisher (who's upper half of his body had finished 1st) actually was awarded last for that's when his ENTIRE body finally crossed the finish. Bamboo poles were no longer used since the supply came from Japan. This was the last State Meet to be held until 1946, when the was was over.
#7-The "Depression Years" saw the use of starting blocks. There were over 200 participants, a record. Sacramento, Santa Ana & San Diego all tied for the title with 11 points and scoring was changed to 5-4-3-2-1. The javelin was still being contested in 1931. In 1932 the discus was eliminated because of danger for the spectators and the football throw was added. In '33 the javelin was also dropped. At the 20th State Meet (1934) it was decided that the meet would be held on the 4th Saturday of May, every year. The Mile record was finally broken (4:27.8) by Louis Zamperini, the "Torrence Tempest" (he wasn't called the "Tornado" until his college days at USC). Seven Meet Records (out of 12 events) were broken in 1934 proclaiming this meet as the "Greatest State Meet in history".
#6-1927 if you ran in the 440, 880 or mile you could run in no other event except the relay. Relay runners had to run in the trials if they wanted to run in the finals, no substitutions. The winner of the 100 (9 3/5 tied WR) actually ran 101 yds because of a false start he committed. The first DQ in the Mile occured, the winner was DQ'd for cutting in. The first 3 placers in the Section Meets received round-trip fare to the State Meet. In 1929 scoring was changed to 5-3-2-1-.5 and times were now recorded to the 1/10th. There was still discussion on whether the State Meet should be eliminated or not. The State Record in the Mile was still 4:30.0 set in 1915.
#5-1920 (6th Meet) saw the rule of no coaches on the infield. It was also suggested that the State Meet be discontinued. The 1922 meet was held in Stockton and the city was required to pay ALL expences in addition to $500 to the treasury. The meet was held on a MILE track at the fairgrounds. The winning team got an all expences paid trip to the NIT meet in Chicago. Watches were marked to the 1/5th of a second. Most tracks were cinder, hurdles were not adjustable and holes were dug in the ground (no starting blocks). In 1924, Lee Barnes (Hollywood High) won the PV and then won the Olympic Gold that same year with an Olympic Record of 12-11 1/2.
#4-The 3rd State Meet almost found the dismissal of the mile for concerns that it was too strenuous for HS athletes. Relay zones were introduced (vs the standing touch handoff). A perpetual trophy given to the winning team had all winners names engraved on it. In the 4th annual meet (1918) a false start rule was enacted - for every false start, a competitor had to start 1 yard further back. A committee was also formed that selected the participants with no more than 5 athletes per Section, per event being allowed. The 4th Saturday in April was chosen as the new date for all State Meets, with trials in the morning and finals in the afternoon or evening. The 440 was run on a straightaway. The CIF was informed that they were personally laiable for any accidents that occured at the State Meet, this led to the Javelin being eliminated in 1919. Sweats were not heard of, athletes generally wore a bathrobe or old pair of pants at the track.
#3-The 2nd State Meet was held in LA on April 8th and it was LA City's responsibility to take care of (house & feed) all of the competitors. There was a $38.20 profit turned over from the 1st meet to help with this. Only those that placed in the Top 3 at their Section meet were invited to compete. The javelin went from being an exhibition event to a scoring event. Manual Arts won once again with 37 1/2 points.
#2-In the early 1900's, HS Track Meets were organized and run by colleges - most notably Stanford, Cal, USC, Occidental & Pomona. In 1914 the Commissioner of HS in the state, met with others and split the State into four Sections and the California Interscholastic Federation was formed. On Feb 8th, 1915 in San Francisco this committee met to plan for the 1st Annual California State Meet Championships. Proposals came from Stanford, Cal and the City of Fresno. Fresno was selected and on April 3, 1915 the first State Meet took place with the following events: 100yd, 440yd, 220yd LH, 880R, DT, PV, LJ, SP (12 lb) & LJ (5-3-2-1 scoring). Manual Arts LA won with 25 points.
