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[12/14/19] Some cross country uniforms have not been turned in yet. To turn it in put in a bag with your name in or on it so that you will get credit for it. Take it to the high school office. I do not have uniforms from Kiersten, Lilly, Julia, Jacob, John, Madisyn, and Javier.
[11/01/19] The cross country awards banquet will be Tuesday, November the 5th at 6:00 in the cafeteria. It will start with a pot luck dinner. Table ware will be provided bring your own drinks and a dish to share .
Photos from Madison Trojans Cross Country's post
[10/28/19] Congratulations to Nethanel Leupold for placing 11th at regional and thus qualifing for the state cross country meet. His time (17:42.9) was a new personal record and first time under 18 minutes.
[10/27/19] Vountary cross country practice Monday 10-28 through Friday 3:00-4:00.
[10/23/19] The cross country awards banquet will be Tuesday, November the 5th at 6:00. It will start with a pot luck dinner.
The Jr High Cross Country Team competed in the first ever Jr. High League meet and came away as champions. The girl's won the team championship and Alex Perez won the boy's individual championship. The offical result are below. Individually three girls received all league honors. Ashlyn Hill 4th, Grave Henry 6th, and Faith Verlinde 7th. Great job kids.
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Official Team Scores
1. Madison 15
1. 7 Faith Beardmore 14:26.47
2. 7 Aubrey Appleman 14:34.41
3. 6 Payton Steinke 14:43.58
4. 8 Ashlyn Hill 14:55.25
5. 8 Raquel Arquette 14:58.22
6. 7 Grace Henry 15:18.27
7. 8 Faith Verlinde 15:19.51
8. 7 Ava Schlieger 15:22.88
9. 7 Lainey Johnston 15:43.76
10. 7 Shylee Iott 16:00.91
11. 6 Victoria Williams 16:06.31
12. 8 Alanna Willnow 17:24.81
13. 7 Alivia Stull 18:11.09
14. - Jamilla Rivera 18:12.4
1. 7 Alex Perez 12:04.67
2. 8 Josh Wolfe 12:18.05
3. 8 Keegan Masters 12:38.07
4. 8 Nathan Daniels 13:06.55
5. 8 Jacob Zilka 13:19.39
6. 6 Wyatt Fox 13:22.50
7. 7 Gabe Ostrosky 13:31.13
8. 8 Alex Rottman 14:09.47
9. 8 Dakota Shultis 14:23.51
10. 6 Paul McClure 14:32.88
11. 7 Collin Turpening 15:00.01
12. 6 Nicholas Trame 15:03.37
13. 8 William Forsyth 15:05.06
14. 8 Justin Celmer 15:23.39
15. 8 Cooper Bieber 15:48.52
16. 6 Logan Long 15:53.56
17. 6 Cameron Mahony 15:58.92
18. 7 Brendon Masters 15:59.80
19. 8 Zach Stambugh 16:02.25
20. 6 Jack Morgan 16:50.25
21. 8 Logan Brown 16:57.38
22. 7 Liam Shaner 16:59.90
23. 6 Pavel Gergely 17:03.77
24. 6 Elijah Turner 17:37.51
25. 7 Royce Goold 17:43.62
26. 8 Tony Keriacos 17:45.85
27. 6 Owen Turpening 17:57.60
28. 7 Jalen Stelzer 18:31.41
29. 6 Shane Cook 18:52.22
30. 6 Jacob McAllister 18:54.75
31. 7 Sam Murphy 23:22.61
32. 8 Keegan Pitney 24:27.74
33. 8 Seth Rodgers 24:57.77
34. 7 Michael Ruhl 25:57.84
35. 7 Drew McNatt 26:16.33
The middle school cross country team ran at Morenci last night with 5 other schools. The girls' team finished 2 and the boys placed 3rd. Individually some athletes earned medals for their top ten performance.
Alex Perex was the champion with a fine time of 11:49.6, and Paul McClure finished 7th in 13:59.
The girls' team also had 2 medal winners: Ashlyn Hill in 5th place with a time of 14:57 and Grace Henry in 6th with a time of 15:03.
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Hello from Earlham College, here in Richmond, Indiana. We hope your school year has started off great!
We have a favor to ask you. We're looking for smart, dedicated student-athletes who are looking for a chance to get one of the best educations in the country, while also competing at the collegiate level in cross country/track & field, and we think we might find some on your team.
