2018 Summer Event Calendar Posted; New Athletes Encouraged to Join Fun
Campolindo cross country begins defense of its league, section and state titles this June with summer conditioning sessions meeting Monday through Saturday. These informal training opportunities are open to all athletes interested in participating in the official fall season. Summer training is a critical part of a successful cross country experience, and attending the summer conditioning sessions, while not a requirement, is truly imperative for athletes who wish to be successful.
In addition to training designed to help athletes gradually develop fitness in preparation for the rigors of the competitive season, the SUMMER CALENDAR also features plenty of social opportunities! New athletes are encouraged to join the squad for the 2018 MORAGA FUN RUN event on July 4th, as well as the Dipsea Trail Beach Trip on July 7. These are can't miss summer highlights intended to develop connections between teammates.
Of course, all are welcome to attend each day of the summer schedule, all summer long! The Cougar cross country program is open to all abilities and levels of experience. Most participants find it to be among the most rewarding activities of their entire high school experience.
Please check out the complete list of items that must be completed in order to be eligible to participate in the upcoming fall season by visiting the team HANDBOOK PAGE.
Athletes and parents should also request to be added to the team's FACEBOOK GROUP in order to receive frequent updates on team activities.
We look forward to another fantastic cross country season! We hope you will join us.
November 25 , 2017
Underdog Girls Survive Battle of Attrition to Win State Championship; Boys Add to Streak with Surprising 5th Place Finish
It was not easy, and it certainly was not pretty. Rather, the fight for the 2017 girls' cross country state championship title went 15 rounds.
Just as the season began, 4-year varsity veteran and team captain Hannah Ruane (18) was hampered by a persistent, and seemingly mysterious knee ailment. After several attempts to rest and return, the defending individual league champion received the devastating news that her season would be cut short due to an unusual anterior tibial stress fracture.
November 18 , 2017
Miles Leads Girls to 5th-Consecutive NCS Crown; Buckley 2nd for Runner-up Boys
After a conservative start, Jenna Miles (18) steadily moved up through the field of the girls' division 3 race at Saturday's North Coast Section championships. By the midway point of the 3.0 mile distance, she had overtaken teammate Isabella Chao (18), who had been holding on to 2nd place behind Redwood's Gillian Wagner.
November 4 , 2017
Cougars Sweep Team Titles; JV Boys Claim Top 7 Places to Rout Field; Chao Sisters Take 2 at League Championships
As competitors neared the mile mark in the junior varsity boys' race at Saturday's DAL cross country championships on the Hidden Valley Park course, College Park's Jake Heinlein and Northgate's Patrick Thierry were the league's last hope for breaking up Campolindo's pack of 7 and spoiling a perfect score.
October 26 , 2017
FS Girls, JV Boys Tally Perfect Scores at Final Regular Season Meet; D'Iorio's Late Surge Saves JV Girls' Undefeated Season
As they have done all season, the frosh soph girls set the tone at Wednesday's final regular season competition by grabbing the top 5, and 7 of the top 8, finishing places against the rest of the league on the short and fast Newhall Park course in the 1st race of the meet.
October 21 , 2017
Chao Rockets to Time Trial Record 4:57; Chambers Bests Seed Mark by 8 Seconds
With a thrilling final lap, where she challenged eventual winner Cameron Iniguez-Reyes (19) down the backstretch, Isabella Chao (18) laid claim to the fastest 1600m time ever run by a female athlete at the annual team time trial event held in Bob Wilson Stadium on Saturday.
October 13 , 2017
Rosiak Leads FS to Victory at Roughrider
With a strong push at the half-way point, Jessica Rosiak (21) moved passed several of her teammates to claim "top gun" status in the frosh soph girls' race at Saturday's Roughrider Invitational on Woodward Park's 2.1 mile course. Rosiak, who finished 3rd overall, was at the front of a train of teammates who swarmed the 1st 10 finishing places.