Meet Information & Results

Below is our competition schedule for the 2019 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 | McCullough-Douglass Invitational | Lindbergh Invitational

APRIL: Eureka Invitational | All-Catholic | SLUH JV/C #2 | Gorilla Relays | Corey Seibert Invitational | Kirkwood C Invitational | Webster JV Invitational | Phil Brusca Invitational | Jim Farrell Relays | Vianney JV/C Invitational | Dale Collier Invitational | Vianney C Invitational

MAY: MCC | SLUH JV/C #3 | District | Sectional | State


March 20, 2019 - hosted by SLUH

The Jr. Bills kicked off the season by hosting fellow MCC teams in CBC and DeSmet Jesuit as well as KIPP St. Louis. This was the first meet for many new track athletes and a great learning experience. Click here for results.

McCullough-Douglass Invitational (V)

March 23, 2019 - hosted by Festus High School

The varsity team opened their season at the McCullough-Douglass Invitational hosted by Festus High School. This was an important step in the start of the season as we now have marks for everyone to improve upon throughout the season. The meet was highlighted by Baker Pashea, who as a freshman, ran the fastest leg of the 4x800 and anchored the 4x400 to second place. Christian Wallace-Hughes finished 3rd in the triple jump with a new PR of 41-3 and finished fourth in the long jump. He also anchored the 4x100 and passed two teams down the final straightaway. Lucas Rackers ran the what is at the the time the fastest 3200 in the state in 9:29.11. Full meet results can be found here.

Lindbergh Invitational (V/JV)

March 30, 2019 - hosted by Lindbergh High School

Meet was cancelled due to inclement weather.

Eureka Invitational (V/JV)

April 5, 2019 - hosted by Eureka High School

The Eureka Invitational was a great meet highlighted by some strong performances including Lazarus Williams 800 of 1:55, which is now the #2 time in the state of Missouri. Other highlights from the meet included Eric Piening jumping 5-8 in the high jump and Jay Duda winning the 200. Full results can be found here.

All-Catholic (V2)

April 6, 2019 - hosted by Chaminade High School

The All Catholic Invitational was a great opportunity for athletes to get varsity experience. The biggest highlight of this competition was Lucas Pitti in the pole vault. He increased his PR 1 ½ feet to 11-6 during the meet. Reid Jackson was surprised to find himself in the 4x800 relay due to the illness of Ryan Kramer, and ran a great first leg of 2:08. Full results can be found here.


April 10, 2019 - hosted by SLUH

The Jr. Bills welcomed DeSmet, Vianney, and Rockwood Summit for a JV and Freshmen meet. This led to several PRs for the Jr. Bills. Full results for the meet can be found here.

Gorilla Relays (V)

April 12, 2019 - hosted by Pittsburgh State University

5 student-athletes represented SLUH at the PSU Gorilla Relays, hosted by Pittsburgh State University. This was a great experience for each athlete to compete against some of the best athletes from southwest Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Results for SLUH events can be found here.

Corey Seibert Invitational (V2/JV)

April 13, 2019 - hosted by Rockwood Summit High School

A majority of the program competed in the Corey Seibert Invitational, hosted by Rockwood Summit High School. While missing some teammates for the ACT and the Gorilla Relays, the varsity finished 7th of 17 teams. The JV (limited to only freshmen and sophomores), finished 4th of 18 teams. Full results can be found here.

Kirkwood C Invite (C)

April 16, 2019 - hosted by Kirkwood High School

Kirkwood hosted a large freshmen invitational that had unlimited entries for all freshmen. The team took 9 of 12 teams at this invitational. A highlight of the meet was Eric Piening winning the high jump. Full results can be found here.

Webster JV (JV)

April 16, 2019 - hosted by Webster High School at Hixson Jr. High

SLUH finished 5 of 17 teams at the Webster JV Invitational. A highlight of the meet was our lone individual champion on the day, which was Matt Kennedy in the high jump. Full results can be found here.

Phil Brusca Invitational (V)

April 20, 2019 - hosted by Ladue High School

The Phil Brusca Invitational included 73 teams this year. SLUH was fortunate enough finish 6th on the day. A result of note was the 4x800 meter relay, which ran 7:59, the fastest time in the state at this point. Full results can be found here.

