DASH News Aug 25 – Friday High School Meet + New Results Archive

Hello DASH Homeschool families,

The first high school cross country meet is this Friday, Aug 27th, the Franklin Quadrangular, at Franklin HS. Map We will run against Franklin, Greendale, and Badger, the same as last year. The girls race is at 3:30 PM, the boys race is at 4:00 PM. I would appreciate it if everyone could get there by 2:30. We need to scout the course, warm up, and prepare to run our best. We have a good team this year, so let’s plan on starting the season on a positive note.

There is construction on S. 51st St. If you are taking I-94, you should go to the Ryan Rd. exit, then go west to 51st St. Go north on 51st to the school. Athletes should come to the meet with their uniform on. If you need to reach me on Friday afternoon after I have left my house to go to the meet, you can reach me on my cell phone at (262)271-9928. I don’t have it turned on very often, so don’t try to call it except for meet days.

There is a cookout afterwards, where you can buy hamburgers, brats, etc. You can eat during the awards ceremony. The Franklin coach does a good job making this a friendly meet to start the season.

I have a new Results Archive page where you can see the results of the Maitland Park Team Run last Monday, and all of the 2009 DASH Cross Country results. Check it out under Information to the right. It took me a while to get it right, but I think it looks great. Comments are welcome.

If you were there Monday at the Team Meeting, you know we have a good team this year. It is going to be fun. Remember to run this weekend, do some pushups, and stay strong.

Take care,
Jim Caspers

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