Saint Joseph Boys Varsity Track

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Student-Athlete Leadership Conference

Saint Joseph High School had 12 student-athletes attend the annual IHSAA Leadership Conference in Indianapolis in June.  The students participating included Dominic Appleton, Thomas Pries, Ike Herendeen, Michael Anthony, Saul Garcia, Riley Fraleigh, Addison Quinn, Grace Quinn, Eden Dolezal, Hannah Goerke, Lydia Schaeffer, and Maddie Yergler.

Girls and boys track and field banquet

The track and field banquet will be at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 20, 2017, in the Leep Family Dining Hall. No cost for athletes and $10 per family member to attend the dinner. RSVP’s and money should be turned in to the Athletic Department office no later than Tuesday, June 13, 2017.

Thirteen track & field student-athletes named Academic All-State

Saint Joseph High School is proud to announce thirteen track & field student-athletes were named Academic All-State. All are juniors or seniors who had a 3.5 GPA, a 1200 score on the SAT, and were varsity sectional team members. Congratulations to the following students: Girls All-State First Team Caitlin Casey, junior Rose Kelly, junior Lauren

Boys’ track and field see season bests at Kokomo Regional

The boys’ track and field team concluded their 2017 season Thursday night at the Kokomo Regional. Season bests were recorded in 4 of the 6 events. The team placed 16th overall out of 48 schools represented. Individuals scoring as a result of placing in the top eight include: 7. 3200 M Relay- Andy Powers, Joe

Boys track & field team qualified ten for Regionals

The Saint Joseph High School boys track & field team qualified 10 individuals for next week’s Regional! By placing in the top three the following events automatically qualified for the IHSAA Regional: 3200 M Relay: Andy Powers, Joe Deahl, Bill Powers, and Brendan Bradley Pole Vault: Ethan Marlatt Discus: Jordan Konstanty 400 M Relay: Chris

True sportsmanship shown by senior Courtney Rowell

So proud of senior track and field runner Courtney Rowell. An injury in prelims didn’t keep him from “running” the 200 M Dash final at the State Sectional. He gets a well-deserved sendoff after this devastating injury.   Courtney finishes his career with a school record of 22.20 in the 200 and 42.34 in the