Girls Track - Humboldt Community School District

Girls Track

Wildcat Girls Track Coaches:2008 qualifiers
Head Coach:  Dean Clasen
Assistant Coaches:  Spencer Ross, Jason Hoag
8th Grade Coach:  Justin McDaniel
7th Grade Coach:  Krystal Miller


Girls track provides the opportunity for interscholastic competition in the sport of track and field.  This program is a combined junior varisty/varsity sport for the girls in grades 9-12.
 
The Humboldt girls track team qualified seven events to the 2017 State Track meet scoring 14 points to tie for 16th place.

Previous Successes:
North Central Conference Champions:
1980, 1981, 1989, 2017
At least one state qualifier since 1996
(22 consecutive years)

Schedule of Events:

See Activities Calendar



2008 girls track2017 State Track Qualifiers:

4 x 800m Relay: Beth Duffield, Olivia Hildreth, Kate Curran, Gabby Kent (10:51.92 – 9th)
Distance Medley Relay: Claire Varangkounh, Rachel Darling, Gabby Kent, Bryce Gidel (4:20.49 – 10th)
Sprint Medley Relay: Kelsey Peters, Mady Lange, Beth Duffield, Gabby Kent (1:55.99 – 23rd)
4 x 400m Relay: Beth Duffield, Olivia Hildreth, Kate Curran, Gabby Kent                                                                      (4:09.73 – 15th)
                                                                  Discus: Kelsey Peters (128’ 10” – 2nd)
                                                                  3000m run: Bryce Gidel (10:29.30 – 5th; school record)
                                                                  1500m run: Bryce Gidel (4:48.08 – 7th ; school record)

 

Prerequisites to Participation:

Physical

Contact Person:

 Dean Clasen
 dlclasen@mchsi.com

 


As with all co-curricular activities, the Humboldt girls track and field program works to prepare it's participates for experiences later in life.  Through participation and competition in practice, in individual events and relays, girls will learn how to deal with successes and disappointments and will experience the interdependence and camaraderie necessary for a team to function.  Track and field offers events for a variety of abilities such as strength, speed and endurance.  The track and field program works to develop a strong work ethic and to improve each individual athletically to help them be successful in other sports as well as track and field.
 

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