Summer Training Week #4

We had another great week of training and a great turnout! It’s awesome to see attendance rising as we are in the thick of Summer training. We have a special event for week 4. Footzone has invited all of the Bend XC teams to join them for the Great American Cleanup Run with Saucony Running. The run will be Wednesday at 5:30 pm starting and ending at Footzone. This is a great opportunity to give back to your community, while having a great time doing it! After the run there will be an Ice Cream social. If you plan to attend please be sure to RSVP here http://www.footzonebend.com/event/great-american-cleanup-run/

Also, we will doing our long run on Friday out at Tumalo Falls. Let’s plan on meeting at Mountain View at 8am to make sure everyone has a ride. If you can drive please let me know so we can get a head count of drivers for Friday.

This is the heart of Summer training and you guys are doing great! Let’s keep that motivation and remember what we are working towards! Go Cougar XC!

Monday 7/16- Pine Nursery @8am- Easy aerobic run with Strides  (3-5 miles)

Tuesday 7/17- Mountain View @8am- Light Speed workout followed by strength in the weight room.

Wednesday 7/18- Off or Footzone run @5:30pm (Ice Cream to follow)

Thursday 7/19- Pilot Butte Park @8am- Short hill workout with 20 minute warm-up and cool down.

Friday 7/20- Tumalo Falls-  Long run 5-10 miles depending on your weekly average mileage. Carpool from Mountain View @8am.

Summer Training Week #3

We are heading into week 3 of Summer training already! July is the time for us to really log those consistent miles and build that strength that will carry us to championship season in late October! This is also a time to be focusing on your body. With the increase in mileage and training, we need to be sure we are doing the little things to stay healthy. Stay hydrated throughout the day, eat healthy, and try and foam roll or use the roller stick at practices after runs.

I am loving the enthusiasm and motivation I am seeing at practices! Let’s keep that going, while at the same time training smart. It is really easy when you are motivated to train too hard too early. So let’s be sure we are running easy on easy days! You all are rocking it! Go Cougs!

Monday 7/9- Pine Nursery @8am- Easy aerobic run with strides. (3-5 miles)

Tuesday 7/10- River Bend Park @8am- Light progression run on the river trail.

Wednesday 7/11- Off or Easy run on your own. (3-5 miles)

Thursday 7/12- Pilot Butte @8am- Continuous hilly run 3-6 miles.

Friday 7/13- Shevlin Park @8am- Easy longer run 5-8 miles.

Summer Training Week #2

We had a great first week of Summer training! It is awesome to see a great turnout and how motivated everyone is. Let’s keep that momentum rolling into week #2! This week we will be meeting in a few different locations from last week. The main difference is the Long run on Saturday. The drive out to Peter Skene Ogden Trail is about 35 minutes South of Bend. Please let me know if you can drive and we can set up a carpool group from Mountain View. If we have time we can check out the Paulina Plunge. So be sure and bring a towel! Let’s keep working hard and having fun! Go Cougars!

Monday 7/2- Pine Nursery @8am- 3-6 miles easy with strides.

Tuesday 7/3- Drake Park @8am-  Light workout with 15-20 minute warm up and cool down.

Wednesday 7/4- Off or Shorter easy run on your own. Happy 4th of July!

Thursday 7/5- Mountain View @8am- Easy 20 minute run with short hill workout followed by 15-20 minute cool down.

Friday 7/6-Mountain View @8am-  3-5 miles easy recovery run.

Saturday 7/7- Peter Skene Ogden Trail- Easy long run along Paulina Creek. Carpool from Mountain View at 8 am.

Summer Training Week #1

For our first week of Summer training, we are going to use this week to get our running legs back under us and just focus on getting some consistency. We will be meeting with the Marshfield XC team for a run on Thursday. Bring an old Mountain view xc shirt if you want to do a T-shirt swap. Also, Friday we will have a later Practice at 3pm which will be followed by a team BBQ at 5pm. We will have it at Miller’s Landing along the River. Feel free to bring munchies, a side dish or beverages you may want. We will provide the hot dogs and burgers. Should be a fun first week!

Monday 6/25- Pine Nursery @8am: Easy run, 3-5 miles with strides on the grass.

Tuesday 6/26- Shevlin Park @8am: Easy trail run, 3-6 miles followed by ice bath in Tumalo creek. Bring a towel!

Wednesday 6/27- Off or 3-4 miles easy on your own.

Thursday 6/28- River Bend Park @8am: Steady State run 4-6 miles on the river trail with the Marshfield XC team.

