School Records Broken at Red Mountain Rampage Invitational
Sat, March 25th
Riley Langton and Shane Leeper took down long-standing school records on Friday evening. Leeper ran 16.01 for the 110m hurdles, well ahead of 2012's Jacob Boyer. Riley Langton first broke Brandon Flores's 2011 200m record by running 22.78, then later in the meet, took Jonathon Holomon's 400m record, becoming the first CV athlete to run under 51 seconds; 50.87.
Wil Peralta and Lauren Rosen Named CV Track & Field Athletes of the Week
Wed, March 22nd
Mon, Feb 17th
Just for fun, coaches invited athletes to dress up with a TWIN on the team for a chance to win a pair of Jamba Juice gift cards! Take a look at the athletes who went all-out and our winners, Zach Fair and Nick Yeager!
Saturday, April 22nd, athletes can easily complete their necessary examination and paperwork, etc for next year's sports seasons. Click here for more information!
Team Shop Update!
Tues, Feb 21st
Loads of amazing CV Track team apparel now available for online purchase! Click the "Shop" link above to start browsing!
Athlete of the Week: Kyle McLemore!
Mon, March 6th
Kyle [trained with sprinters] last year and trained exceptionally well. He never complained and always wanted to beat everyone around him. His goal everyday was to get better then the day before. —Coach Johnston
He has been accountable and has done a great job of communicating. His work ethic in practice has been comparable to those who we have placed in leadership roles. He's also always encouraging his teammates. —Coach Marks
He is trying new events, and set a PR in high jump at Desert Classic. Everyone enjoys being around him. —Coach Bolton
CV Boys Honored by GPS School Board
Tues, Dec 20th
The CV boys cross country team was formally recognized for their D2 State Runner-Up finish at Tuesday evening's board meeting. The athletes were honored before the school board, superintendent, site-level administrators and many members of our community. Congratulations, boys!
Desert Classic Recap
Sat, Mar 4th
In the team's first meet of the year, the coyotes competed against 22 opponents and finished 5th (boys) and 6th (girls). On the track, the boys team only failed to put points on the board in in three of the eleven races. The boys team stand-outs were Ryan Clegg (7th-100m-11.60 and 4th-200m-23.21), Isaac Sanchez (5th-400m-52.44), Simon Hixon (6th-400m-52.48), Blake Chambal (1st-800m-2:00.32), Rylan Stubbs (2nd-1600m-4:28.28), Kyle Moore (6th-1600m-4:40.29), Kenny Edwards (8th-3200m-10:35), Marcus Ruhrer (2nd-300mH-42.96), Shane Leeper (8th-300mH-43.88), & Devin Ross (8th-PV-10'6"). On the girls' side, points were earned by Alaya Walton (6th-100m-13.16), Natteya Jamison (8th-100m-13.28), Haylee McLeod (6th-200m-26.95), Shelby Walsh (3rd-400m-1:03.09), Allie Louis (2nd-800m-2:31.24), Alaina Kautz (1st-1600m-5:33.94), Eden Pope (8th-HJ-4'10"), & Lauren Rosen (4th-PV-8'6") whose vault broke her previous school record by 11 inches. By the conclusion of the meet, six athletes or relay teams had achieved state provisional or automatic qualifying standards.
The team competes again on Wednesday at Mesquite HS.