Meet Information & Results
Below is our competition schedule for the 2017 season. Check back on this page often for updates to race rosters and arrival times. Meet results will also be posted here, as they become available.
MARCH: SLUH JV/C #1 | Festus Early Bird | MCC Relays
APRIL: Dan Sebben | Webster JV #1 | Dale Collier | SLUH JV/C #2 | Dale Collier | Kirkwood C | Webster JV #2 | Kansas Relays | Jim Farrell Relays | Vianney JV/C
MAY: Vianney C | SLUH JV/C #3 | MCC | District | Sectional | State
SLUH JV/C #1 (JV/C)
This was a great first meet with so many new athletes competing against our conference foes from DeSmet Jesuit and CBC.
Festus Early Bird (V)
The Festus Early Bird Invitational was the first varsity meet of the season. The team finished 5th of 19 teams.
MCC Relays (V)
SLUH takes the MCC Relays team title with lots of great performances around the board.
Team scores: SLUH 108, DeSmet 86, CBC 70, Chaminade 34, Vianney 20
Dan Sebben Invitational (V2)
The V2 squad took on the varsity teams of many schools and did extremely well.
Webster JV #1 (JV)
This was the first of two JV meets hosted this year by Webster High School. The team took 5th out of 9 schools.
The Jr. Bills were victorious against their Catholic rivals at the All Catholic Invitational. There were lots of great performances as we are heading into the middle of the season.
SLUH JV/C #2 (JV/C)
SLUH hosted it's second unlimited JV and Freshmen meet competing against Rockwood Summit, Marquette, Vianney and DeSmet Jesuit.
Dale Collier (V)
The team took 2nd place at the prestigious Dale Collier Invitational hosted by Kirkwood High School.
Kirkwood C Invite (C)
The Freshmen team took part in their first invitational at Kirkwood. The team finished 4th in a very close team race.
Webster JV (JV)
The JV team competed at Webster Groves for the 2nd time this season. The team finished 6th of 13 teams with some great individual performances.
Kansas Relays (V)
The program entered 3 relays into the Kansas Relays as well as 3 individual events. All 3 relays finished in the top 3, including a school record in the DMR as well as Jayson Ashford finished 2nd place in the 100 meter dash.