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If you show up to practice everyday, work hard, and listen to your coaches, there is a spot for you on the team

DAL Meet #2 vs. Las Lomas

Wednesday, Mar. 16 
Las Lomas HS track

Dons will visit Las Lomas for our second league meet of the season. Athletes will be traveling by bus to the meet. There will be no returning bus so please arrangement travel home. Coaches will begin entering students in events this week. Please let us know ASAP if your student cannot attend. 
As always, we are in need of parents to help officiate events. It's easy! It's fun! No experience necessary

Marsh Creek Invitational

Saturday, Mar. 12, beginning 9am

Freedom High School, Oakley (directions)

This meet will be for invited athletes only.

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Practices are 3:30-5pm Monday through Friday

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2008 Boys League Champions
2010 Girls League Champions
2013 Boys and Girls League Champions

2016 Girls League Champions

2016 Girls NCS Scholastic 

2017 Girls League Champions

2017 Girls DAL Scholastic

2018 Girls League Meet Champions

2019 Boys League Champions

This Week's Awards 

The Hammer Award is presented after each meet to the athlete who had a truly breakout competition.

The Hammer Award for the Clayton Valley Ugly Eagles Relay meet on March 5th goes to senior Elle Casselman. Concluding the end of a very long day, Elle took the baton in the third leg of our top DMR (1200, 400, 800, 1600m)  team behind three other runners and proceeded to take the lead over the course of her two-lap run. Elle logged a PR time of 2:24 and set up the anchor leg for an eight-second win in a time qualifying Acalanes DMR for the Arcadia meet. Elle's race was truly an inspiration to all who were there to witness it. 

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Chloe Boyle and Elle Casselman

The Hoplite Award is presented to the athlete who was of the most notable service to the team outside of competition. This prestigious award recognizes a teammate's contributions of inspiration, (sometimes perspiration), readiness, and support. It is a direct reflection of the spirit of the Greek soldiers who invented the Olympics and famously said they were "only as strong as those on either side of them."

This week's Hoplite Award goes to sophomore Chloe Boyle. When troublesome
shin-splints threatened to put the sprinter on the sidelines, Chloe proactively joined our throws squad and has worked hard to learn the discus and shot-put. Her efforts have quickly paid off with Chloe contributing much needed marks on the girls' side of the throws. Chloe's PR's are quickly rising currently standing at 52'11' in the disc and 19'2" in the shot.