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Conference Champions: 1952, 1956, 1997, 1998, 2003
Regional Champions: 1990, 1997, 2007

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Fall 2017: Athlete Registration OPEN

There will be a mandatory fall athlete + fall parent meeting the week of August 14th – exact details will be released very soon.  REGISTRATION:  All student-athletes interested in participating on a fall team must complete the REGISTRATION process (click the link) MARK YOUR CALENDAR – PHYSICAL TURN IN DAYS:  There will be two opportunities […]

Salem Cross Country Youth Camp

The Salem Cross Country team is hosting a Youth Camp for incoming 5th through 9th graders from July 24 to July 28. Designed to promote the fun & excitement of cross country in a positive environment. We teach athletes about the sport & help them be the best runners they can be. Intensity of the […]

Interested in Boys Cross Country?

Any Salem male interested in joining the Cross Country team should see Coach Aspinall in Salem room 1205 to pick up an informational packet. More information is also available at

Alumni Athlete Spotlight- Steve McEvilly

Steve McEvilly, a 2013 graduate from Salem High School, is currently a junior at DePaul University in Chicago, running indoor/outdoor track and field as well as cross country. Steve started out playing soccer (in addition to cross country and track) during his freshman year at Salem, and would have never imagined himself competing at the […]

Boys XC Competes at Regionals

The Salem Boys Cross Country team finished 5th place in the 2016 Regional Championships, led by sophomore Luke Haran.  Salem finished with 138 points, only five points out of 3rd place (Stevenson, 133 points) and right behind Catholic Central (134 points).  Plymouth finished 6th (143 points), Churchill 7th (150 points) and Canton 8th (158 points).  Novi […]

Boys XC Competes at KLAA Championships

The Salem Boys Cross Country team finished 7th place in the 2016 KLAA Championships, led by sophomore Luke Haran. Haran ran 16:14 to earn all-conference honors.  He now ranks #14 in school history and is now the fastest sophomore in school history (behind Steve McEvilly, currently running at DePaul).  Haran was followed by a solid pack of […]

Haran Again Leads Rocks

Sophomore Luke Haran ran 16:41 at Cass Benton to break a long-standing sophomore course record, previously held by Justin Hajduk (16:58 in 2000) to lead Salem against the Northville Mustangs.  Haran led the contingent of 12 Rocks who broke 18:01 but it was not enough to defeat the Mustangs, who won by a score of 16-47. […]

Boys XC 7th at County Championships

The Salem Boys Cross Country team finished 7th place out of 34 schools at the 2016 Wayne County Championships with 216 points. The Rocks were led by sophomore Luke Haran, who ran 16:33 to earn all-county honors.  He now ranks #26 in school history and the #3 sophomore.  Haran was followed closely behind by a […]

Boys XC Defeats SL East

Sophomore Luke Haran won his sixth meet of the year today, running 16:47 at Willow Metropark to lead the Rocks.  Haran now ranks #36 in Salem history and the #7 sophomore.  Following Haran were junior Andrew Beyer (17:17, #68 all-time), sophomore Shane McKimmy (17:23, #78 all-time), senior Tyler Dew (17:23, #78 all-time), and junior Ryan Exell (17:28). […]

Boys XC Finishes Runner-Up

The Salem Boys Cross Country Team finished runner-up at the 2016 Marauder Invitational today at Lake Erie Metropark, scoring 64 points.  Sophomore Luke Haran was Salem’s top finisher in 2nd place, followed quickly by sophomore Shane McKimmy who finished 11th.  Also finishing in the top 20 for Salem were senior Tyler Dew, junior Alec Teodori, and senior Alex Kroll.  Junior Andrew […]

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