#1-Did you know that the first HS Field Day (track meet) was supposedly held in California at UC Berkeley on May 3rd, 1879. The events contested were the 100yd (standing start), LJ (standing), LJ (running), SP (16 lbs), 120yd hurldes (standing start, 42"), HJ (standing), HJ (running), 440, TJ, 3 jumps (?), high kick (?), baseball throw & 220. The track at Berkeley then must've been interesting for their cinder running track wasn't installed until 1883.
Rick Milam: Tribute to Rick Milam (RIP 2010).
SCVAL post-season meeting: We are confirmed for 5:00 on Tuesday at Aldo's Restaurant, 388 Main St, Los Altos.
Saint Lawrence Academy : is looking for a head Cross country and track and field coach. This is a stipend position. If you are interested please contact Dwayne Taylor at email@example.com.
Oregon Twilight: Matthew Maton (Summit HS) becomes the 6th prep to run a sub-4:00 mile.
SCVAL League Realignment: Welcome Homestead to the DAL and Mtn View to El Camino.
Mike Lawryk: I am a pole-vaulting coach who recently moved here from the east coast to be with family. We settled into the area and I am starting to look around for coaching opportunities as I really miss the sport. Do you have a coach on staff? Might you know anyone looking for a PV coach? I am open to any opportunity and would have availability to make 4 afternoon practices a week. I also brought 40 poles with me to the west coast, with an eye on starting up a new crop of athletes once we were settled in here. I am formerly the vault coach at Moravian College, and a small pole-vaulting club called Vertical Assault on the East Coast. I've coached from beginners to elites on both the boys and girls sides. My best high school boys range from 15-16'6" and my best high school girls have ranged from 12' - 13'6" over the years. In 2013, I had 9 girls over 12ft, and in 2012, my athletes swept every division (there are 4 divisions) of the PA State Championships. I was named national HS coach of the year in 2011, and just plain love the sport. If you are looking, or know someone looking for a coach, let me know. Happy to help.
Vikings Vs Vikings: Love it when it comes down to the 1600R (HJs were still out) for the win in the meet in 3 out of 4 divisions. The Vikings (Lynbrook that is) got 2 out of 3 wins. Meet pix here. And more Meet Pix.
Lynbrook Vs Mtn View Meet Records: This time the Vikes visit Mtn View, maybe some Top 20 records will be acieved as well.
Elena Bruckner (Valley Christian): takes throwing to a higher level (SJ Mercury News).
Caice Lanovaz (LG): breaks her own CCS Record in the Hep with a 4th place finish at Arcadia (4875 pts).
Fremont Vs Santa Clara: Just when I though a meet couldn't be done any quicker, this meet went in a swift 2:19:37, thanks Mark and crew.
Steve Filios (CCS): As you may know, the 2015 CCS Track & Field Championships is the 50th annual CCS Meet. Over the past few years, we have been attempting to invite “guests of honor” to the meet finals to acknowledge and to have them present medals to this year’s award recipients. Last year we honored the “girls” from the championship teams from the first girls CCS championship meet. This year we would like to honor the champions (both team and individual) from the very first CCS meet (this was a boys meet only in 1966). This email is to reach out to you in the hopes that you might know how I might contact the individuals OR perhaps you might know of someone who has contact information for the individuals below.
100 yards– Jim Marshall (Ravenswood), 220 yards – Cal Robinson (Overfelt), 440 yards – Bill Chapman (Los Altos), 880 yards – Fred James (Seaside), Mile – John Ensco (Palo Alto), 2 mile – Tom Lydon (San Mateo), 120 HH & 180 LH – Randy Well (Burlingame), 880 Relay – Ravenswood team (athletes not listed in our records), High Jump – John Radetich, San Carlos, Long Jump – Bob Jordan, San Mateo, Shot put & Discus – Steve Wilhelm, Fremont, Pole Vault – Don Wells, King City, Team Champs – Burlingame (athletes not listed in our records other than Randy Well)
Steve Filios, CCS Assistant Commissioner
Lynbrook Vs Milpitas: Lynbrook takes 3 out of 4 from Milpitas with the FSB coming down to the 4x400 relay and we "missed them by that much".