We are looking for the following attributes in prospective student-athletes:
GPA = above 3.0
Desires a close-knit community
Any and all event groups in track and field as well as cross country
Hard worker and coachable
Committed to balancing their academics and athletics
That’s the kind of student-athlete we’re looking for, Coach Sperling. Do you think you have anybody on your team who fits that description? If so, we would really appreciate it if you could pass on their contact information (mailing, phone number and/or email address) so that we can follow-up as soon as possible. We are particularly interested in student-athletes who would attend Earlham College next fall (current seniors) but would also like to contact prospective students for the 2020-2021 school year that are currently in their junior year.
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[09/08/19] The Madison cross country teams competed Saturday at the Homer Invitational. The girls placed 5th and the boys 7th. Brook Fetter led the Trojans in 16th place with a personal record 23:16 which is 19th all time Madison top 20 and 15th in the region. Madisyn McDonald was 23rd and ranked 20th in region. Zoe Burciaga 28th, Kiersten Brackelman 30th, Lilly Wager 40th, Inessa Aranda 43rd, Emma Linger 48th, Hannah Leupold 58th, and Elisa Jackson 62nd. Nathanel Leupold was 3rd in the boys race with a pr of 18:31, 17th all time Madison top 20 and 11th in the region. Henry Frederick was 23rd, Jamari Williams 40th, Jacob Patterson 52nd, Aieden Mahony 58th, John Neal 59th, and Javier Mata 63rd. All ran personal or season records.
Nethanel Leupold is ranked 11th in region
Brook Fetter 15
Madison McDonald 20
Zoe Burciaga 32
Kiersten Brackelman 33
Henry Frederick 47
Great job making the top 50!
Nethanel Leupold and Brook Fetter entered the Madison CC all time top 20 at 17th and 19th with times 18:31.6 and 23:16.5 respectively.
Congrats! Your hard work has paid off!
Great improvement by all several personal records!
CC run 6-21-19
We will be in a new location with advantages this year: Dining Hall for 250, Lakefront, Climbing tower, many camp amenities. Two showers per dorm, plus a shower house Continued focus on Form analysis, Physiology, Mental Strategies, Biomechanics, & Coaching expertise Injury prevention & Nutritional strategies Open for 7th to 12th grade NCAA Division 1 College Coaches Lifetime Friendships To provide the highest quality instruction to campers, to have a fun and healthy experience for all campers and staff. Learn to love the sport through experienced coaches & facilitators bringing over 200 years of combined camp experiences. Dr. Drew Ludtke, Head Cross Country Coach Virginia Military Institute Email: [email protected] http://greilick.org/ (Camp website) https://traversetrails.org/ (Local Trails) VASA Trails, North Country Trail, Boardman Trails, Muncie Lake Pathway, Au Sable Trail, High Banks, and Camp Greilick Trails (home of the Cherry Festival Triathlon) HQ2 will have a rustic location surrounding by no traffic, many trails, lakes and rivers. We accommodate all levels of runners from beginners to state champion hopefuls. Tuition includes: Meals/snacks, t-shirt, lodging (7 days/6 nights), & unforgettable lifetime memories.
Co-Director: Stu Scholl NCAA All American Cross Country Runner, former Wolverine Cross Country Camper and Co-Director of Wolverine Cross Country Camp. Stu brings 47 years of unparalleled camp experience to HQ2, having trained and coached alongside coaching icon, Kermit Ambrose. Co-Director: Dr. Drew Ludtke Drew began his running career as a Wolverine Camps Camper in the 1980's. He then returned to the camp in the Summer of 1996 as part of the coaching staff. Dr. Drew has coached at the college level since 2000, including six years at NCAA D1, and is currently the Head Cross Country Coach at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, VA. With 20+ years of camp experience, he continues to develop excellence in every camper through fun, engaging and challenging workouts. Guest Speakers: 1996 Olympian Paul McMullen, Super Dave Hodgkinson, and a line-up of NCAA All-Americans, Coaches, and Collegiate Athletes. Pricing for 7 days/6 nights: $475 by December 31st $525 by March 15th $575 After March 15th (if availability allows) Camp space may be limited to the first 85 campers. *$150 non-refundable deposit required to reserve place at camp Directions: 4754 Scout Camp Rd Traverse City, MI 49696 Sunday 2:00-4:00 Registration : Camp Greilick 4:00-10:00 Orientation, supper, meet staff & campers 10:30 Lights Out! Monday to Friday 7:00 Rise and get ready for breakfast 7:15 Breakfast, cleaning, mingle with counselors 9:00 Educational session, Dynamics & workout 12:00 Lunch 2:00 Warm-up, calisthenics, build-ups & workout 5:00 Dinner 7:30 Films, video stride analysis, & guest speakers 8:30 Snack Time 9:45 Head for dorms 10:15 Lights Out Saturday 9:30-11:00 Final workout - Parents & families welcome, Check-out 11:00am. Print Clearly: Mail Waiver & Check together: Participant Name:_________________________ Address: ____________________________ City:_______________ State:_____ Zip: ________ School:___________________________________ Phone: _________________ Grad Year: ________ Email: ___________________________(print clearly) Circle Grade in Fall of 2019: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th Circle Shirt Size: Sm Med Large X-L Circle Week: July 14-20 OR July 21-27 Roommate Preference:_______________________ Emergency Contact Information Name:_______________________________________ Cell ________________Home __________________ Medical Insurance Information Name of Insurance Co.__________________________ Name of Policy Holder__________________________ Policy Number__________________________________ Additional Instruction/Allergies: _______________________________________________ I certify that I am the parent or legal guardian of the clinic participant. I give my permission for the staff of the camp, during the period of the camp, to provide appropriate medical attention in the event of an accident, injury or illness to above named participant. I will be responsible for all costs of the medical attention and treatment, and have documented above that I do have insurance to assist in covering these costs. I understand, as with any sport, injuries can occur, and I acknowledge that said name participant listed above is physically fit and mentally capable of participating in all clinic activities. Parent or Legal Guardian Signature: _________________________________ Date:___________ Mail $475 Pre-Registration Check to: Dr. Drew Ludtke 29 Westside Ct. Lexington, VA 24450
greilick.org Greilick Outdoor Recreation & Education Center, a preeminent outdoor camp facility in Northern Michigan availble for overnight rental or day-long activites.