Jim Farrell Relays (V2)

April 23, 2019 - hosted by Vianney High School

The second varsity group competed at the Jim Farrell Relays, hosted by Vianney High School. Highlights include an individual victory in the 3200 by senior Reed Milnor and a large PR in both the 100 and 200 by Daniell Salcedo. Full results can be found here.

Vianney JV/C (JV/C)

April 25, 2019 - hosted by Vianney High School

This meet was cancelled due to inclement weather.

Dale Collier Invitational (V)

April 27, 2019 - hosted by Kirkwood High School

SLUH took home 5th from over 30 teams at the Dale Collier Invitational, hosted by Kirkwood High School. Medal winners (top 5) included Matt Kennedy (high jump), Carlo Pitti (pole vault), Nate Bischof (long jump), Christian Wallace-Hughes (triple jump), Lazarus Williams (400), Tilahum Murphy (300 Hurdles), Patrick Hetlage and Lucas Rackers (800), Jay Duda (200), and the 4x400 relay of Perry, Hetlage, Rackers, and Williams. Full results can be found here.

Vianney C Invitational (C)

April 29, 2019 - hosted by Vianney High School

The freshmen team got a chance to compete at Vianney against some tough competition. Medalists in the meet were Sam Kean in pole vault and Joe LaBarge in the 3200. Full results can be found here.

MCC Championships (V/JV)

May 1, 2019 - hosted by De Smet Jesuit

The track and field program won both the varsity and junior varsity MCC titles yesterday. For the varsity, this was the 8th straight and 13th of the last 14 years.

Below is a list of medalist (top 3) from the day. An asterisk indicates an event champion.

Varsity: Nate Bischof, Aidan Byrne, Joe Callahan, Jay Duda, Solomon Elliott, Reid Jackson*, Patrick Hetlage*, Matt Kennedy, Tilahun Murphy*, Baker Pashea*, Charlie Perry*, Carlo Pitti*, Kellen Porter, Lucas Rackers*, Noah Scott*, Sirius Song, Robert Stevens, Christian Wallace-Hughes*, Lazarus Williams*

JV: Grant Brawley*, Eli Dernlan, Peter Dillon*, Colin Floretta*, Logan Florida, Matt Friedrichs, Andrew Harris, Daniel Hogan, Tre Johnson*, Sam Kean*, Ryan Kramer*, Gabe Manalang, Kyle McEnery, Joey Meehan*, Adam Mittendorf*, Britt Nelson, Andrew Renaud*, Hayden Rutledge*, James Saadi*, Daniell Salcedo*, Billy Wagner*

Full meet results from the conference meet can be found here.


May 7, 2018 - hosted by SLUH

What a great end to our JV and Freshmen season! We welcomed DeSmet Jesuit, CBC, and Marquette to our track for a meet that focused on individual events with only one relay, the 4x4. Full results for the meet can be found here.

District Championship (V)

May 11, 2019 - host site Eureka High School

The top 4 from each event at Districts qualifies to the Sectional meet and SLUH qualifies in 8 events. Full results of the meet can be found here.

Sectional Championship (V)

May 18, 2019 - host site Lafayette High School

The track and field team qualified to state in 6 events after qualifying to Sectionals in 8 events. The highlight of the day was the new school record in the triple jump by Christian Wallace-Hughes. His jump of 45-6.5 bettered the old school record of 45-3 from 1977. Full results from the day can be found here.

State Qualifiers

Triple Jump - Christian Wallace-Hughes

4x800 - Hetlage, Rackers, Perry, Williams

1600 - Patrick Hetlage and Lucas Rackers

400 - Charlie Perry

800 - Lazarus Williams

3200 - Lucas Rackers

State Championship (V)

May 25, 2019 - hosted by Battle High School

A school record and an individual state champion! Due to a tornado damaging Jefferson City High School, the Class 5 portion of the state meet was moved to Battle High School in Columbia. The 4x800 relay of Patrick Hetlage, Lucas Rackers, Charlie Perry, and Lazarus Williams finished 2nd in a school record time of 7:45.70. Additionally, Lazarus Williams won the 800 meter run in a Class 5 record of 1:53.29. Other results include Lucas Rackers 5th in the 1600 (All-State), Patrick Hetlage 9th in the 1600, Lucas Rackers 4th in the 3200 (All-State), Charlie Perry 13th in the 400, and Christian Wallace-Hughes 13th in the triple jump. Overall, the team finished 11th overall with 27 points. Full results can be found here.