Lynbrook Vs Milpitas Meet Records: If it doesn't rain, maybe some Top 20 records will be acieved as well.
CCS Top Marks List: is using Athletic.Net this year. To load Dual Meet Results into Athletic.Net yourself, click on this link http://cs.athletic.net/coach_forums/mainforums/f/7/p/696/2737.aspx#2737. If you are not a Site Supporter of Athletic.Net (cost of $70) you SHOULD NOT try to load the results into Athletic.Net for Invites. Site Supporter status will get the results approved (and will then show up in the Top Marks list) within 24 hours. Non Site Supporter loads can take 5-7 days before they are approved. So do NOT load the results if you are not a Site Supporter (I will do that for the Invites). Thanks.
Lynbrook Vs Gunn: Shawn Silverman (Lynbrook) leads a 1-2-3-4 sweep in the VB 1600 against Gunn.
Training Methods: Back in the day (late 70's) we'd push a baby buggy around to train with.
Mile is banned to be run in America: Outgoing USA Track & Field President Stephanie Hightower has banned the Mile from the sport in the United States.
Lynbrook Vs Gunn Meet Records: Always one of my favorite meets, maybe some Top 20 records will be acieved as well.
Lynbrook Vs Los Altos Meet Records: This time the Vikes visit Los Altos, maybe some Top 20 records will be acieved as well.
Lynbrook Vs Los Gatos Meet Records: Vikings go against the Cats on Wednesday, maybe some Top 20 records will be acieved as well.
Los Gatos Vs Mt View: The Cats only home meet of the year (getting a new track) and it was a quick one, 2:22:22 and we're done.
The first annual King's Academy (TKA) Distance Carnival : looks like it will be off to a great start with 16+ schools attending. To make sure as many runners are included in the event the deadline for sign-ups has been extended to Tuesday, March 17th. A few of the exciting things we will offer are *Music during each race*Medals*T-shirts*Compression Socks*Spike Bags*Glow necklaces and bracelets*Tacos* and more! Please sign up at Athletic.Net.
Paly Vs Milpitas: Never before have I seen a meet won by less than 1 point. This happened in the FS Boys division where Paly won 63.6 Vs 63.3 all due to a 3-way tie for 3rd in the HJ. Even the 3200 was exciting since every point counted!
Gunn HS: is selling their AAE High Jump Pit (18 yr old). $450, contact Hal Daner at (650) 793-1885.
McFarland USA: McFarland USA was a very enjoyable film, especially if you're from the SCVAL since the nemesis school was Palo Alto HS. Furthermore, the coaches name for Paly in the film was Jameson and those that know XC history in the Bay Area will know that Forrest Jamieson (pronounced the same way) coached at Paly in the mid-50's thru the 70's and is considered the "Father Of Cross Country" in the Bay Area for getting Center Meets started at Stanford and instigating the National Postal format. Coinsidence or a nod to this great coach? Real Vs Reel.
Darius Carbin (Mt Pleasant): clearing 6-09 at the Cal All-comer meet #2.
Kirk Flatow (Monta Vista, Cupertino): needs a throwing coach for the current season. mvrunning.com Contact Kirk Flatow firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lynbrook HS: is looking for assistant coaches (Jumps and sprint/hurdles). For more information contact Head Coach, Jake White at email@example.com or Ray Wright, Athletic Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campbell Valentine 5k/10k: Rains made the 10k into a 5.7 miler instead (5k was unchanged).
CCS Top Marks List (2015): Will be done using Athletic.Net so ALL marks from duals that qualify for ranking must be hand loaded if they are not automatically loaded by the hosting school OR if the complete results are in HyTek, Excel or some other Meet Mgmnt program, send them to Hank Lawson and I will load them into Athletic.Net for you.
Willie Harmatz (LG): is inducted into the Long Beach City College Hall Of Fame.