Friday 6/29- Miller’s Landing Park @3pm: Easy run 3-5 miles with strides. Team BBQ @5pm at Miller’s Landing Picnic area.

 

 

2018 Summer Dates for XC

 

Pacific Crest Sports Festival Fundraiser: June 21st-24th- We are signed up for 12 water stations on 6/23, Gear bags 6/23-24, and Transition 2 of the Triathlon from 6/21-24. This is going to be an all hands on deck fundraiser, so please try and keep that weekend clear if possible. Please let me know what days/times you can work so we can get the spots filled.                    
                                                                                             
-Thursday 6/21- 10 people- Transition 2- 10am-4pm
-Friday 6/22-  10 people- Transition 2 -11:30am-8pm
-Saturday 6/23-  135 people- 12 water stations- 6am-5pm
-Sunday 6/24- 15 people- Transition 2- 5am-5pm & 9am-2pm 
 

  • Summer Training Begins: June 25th- The first week will be on the lighter side. I originally was planning on starting the first week of July, but the Marshfield XC team will be in town for a training camp and they want to get together for some runs and possibly a bbq/river float. still waiting on details from them. Once we get past that first week, the voluntary practice schedule will be Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri at 8 am with various locations. We will also get together for team long runs every other Saturday at a fun location. Any parents that want to be involved with Summer practices are more than welcome! 
  • OSAA Moratorium Week July 22-28- No contact between Coaches and Athletes. 
  • Cultus XC Camp- August 13-16- Cultus is on! We pushed it back a little further from last year. This will actually be the first week of official practices, so it will be a fun way to kick off the official XC season.

2017 Season – Final Weekly Email

Hey Cougar XC Athletes & Parents –

Thank you for a great 2017 season.  It has definitely been one to remember!  This will be the last weekly email – good luck to each of you in winter and spring sports and we will see many of you again next year!  Here are a few final announcements:

End of Season Banquet –

The end of season banquet is at Aspen Hall at 5pm this Sunday, November 5th.  This is an opportunity to recognize the involvement and accomplishments of every athlete on the team and we encourage attendance of all athletes and families.  Most athletes dress semi-formal (no need for parents to dress up).  We will be having food catered by Tate & Tate (Santa Fe Chicken or Veggie Enchiladas) and the team will cover the cost of athletes.  Please let us know if you will not be attending so we don’t count you in the total for meals!  Attendance by families is free but food is only provided to those who have pre-paid. We still need some volunteers to help with setup.  Please let us know if you are willing to help!

Team Uniforms –

If you haven’t turned in your uniform yet, please wash it and bring to the banquet in a plastic bag with your name on the outside.  We will submit the uniform fine list to the front office after the banquet so please don’t forget to bring it!

Winter/Spring Sports/Cross Training –

We’ve talked to athletes about this plenty, but we can’t stress enough the importance of off-season training to maintain fitness until next season.  Participating in a winter and spring sport and running a minimum of 2-3 days a week will make a huge difference in minimizing injuries and improving performance next year.  Running 3-4 days a week and participating in Footzone Tuesday Performance Group (TPG) workouts on a semi-regular basis is highly recommended to varsity level athletes hoping to take their performance to the next level.  To get more information about TPG workouts, subscribe to the weekly emails at max@footzonebend.com

Have a great week and we will see you at the Banquet on Sunday!

2017 Season – Week #18

Cougar XC Athletes & Parents –

 

A Big Thank You to Peter Hatton and all the parent volunteers for all your hard work putting together the Central Oregon XC Relays last Wednesday! The race was a success and we enjoyed all of the creative costumes out there!

 

Here are this weeks announcements:

 

IMC District Championships –

The moment we’ve been training for all season is here!  The 2017 IMC District XC Championships are this Saturday at COCC.  All racers need to be there by 12:00pm and varsity girls need to be there and ready to warmup at 12:00.  Athletes that aren’t racing are encouraged to come and cheer!  For more meet info go to the meet page at https://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=130840#/263

IMC XC District Championships Cross Country Meet

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Pre-Districts Pasta Feed-

This week’s team pasta feed will be at Gabe Gonzalez’s home at 62746 Montara Drive starting after practice.  Please bring the following item to share with the team:

Freshmen – Salad

Sophomores – Bread

Juniors – Drinks

Seniors – Veggies or Fruit 🙂

 

End of Season/Uniforms –

 

For most athletes, this week will be the last week of the 2017 cross country season.  As mentioned last week, we will be allowing any athletes to participate in Districts, but athletes that continue must be committed to improving as a runner between now and Districts as well as long-term.  This means athletes that continue will be committed to prioritizing workouts and staying focused in team meetings and during workouts.  Athletes attending Districts must also have a perfect attendance record for the remainder of the season.  For those that are ready for the end of cross country, please bring your full uniform to turn in before practice any day this week.

