SLUH qualifies to the state championships in four events, the 4x800 meter relay, 800, javelin, and high jump. Full results from the sectional meet can be found here.
Track & Field
"DEFEND THE TRADITION"
Track and Field at SLUH is an extension of our school community. Our team aims to embody its highest ideals and values. Track & Field at SLUH is about more than winning. It is a part of our spiritual life, a way to honor God, a part of the way in which we are striving to become better human beings. We recognize that it is a gift to be able to compete and share the experience of athletic competition and training with a team. We approach everything we do in a spirit of gratitude to God who gave us our gifts, to our parents and families, to our teammates, to our coaches, and to past athletes in the SLUH Track & Field program.
Varsity scored 151 points and JV scored 145 points to distance themselves from their conference rivals. This is the seventh consecutive varsity track and field title for the program. Full results can be found here.
SLUH takes 2nd in the Jim Farrell Relays to a strong Northwest team. This was a great meet for younger athletes to get varsity experience or try a different event. Results can be found here.
Seven SLUH athletes were selected to compete at the Kansas Relays, hosted by the University of Kansas. Medalists included Daniel McMurran in the high jump and the 4x800 meter relay of Patrick Hetlage, Paul Burka, Charlie Perry, and Lazarus Williams. Results of SLUH events can be found here.
The track & field program competed in two lower level meets on Tuesday, the Webster JV Invitational and the Kirkwood C Invitational. With nicer weather, both meets led to several PRs. Results for the Kirkwood C Invitational can be found here. When final results are available for the Webster JV Invitational, they will be found here.
After not being able to compete at Blue Springs, the team was fortunate to add the Corey Seibert Invitational to our schedule. This meet had 42 teams from around the area and lasted over 10 hours. We were able to battle the cold and wet conditions to finish 4th overall in this competitive meet. Results can be found here.
SLUH welcomed MCC foes CBC, DeSmet, and Vianney as well as Marquette and Rockwood Summit for a JV/C invitational. Meet results can be found here.
A second group of varsity athletes competed at the Dan Sebben Invitational, which was hosted by Webster Groves High School. This meet was highlighted by strong winds and wet fields, but we were able to battle and gain great experience for later in the season. Results of the meet can be found here.
The varsity finished as co-champions of the Lindbergh Boys Flyer Classic, scoring 117 points and sharing the top honors with Lafayette. Last week at Festus, Lafayette defeated SLUH by 43 points. This was a great finish for the team. The JV team finished 5th in their division scoring 67 points. Results can be found here.
The varsity track and field team competed for the first time this season at Festus High School. Braving the cold, windy, and wet conditions, several athletes had a PR (personal record). Results can be found here.
The track and field program competed against MCC rivals CBC, DeSmet, and Vianney in the first meet of the season. The was a JV and Freshmen meet. Results can be found here.
The 4x800 meter relay of Roman Lipinski, Patrick Hetlage, Paul Burka, and Lazarus Williams finished 3rd at the state meet earning All-State honors. Roman Lipinski also earned All-State in the 800 meter run. Full results can be found here.
The team competed in the District Championships on Saturday, May 13 at Parkway South. SLUH qualified to Sectionals in 11 of the 19 events. Results can be found here. The team is next in action on Saturday, May 20 at Marquette for Sectionals.
The Varsity and Junior Varsity teams both won the MCC Championships on Thursday, May 4. This is the 5th consecutive varsity title and 11th in the past 12 years. Results for both divisions can be found here.
Day 2 of the Kansas Relays included three 2nd place finishes. Jayson Ashford finished 2nd in the 100 meter dash. The 4x800 of Lipinski, Hetlage, Burka, and Williams and the 4x400 of Lipinkski, Jaleel Ashford, Williams, and Jayson Ashford both finished 2nd as well. Results
The Distance Medley Relay school record was broken on day 1 of the Kansas Relays. Sophomores Patrick Hetlage and Charlie Perry, freshman Lazarus Williams, and junior Paul Burka ran 10:46.62, taking 6 seconds off of the school record. In addition, senior Jayson Ashford qualified to the finals of the 100 and the 4x400 meter relay of Roman Lipinski, Jaleel Ashford, Lazarus Williams, and Jayson Ashford qualified to the finals.
The track and field program took 2nd place at the prestigious Dale Collier Invitational. Results to the meet can be found here.
The track and field team won the All Catholic Invitational on Saturday hosted by Chaminade. Event winners included the 4x800 Relay, the 4x400 Relay, Jayson Ashford in the 100 and 200, Roman Lipinski in the 800, Andrew Pluff in the Javelin, Daniel McMurran in the high jump, and Sean Hruz in the pole vault. Results can be found here.
The Track & Field team competed in two meets hosted by Webster Groves High School. The Dan Sebben Varsity Invitational took place on Tuesday, April 4. SLUH sent a V2 team to compete against the varsity teams of other schools. Results can be found here. The team also competed in the Webster JV Invitational on Thursday, April 6. The results for the top 6 overall can be found here and SLUH results can be found here.
The track and field team won the MCC Relays by 22 points over DeSmet. There were lots of great individual performances by the team in this early season conference competition. The results can be found here.
The Festus Earlybird Invitational was hosted by Festus High School on Saturday, March 25. This was the first varsity competition of the season and the team finished 5th of the 19 schools who participated. Results can be found here.
What a great day for our first meet of the season! Please click here to access the results page.
The first JV and Freshmen meet of the season is Wednesday, March 22 at SLUH.
The first day of practice for the upcoming season is Monday, February 27.
- Nate Bischof
- Terron Brown
- Joe Callahan
- Sidq Cherry
- Cameron Clay
- Bob Devoll
- Peter Dillon
- Solomon Elliott
- Colin Floretta
- Logan Florida
- Matt Friedrichs
- Ben Garcia
- Michael Gordon
- Patrick Hayden
- Noah Hayes
- Bradley Kandlebinder
- Matt Kennedy
- Ryan Klosterman
- Peter LaBarge
- Joey Lansing
- Richard McCain
- Kyle McEnery
- Adam Mittendorf
- Kameron Moses
- Kellen Porter
- Lucas Rackers
- Noah Scott
- Sirius Song
- Eric Tice
- Luca Valencia
- Trenton Weaver
- Lazarus Williams
If you are requesting a lighter workout, an alternative workout, or a day off today due to a diagnosed or suspected injury, please complete this form by the end of your lunch period. You are never free to skip practice. You must complete this form before speaking to a coach about the issue. Never assume that your plan for the day is what the coaches will have you do. Under most circumstances, you will still be working out, doing therapy or performing service to the team. Fill out a new form every day you are requesting consideration for your situation, unless you have directly worked out a long-term plan with the head coach.
After first being approved by the coaches, any runner who is not involved in regular daily practice due to an injury or potential injury should be cross training every day, according to a specific program approved by a trainer or physician and your coach. On days when you are not cross training, you will likely be asked to serve the team in some capacity. Use this form every day to report your workout. Completely fill in in the requested numbers. Failure to give an adequate, complete, daily description will be considered the same as skipping practice.
The Study Group is a group of athletes who have asked for extra support and flexibility from the coaching staff in order to be academically successful. Being a member of the Study Group commits the athlete to completing this report every school day. If you faithfully meet this commitment and find that you are in a situation that requires you to miss a meet or a practice in order to keep up with academic work, the head coach may excuse you. You are never excused without the approval of the head coach. Our hope is that a daily piece of communication will help you be more aware of what you need to do and will help the coaching staff to support you in your studies. If a pattern of repeated requests for absence develops, the coaches, you, and your parents will meet to discuss the situation.