San Jose Track Clinic: Jan 19th at Branham HS, save the date.
Should XC be in the Olympics?: Seb Coe thinks so and brought this up earlier this year. See a report on this subject by Andrew Hutchinson.
SCVAL Pre-season Track Meeting: is Tuesday, Jan. 20 at 4pm at Santa Clara High School. The meeting will be held in the Conference Room in the Administration Building. If you have anything you would like to put on the agenda, please email me by Sunday, Jan. 18.
Woodside Priory: is looking for a Throws coach for the upcoming Track & Field season. Priory is located in Portola Valley and competes in the WBAL. Candidates ideally have previous coaching experience and/or experience as an athlete. This is a stipended position. The team is usually around 40 boys and girls with a mixture of mostly beginner athletes with some higher-level athletes as well. If interested, please contact Tomilyn Thornberry, Head Coach at email@example.com or Mark Stogner, Athletic Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gunn HS: is looking for an assistant track and field coach, especially one who specializes in hurdles and/or jumps. We practice M-F from 3:45-5:45, but some flexibility is possible. A stipend is available. Please contact Head Coach PattiSue Plumer at email@example.com.
Pioneer HS: We are currently looking for a hurdles coach and a pole vault coach. Kevin Krail.
Branham HS: is looking for a Jumps Coach (LJ, TJ, and HJ) this year (2014-15). The kids have really great attitudes and are willing to work hard. If interested, please contact Tobias McLeod at 831-238-3236 so we can start the necessary paperwork.
One Bad Tweet...: Athletes - keep this in mind if you're hoping for a scholarship.
Harker HS: Looking for an assistant track coach with knowledge of the LJ/TJ/HJ or hurdles. This is a stipend position. Please contact head coach Scott Chisam, firstname.lastname@example.org; and Athletic Director Dan Molin, email@example.com.
Soquel Clinic: Clinic has been moved from Soquel to Aptos HS and from Jan 10th to January 3rd - note the new location and date.
Rebuttal to track closures: San Mateo HS District closes all stadiums to public access after sunset (except Burlingame since they have lights, they have a different set of rules) due to vandalism.
Kirk Flatow (Monta Vista, Cupertino): Track & Field is looking for a coach for our sprints group for the 2015 season. We have a good group of returning athletes (and usually have some particularly strong 400m runners), a new track, and great equipment. Practice starts the first week of February, and the league championship meet is the first week of May; practices are 3:20-5:20pm daily. We offer a great group of bright, enthusiastic and fun boys and girls to coach--and a small stipend! Check out the team at mvrunning.com. If you are interested, please contact head coach Kirk Flatow at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
Craig Benson: Mercy High School San Francisco is looking for assistant track and field coaches for the 2015 Spring season. Preferably someone with jumps and/or sprint coaching experience.
LA84 Foundation: Football and cross country seasons have just ended, and you probably are looking forward to the holiday vacation in a couple of weeks, but it’s never too early to start thinking and planning for the 2015 track season, and there is no better way for you and your staff to begin to prepare than to plan to attend one or more of the three great FREE LA84Foundation Track and Field Clinics that will presented in January and February in Southern California for coaches and all interested adults of all levels. These three free outstanding clinics will be held on the following dates at these locations… January 10 – Beginning/Intermediate Level – Paramount High School, January 31 - Advanced Level-Mt. SAC College, February 8 - Beginning Level-Moorpark High School You can get more information, see the full agenda for each clinic, get directions to each site, and avoid lines for registration the morning of the clinics by pre-registering yourself and your staff at our web site at… http://www.la84.org/coaching-clinics/ These clinics are only for coaches and interested adults. Current high school athletes may not attend. The Beginning Level Clinic on January 10 at Paramount High School will include instruction and demonstrations in all events. If you are new to the sport or an event, this is the perfect clinic for you. You can pick one event area, and spend the entire day learning the event. This is also perfect for the Head Coach who wants to become a more complete track coach and learn all the events. A great Advanced Level Clinic will be held on January 31, at Mt SAC, featuring some of the finest elite coaches in our sport including the great sprint and relay coach formerly of USC, Ron Allice; former world record holder in the triple jump, Willie Banks; double Olympic hurdle medalist, Mark Crear; Olympic pole vault medalist, Jan Johnson; outstanding young sprint coach, Damien Smith; one of the best high school throws coach in the country, Tony Cirelli; and many other outstanding USATF Level III and II presenters. We will also offer an additional clinic that will focus on developing new coaches and helping all track coaches expand their areas of expertise. That clinic will be offered on Sunday, February 8, at Moorpark HS. Every one of the three clinics absolutely free for all coaches and interested adults who would like to attend and every coach who attends will also receive a free DVD with the 457 page LA84 Foundation Track & Field Coaching manual and a certificate of completion. Please let me know if you have any questions, ( email@example.com ) and don’t forget to register online..
