“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!”  Psalm 133:1



Head Commissioner: David Dunn – feasttrack@gvtc.com



April 2021


The team has been very successful at the meets they have attended thus far. The Varsity girls have started the season undefeated, coming in first place two meets in a row. The rest of
the team has also shown strong performances, with the Varsity boys finishing 2nd and 3rd in their first two meets. The JV girls were 2nd, and the JV boys finished in 5th place at their first meets.




With the first High School track meets of 2021 came several new school records set by the talented athletes of FEAST! KayCee Keller (shown left) broke the former 3200m record with a time of 10:51. Grace Bettencourt broke the school record in the pole vault with a vault of 9 feet! The following week Grace cleared 9 feet 3 inches for another school record vault. A big congratulation to the athletes that have surpassed those before them and set new school records.



Ethan Smith followed by Nune Cantu in the MS 1600





Although some of the larger meets the team had hoped to attend have been canceled, morale remains high, and the athletes have continued to train hard and show devotion to their sport. Psalm 128:2 says, “You will eat the fruit of your labor; blessings and prosperity will be yours.” If the team continues to work hard to the glory of God, they will continue to find success in their athletic pursuits!

Reuel Fox throwing MS discus












  • April 1st                  HS at San Antonio Christian
  • April 8th                 MS at San Antonio Christian
  • April 9th                 HS at FEAST HS Invitational
  • April 17th               MS at FEAST MS Invitational
  • April 23rd               MS at ISAL District Meet
  • April 30th-May1st  Full Team at State Meet

    FOR MORE INFORMATION ON FEAST TRACK & FIELD: Head Commissioner David Dunn at feasttrack@gvtc.com, Assistant Commissioner, Tida Lanoce at suaytari2015@gmail.com, or MS Track Coach, Doug Halsell at doug1susan1@yahoo.com





Archived Articles

March 2021


A SHAKY START – First Track Meet of the Season Cancelled

The FEAST Patriots high school track team had been training and preparing for their first meet for weeks when an unfortunate weather forecast resulted in its cancellation. This was disappointing, but the athletes were ready to move forward and set their eyes on the next meet on the schedule. The first-ever FEAST High School Invitational track meet. While the Patriots have hosted a middle school track meet annually for 18 years, the team has never held a high school meet. The upcoming meet will bring both excitement and a team of dedicated coaches and parent-volunteers who will keep the races running smoothly!

When obstacles appear in our path, it is important to learn to push past them and continue on with hope and determination. The cancellation of meets has been dealt with before in years prior, so our athletes have learned to shift their mindset and view the situation in a positive light. The team will continue to train through the uncertainty and the cold, rainy weather and look forward to the opportunities and warm weather that lies ahead.


Justin Gould rounds the corner in the 400m last year at the Canyon Lake HS meet.

March 3rd – MS at Cornerstone
March 4th – HS at Cornerstone
March 11th – MS at Wimberley
March 18th – HS at Cornerstone
March 24th – MS at Cornerstone
March 25-27 – Texas Relays






February 2021



January 1st, marked the first day of a new season with the annual team meeting. The FEAST Track and Field team is excited to have some meets this year despite the corona-virus still impacting many athletic events. Throughout the year, the FEAST Patriots will continue running, while taking every necessary precaution to ensure the health of its athletes.

The past year of track and field and sports, in general, has been greatly impacted by the corona-virus pandemic. With the national shutdown that began on March 22nd of last year, the previous track season was unfortunately cut short. Many of the Patriots showed dedication to the team by continuing their training in neighborhoods or public tracks and prepared for future seasons by running time trials.

Now, a year later, the corona-virus continues to affect our daily lives. Despite this, we are all grateful that we will be able to run track and field this year. In a time full of so much uncertainty, we can rejoice in the fact that some aspects of our lives will return to normality.

January 2021


January means the start of track season! After last year’s season was cut short, coaches, athletes, and fans are excited to get started again. Practices start in mid-January, and our first HS meet is February 11th.

The first official FEAST Track practice will be on Wednesday, January 20th, at Wheatley Heights Sports Complex from 4:45pm to 6:45pm. This season practices will be held at Wheatley Heights Sports Center since Randolph HS is not allowing outside groups this year. Practices are typically held at 4:45pm on Mondays and Wednesdays, although there are some exceptions during the first four weeks of practice.

Each athlete and at least one parent must attend one of the following:

January 1st Noon at Lopez MS
There will be a workout at 10am that precedes the kickoff meeting.

January 4th, 6:30pm at FEAST
There will be a workout at 4:45pm that precedes the meeting.

January 7th, 6:30pm at FEAST
We will review team policies, schedules, and have warm-ups and uniform samples available to check sizing at all the kickoff meetings.

Online registration opens January 1st and is $75/athlete with a $250 family max. Registration will close January 20th. Our online store, where warm-ups, meet shorts, and other items are available for purchase, will also open on January 1st and close January 20th.

Meet Worker Volunteers Needed: FEAST will be hosting our HS meet on February 20th, and our MS meet on April 17th. If you are interested in working at either meet, please notify Coach Dunn at feasttrack@gvtc.com. We need field event workers, concession-stand workers, and workers in the press box.

If you have any questions regarding FEAST Track and Field, please contact Coach Dunn.

We would love to have more athletes come out and join our team.