[05/09/19] Sports Physicals June 10 5-7pm at Madison for incoming 7th-12th graders. Forms online or in the MS/HS office. $15. Checks to Madison
shusaints.com GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- The Siena Heights women's track and field team finished second in the team standings with 199.33 points in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) outdoor championships. Six Saints won events to achieve first-team All-WHAC.
[04/23/19] Faster Horses is July 19,20, and 21. I am looking for some cross country parents and friends need to be part of the athletic fundraiser. There are two shifts per day 10:00- 5:00 and 5:00- 11:00. You get free entry to the concert and keep your tips. Morning shift is mostly setup and afternoon is concession operation so tips mostly later. Must be 18 years old and have a driver's license. I need to fill at least three more shifts. Let me know if you are interested and have any questions. You can do multiple shifts if you want.
Haley Hudson throwin that shot:
shusaints.com Siena Heights women's track and field athlete Haley Hudson was named the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) women's field athlete of the week this week as announced by the league office. This is Hudson's third time this year being named the conference field athlete of the week.
Lawrence Tech University in Southfiled will be adding men's and woman's track and field as a varsity sport next season and currently looking for future student athletes. We also have a great cross country program that was started 7 years ago. If you know of any runners who what to continue at the next level and receive a athletic scholarship please have them contact me or fill out the questionnaire
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shusaints.com EAST LANSING, Mich. -- The Siena Heights women's outdoor track and field team had a good showing at the Michigan State University Spartan Invitational on Friday and Saturday. Mildrenae Young-Brooks was the lone winner for the Saints as she won the long jump with a leap of 5.58m (18' 3.75"). That ma...
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At the Regional Bowling tournament in Flat Rock on Friday, February 22, three Trojan bowlers qualified for the MHSAA State Championships this weekend.
Isabell Young qualified 5th in the region among the girls. Anthony Contreras qualified 3rd and Kegan Newcomb in 8th among the boys. They are all headed to Muskegon on Friday and Saturday for the State tournament.
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Adrian Madison's Isom Leads at All Levels
Adrian Madison's Isom Leads At All Levels
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Posted Thursday, February 21, 2019
By Geoff Kimmerly
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Over more than three decades, Adrian Madison athletic director Kris Isom has taken on responsibilities not only in her league and regionally, but statewide as a member of the MHSAA Representative Council – in addition to her athletic department responsibilities at the high school and junior high.
And yet, she still teaches multiple classes and coaches at least one of the district’s teams every year, serving and building relationships at the most local level of her wide influence on educational athletics.
She’s made those relationships a priority, also serving as class advisor to Madison students through last year when her daughter Rachel graduated. One year during the 1990s, in fact, the graduating class even dedicated its yearbook to her.
“I like being in the classroom and coaching because I still have a connection with kids, know who they are,” Isom said. “Being at a smaller school, you’re able to know who kids are, but at the middle school especially I don’t know a lot. Getting involved in coaching has helped me put a name with a face so I will know them coming up.”
She continues to impact students at Madison and beyond, and will be recognized for her many contributions with the 32nd Women In Sports Leadership Award during halftime of the Division 3 Girls Basketball Final on March 23 at Calvin College’s Van Noord Arena.