Grace Ling: becomes the first girl from Lynbrook (and only the 2nd runner in school history) to qualify for the Footlocker Nationals with her 9th place finish.
LynbrookSports.com: needs your help! I need the 1990 State XC Div 4 (guys & gals) results. It is the only set of results that I am missing and I have had numerous people contacting me trying to locate these results. If you have, please scan and email me or photocopy and snail mail me at Hank Lawson, 12375 Farr Ranch Rd, Saratoga, CA, 95070 - thanks much. RESULTS HAVE BEEN FOUND (Thanks Peter Brewer).
A Runner's Mind in San Francisco: is hosting a Nick Symmonds book signing on December 20th at 10am. this would be a great opportunity for kids to meet a professional runner and ask him some questions. Here is our location in San Francisco: 3575 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA 94118.
Ryan Olein (St Lawrence): Saint Lawrence Academy is looking for an asst coach with a background in hurdles and sprints. This is Stipend positions. Any one interested can contact Ryan Olein at Rolein@saintlawrence.org.
Andy Chan (SHCP): I am looking for a throwing coach for the 2015 track & field season. Details at this link. Can you help me publicize this. Thanks. http://www.shcp.edu/jobs/track-field-throwing-coach/.
Tim Tuff (Mills): Mills High School in Millbrae, CA is seeking an assistant coach in the Throws. Mills has been one of the top throwing programs in the CCS for the past 10 years with multiple CCS Champions, CCS finalists, and State qualifiers. This year's team includes 2013 league champions at both the Varsity and Frosh/Soph levels. We consistently have a large number of dedicated throwers and want to expand our coaching capacity. The applicant should be willing to work with the current throws coach. This is a coaching-only position and a stipend is available. Please contact Head Coach Timothy Tuff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lenin Zapata: I'm seeking a boys or girls XC/Track assistant coach position. I'm available anytime of the week from 3:00pm, I'm also available for track season. The best way to contact me is by my cell phone which is 408-921-6447.
Julie Berggren (Gilroy): is accepting applications for both the boys and girls head track coach positions. Our small, but competitive program seeks a high energy, organized candidate. Possible teaching positions available. If interested please contact Julie Berggren, Athletic Director, Gilroy High School, (408) 843-4615 or email@example.com.
Priory AD: Woodside Priory is looking for a Head Track and Field Coach for the upcoming Track & Field season this Spring. Priory is located in Portola Valley and competes in the WBAL. Candidates ideally have previous coaching experience and/or experience as an athlete. This is a stipended position. The team is usually around 40 boys and girls with a mixture of mostly beginner athletes with some higher-level athletes as well (including a CCS Finalist in the boys 800). Please contact Mark Stogner, Athletic Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeff Meyers: Christopher High School in Gilroy, CA (CCS) is looking for a Hurdle coach for the 2015 Track Season. Anyone with Hurdle experience as an athlete or Coach may apply. A stipend position is available. Daily practice runs Mon-Fri from 3:30-5:30 on our New Sports Complex that will be completed in September 2014. Some Saturdays will be required for Invitationals. If you are interested please contact Head Track Coach Jeff Myers at (408) 807-1694 or email@example.com.