2012 brochure cross country - Copy - Siegel High School


2012 brochure cross country - Copy - Siegel High School


Important Dates

June 4

June 24-July 7

July 15-20

July 23

August 10

August 28

Sept. 15

Oct 5—6

October 13

October 25

November 3

Conditioning Begins

TSSAA Dead Period

Team Camp

Practice begins

First Full Day of School

Important Races

Voyles Classic (Mid-State)

Tennessee Classic

Jesse Owens Invitational

Oakville, Alabama

Mid-State Championship

Region 4 Championship

State Championship

Past accomplishments

by the girls’ and boys’

teams include:

• Girls’ Varsity

Past State Finishes: 6th, 7th, 5th, 11th

• Boys’ Varsity

Past State Finishes: 11th 20th, 9th, 14th

• Girls’ State appearances


• Boys’ State appearances

2003-2005, 2008-2011

• Girls’ Region champions


• Boys’ Region champions

2004-2005, 2008

Left: Nicole Gardner,

2011 Tennessean

Mid-State Runner of

the Year.

2011 AAA State

Boys — 11th overall

2011 AAA State

Girls – 6th overall

Above: Maurice

Call, Mason

Timken, & Wesley

Wilson show their

team spirit



sprints to the

finish line.

How do I find out more

Contact Coach Phil Young



Siegel High School—Room 715

Siegel High School

Cross Country


“You Hold the


- Brett Whitworth

2008 – 2011 Senior

“Cross Country is a sport like no other.

You learn to push yourself harder and farther

then you thought you ever could. I

would be amazed to see someone go out

for XC and at the end of the season say, “I

didn’t have fun throughout the season.”

2012 Outlook

With the nine of the top ten returning for both

the girls and boys teams, the 2012 season

should be “A Race to the Top.”

The girls will be led by Tayllor Cochrane, Trisha

Frazer, Nicole Gardner, Shelby Hardison, and

Kristen Wasik. The girls will be shooting for

their 4th straight region championship and a

spot on the podium at state.

The boys team will be led by Tyler Boone,

Miles Ownsby, Spencer Pennington, Drake

Uselton and Mason Timken.

Why do so many students choose

to be a part of our team each


• Enjoy camaraderie between


• Gain satisfaction & self-esteem

• Develop a life long skill

• Get in great physical shape

• Overnight trips to races

• Pasta parties

• Team camp

- Brooke Barnes

2008—2011 Senior

"When I started XC, I had no idea what I

was getting myself into, but it turned out

to be one of my best high school experiences.

I would never trade the memories

I have gained for anything."

Seniors, Trisha

Frazer & Kristen

Wasik work

together to

leave the others


- Laura Bean

2008—2011 Senior

“Cross Country was an unforgettable

experience. Without a doubt, you will

discover how to push yourself beyond

what you know you are already capable of

and into who you want to become.”

- Drew Vaughan

2008 – 2011 Senior

“People always say that there’s something

to look back on from high school,

and for me its cross country. I learned

an important life lesson; knowing the

difference between “discomfort” and

“pain” can help me pace myself for

success. If life was a book, XC would

be the chapter I’d definitely re-read!”

Senior, Tyler

Boone shows

the perfect

running form

that led him

to a 4th place

finish at the

2011 Region

4AAA meet.

- Seth Naish

2008 – 2011 Senior

“The running and challenging practices are

nothing compared to the friends you will

meet and experiences you will have.”

- Laura Sullivan

2010—2011 Senior

“Cross Country is one of the best things

you’ll ever do for yourself.” It’s a family of

friends that continually encourage you to

always do your best and to never give up

because they never give up on you!

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