Each year, the Representative Council considers the achievements of women coaches, officials and athletic administrators affiliated with the MHSAA who show exemplary leadership capabilities and positive contributions to athletics.
Isom is in her 33rd year as athletic director at Adrian Madison, taking over athletics for the high school and junior high after serving as a teacher and coach for a year at Clinton. She has served as part of the MHSAA Representative Council since 2008, representing Class C and D schools from the state’s southeastern section.
“I’m very honored by this award, not only because it’s for women in leadership. I’ve been doing this 33 years and I’ve seen more and more women in this profession … that for all things considered is a man’s profession,” Isom said. “Having a daughter, who while she’s not following my footsteps, but getting her in the business world eventually, it’s a good feeling.”
Isom’s contributions to high school sports and its participants are many and at all levels. Within her district, she has coached basketball, volleyball, sideline cheer, track & field and softball – at least one sport every year, including as the eighth grade girls basketball coach this season.
At the league level, Isom has served as president of the Tri-County Conference since 2002 after previously serving as vice president and secretary/treasurer. Serving more of her neighboring districts, Isom has hosted numerous District, Regional and Quarterfinal competitions and MHSAA Coaches Advancement Program (CAP) sessions.
At the statewide level, Isom has provided her expertise as a member of the Representative Council and as a 33-year member of the Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association and National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association. She also assists MHSAA staff annually in selecting members of the 16-student Student Advisory Council.
She was named the MIAAA’s Region 6 “Athletic Director of the Year” in 2000 and received the MHSAA’s Allen W. Bush Award in 2016 to recognize her many behind-the-scenes contributions.
“Kris Isom continues to provide a steadying presence on our Representative Council. She researches issues and really brings a voice of reason to the discussion – not only to the full Council, but to the Executive Committee as well,” MHSAA Executive Director Mark Uyl said. “She does a great job representing the southeastern corner of the state, bringing a small-school perspective to the table time after time. We’re thankful for her leadership and glad to present her with the Women In Sports Leadership Award.”
Part of leadership is being an example, and Isom has served as one for many. Of course that growing group included her daughter who this year left home to study in the dental hygiene program at Jackson College but has frequently been by Mom’s side for the many activities.
“Hopefully, (she learned) to be assertive, that she needs to be a good listener, and obviously you have to be a mediator,” Kris Isom said. “Hopefully seeing all those aspects, and dealing with situations and different issues, she’ll be a better problem solver, be more open (to the idea) that there is more than one side of a story.”
A graduate of Clinton High School, Isom received her bachelor’s degree in science and teaching certification in physical education and health in 1984 from Michigan State University. She earned her master’s in elementary education in 1986 from Eastern Michigan University and also has completed graduate courses from Fresno Pacific University.
In addition to the MIAAA and NIAAA, Isom is a member of the Michigan Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (MAHPERD) and the Michigan State University Alumni Association. She’s active with The Clinton United Church of Christ in various service projects, including an annual fundraiser for cancer research, and also participates in local Meals on Wheels, American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity projects.
The first Women In Sports Leadership Award was presented in 1990.
1990 – Carol Seavoy, L’Anse
1991 – Diane Laffey, Harper Woods
1992 – Patricia Ashby, Scotts
1993 – Jo Lake, Grosse Pointe
1994 – Brenda Gatlin, Detroit
1995 – Jane Bennett, Ann Arbor
1996 – Cheryl Amos-Helmicki, Huntington Woods
1997 – Delores L. Elswick, Detroit
1998 – Karen S. Leinaar, Delton
1999 – Kathy McGee, Flint
2000 – Pat Richardson, Grass Lake
2001 – Suzanne Martin, East Lansing
2002 – Susan Barthold, Kentwood
2003 – Nancy Clark, Flint
2004 – Kathy Vruggink Westdorp, Grand Rapids
2005 – Barbara Redding, Capac
2006 – Melanie Miller, Lansing
2007 – Jan Sander, Warren Woods
2008 – Jane Bos, Grand Rapids
2009 – Gail Ganakas, Flint; Deb VanKuiken, Holly
2010 – Gina Mazzolini, Lansing
2011 – Ellen Pugh, West Branch; Patti Tibaldi, Traverse City
2012 – Janet Gillette, Comstock Park
2013 – Barbara Beckett, Traverse City
2014 – Teri Reyburn, DeWitt
2015 – Jean LaClair, Bronson
2016 – Betty Wroubel, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep
2017 – Dottie Davis, Ann Arbor Huron
2018 – Meg Seng, Ann Arbor Greenhills
PHOTO: Adrian Madison athletic director Kris Isom, right, presents the Division 8 football championship trophy to Reading coach Rick Bailey in November at Ford Field.
Adrian Madison's Isom Leads at All Levels
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