DATES & INFORMATION
NOTE: Calendar & Dates Subject To Change as Things
BARWIS METHODS “Strength & Speed” TRAINING
Tuesdays (6 Sessions) 9:45am-10:45am
Cost = $20 for 6 or under sessions (Pay Coach Dave or Coach Steve)
June 18, June 25, July 9, July 16, July 23, July 30
Mileage should be emailed to Coach Gerlach every Sunday during the summer.
Suggested summer training program is designed to better prepare athletes for competition season. Workouts totally optional. See team captains for further information. Athletes must log 130.2 miles, attend one “Fitness Check”, be able to run 5 miles without walking and 4 miles under 40 minutes in order to have the privilege to attend camp.
P.C.E.P. Athletic Department Info
before 1st Competition.
Cost to participate in high school athletics in the Plymouth Canton School District
for 2019; $385 – One Time Yearly Fee.
“225/250/275 Mile Club” Members
REAGAN JUSTICE (10/2) 277.2 Miles KIERSTEN MCBRIDE (10/2) 270.3 Miles
GRACE LANDON (10/2) 247.55 Miles HALLIE YOUNGLAS (12/4) 245.4 Miles
MADELINE LAFOREST (10/2) 242.4 Miles ELENA WHEELER (9/1) 232.74 Miles
BROOKE KALIS (10/2) 227.02 Miles BRIDGET NELSON (12/4) 225.8 Miles
Hallie Younglas (275), Courtney White (250), Madison Grant (225),
Brooke Kalis (225), Jessica Hughes (225), Bridget Nelson (225),
Gabby Mancini (225), Anna Kubinski (225)
Hannah Jeffress, Madison Justice, Jessica Hughes
Madison Grant, Cameron Lindsay
Kayla Hughes, Marisa Rowland, Kaya Knake, Haleemah Shajira, Sierra Bowden,
Kendall Johnstone, Brianna Essien, Emily Minshew
Suggested summer training program is designed to better prepare athletes for upcoming competition season. Workouts totally optional. See team captains for further information.
Competition Standard “Tryout”
Dates & Info
#2: Wednesday, July 31st, 2019 at 8:00am
#3: Monday, August 12th, 2019 at 8:00am or 3:00pm
#4: Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 at 8:00am or 3:00pm
#5: Monday, August 19th, 2019 at 8:00am or 3:00pm
2nd thru 4th Year athletes must run four miles under 36:00 Minutes (9:00 Pace)
Athletes that fail to meet the team competition standard, but would still like to be a part of the Salem Girls Cross Country Program, will be offered a managerial position or continue to train on campus or at home (Parental Supervision) until the team competition standard is met. These athletes will not be permitted to compete until they meet the team competition standard.
Salem bus loop stop sign to Canton bridge to track path, out gate to Bartlett and turn right. Take Bartlett (Mile 1) to Beck and turn left. Take Beck to Warren and turn left. Take Warren (Mile 2) to Canton Center and turn left. Take Canton Center (Mile 3) to Joy and turn left. Finish at Salem Rock (Mile 4)
COURSE RECORD: Hannah Cavicchio 24:42.0 2006
Reasons Why Salem XC Chooses
to Have a Team Competition Standard
2. Liability – We can’t have some athletes two miles behind others on a six mile run.
3. Supervision – There are only two coaches and over forty athletes with varying levels of ability. Coaches can’t possibly spread out over four miles to supervise all the kids when some are far behind.
4. Holds the athletes accountable for training over the summer.
5. This is not a running club. It is a high school varsity sport.
Athletes that fail to meet the team competition standard, but would still like to be a part of the Salem Girls Cross Country Program, will be offered a managerial position or continue to train on campus (Parental Supervision) until the team competition standard is met. These athletes will not be permitted to compete until they meet the team competition standard.