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RUNNERS TO YOUR MARK
TRACK AND FIELD SEASON IS ARRIVING SOON
Preparation for the upcoming FEAST Track and Field Season is starting. If you are interested in joining the FEAST track team for the first time, please contact Coach David Dunn at email@example.com, and he will give you information and answer your questions.
If you want to participate in our off-season workouts, which will start on November 4th please contact David (above), and he can provide days and location. The time will be from 4:45 to 6:15pm.
Track Kickoff Meetings
On January 1st at 10am will we have an off- season workout at Reagan High School track. Immediately following at noon, we will have our track kickoff meeting. We will go over our season plan, try on uniforms, collect Randolph High School entry information, and explain how to access our online store. In addition to the January 1st Kickoff meeting, we will have two more Kickoff meetings on Monday, January 6th, and on Thursday, January 9th, both at 6:30pm. These will be held at the FEAST office at 7735 Mockingbird Lane. You must attend one of the three meetings.
Through the middle of March, the FEAST High School track teams have competed in four track meets and our Middle School teams have competed in three meets. The season started at St. Mary’s Hall where our Varsity Boys were the meet champions and two school records were broken. Isaiah Hudgens cleared 6’ 2” in the high jump and the quartet of Shawn Boothe, Joshua Powers, Mark Braymer, and Keagan Bogart broke the 4x1600m record with a time of 20:18.
Next came the meet at Canyon Lake where FEAST placed well in all four divisions. The third meet was at Smithson Valley where all the other schools were 5A/6A classification. FEAST Varsity Boys were able to outscore one of these big schools. At this meet, John Estrada broke the school records in the shot (52’ 2”) and discus (168’ 7”). John won first place in both events. The picture below shows Isaiah Hudgens on the victory stand after winning the 110 hurdles.
Our most recent meet was La Vernia against mostly 3A schools. At this meet, both the Varsity Boys and Varsity Girls finished in 3rd place. The Varsity boys were led by an amazing statistic – the FEAST Varsity Boys won first place in EVERY field event at this meet. John Estrada won both shot put and discus, Isaiah Hudgens won both the high jump and pole vault, Christian McDonald won the long jump and Josias Felder won the triple jump. Additionally, Christian McDonald broke the school record in the 100m (11.16).
FEAST athletes also competed in a few special events over Spring Break. Lauren Bettencourt broke the school record in the 2000m steeplechase (7:22) and this time is currently ranked 4th in the State. Lauren is also state ranked 33rd in the 3200m. Upcoming high school meets are Medina Valley, Texas Relays, Clemens and SACS.
On the middle school side, they competed at Medina Valley, SACS and La Vernia. At the SACS meet there were 18 private schools competing. The FEAST 7th/8th Boys finished 4th, the 7th/8th Girls finished in 3rd and the 5th/6th FEAST Girls were the meet champions! Additionally, Grace Bettencourt tied the school record in the high jump (5’0″).
The middle school athletes are having fun trying new events and making friends. Upcoming middle school meets are at Randolph, SACS and the FEAST MS home meet.