 

Season Photos –

 

Megan is preparing a slideshow for the end of season banquet.  If you have any good photos from the season you’d like to share email them to cougarxc@outlook.com – or if you have a large quantity post them in an online album and send us a link or send your student with a flash drive and we will get it back to you after downloading them.

 

End of Season Banquet –

 

The end of season banquet is quickly approaching.  If you haven’t already added it to your calendar, it will be at Aspen Hall at 5pm on Sunday November 5th.  This is an opportunity to recognize the involvement and accomplishments of every athlete on the team = translation: Its a long but fun evening!

 

We encourage attendance of all athletes and families.  We will be having food catered by Tate & Tate (Santa Fe Chicken or Veggie Enchiladas) and the team will cover the cost of athletes.  Please let us know if you will not be attending so we don’t count you in the total for meals!  Attendance by families is free but if you want food it will be $15 per person.  Please pay for your meal in advance through Touchbase.  Payments must be made by the end of the day, this Monday, Oct 23rd to order a meal.

 

We still need 1 volunteer to bring cake or other dessert to the banquet as well as volunteers to help with setup and takedown.  Please let us know if you are willing to help in any capacity!

 

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Practice Schedule –

 

Monday – Beavercoaches

 

Tuesday – Speed Workout – 4-3-2 @ Pine Nursery

 

Wednesday – Easy Run to Pilot Butte Park w/Strides

 

Thursday – Track Workout – 2 x (400,300,200)

 

Friday – Easy Run to Mtn View Park w/Strides & Team Meeting – Get pumped for our motivational video!

 

Saturday – IMC District Championships @ COCC

 

2017 Season – Week #17

Cougar XC Athletes & Parents –

Due to cold weather today and tonight we will be postponing race start times at the Juniper XC Invite by an hour.  Boys will race at 10am and girls will race at 11am.  With this change in time we will be loading the bus an hour later as well.  Please meet at the MVHS Bus Loop at 8 am.  There will be no bus returning so athletes will need to ride with parents or ask a coach at the meet to help coordinate a ride home.  I could use a small handful of volunteers to help at the finish line tomorrow as Mountain View will be managing race timing.  If you’re available to help please let me know!

Here are announcements for the week:

End of Season/Uniforms –

For some athletes, this week will be the last week of the 2017 cross country season!  Going into Districts we will be allowing any athletes to continue to participate, but athletes that continue must be committed to improving as a runner between now and Districts as well as long-term.  This means athletes that continue will be committed to prioritizing workouts and staying focused in team meetings and during workouts.  Athletes attending Districts must also have a perfect attendance record for the remainder of the season.  For those that are ready for the end of cross country, Friday will be your last practice.  Please bring your full uniform to turn in after practice on Friday.

Central Oregon XC Relays –

Next Wednesday, Mountain View will be hosting the annual Central Oregon XC Relays at Pine Nursery Park in Bend.  Coach Peter Hatton is the race director and is in need of some volunteers including 2 for setup (1-2:30 PM), 4 at finish area (3:30-5 PM) and 4 for race take-down (5-6 PM).  If you are able to help please email Peter at phatton@live.com or call at 541-280-7631.

Meet at the XC Tree after school and athletes will drive/carpool to Pine Nursery Park.  If you’re a parent able to help drive please meet there as well.  Athletes will need to choose teams of 4 for the race ahead of time (signups will occur at practice this week).  Matching or themed costumes are encouraged!  For more race info go to the meet page at: https://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=130398#/263

Middle School District Meet –

We have several athletes that volunteered to help out at the Middle School District Meet on Thursday.  Large Schools will be from 9:30-11:45 and small schools from 1:15-3:30.  If you volunteered to help please make sure it is ok with your parents and be sure to have them excuse you from school.  Report to Matt Jones (SV Athletic Director) at Pine Nursery for whatever time(s) you’re able to help.

Season Photos –

Megan is preparing a slideshow for the end of season banquet.  If you have any good photos from the season you’d like to share email them to cougarxc@outlook.com – or if you have a large quantity post them in an online album and send us a link or send your student with a flash drive and we will get it back to you after downloading them.

End of Season Banquet –

The end of season banquet is quickly approaching.  If you haven’t already added it to your calendar, it will be at Aspen Hall at 5pm on Sunday November 5th.  This is an opportunity to recognize the involvement and accomplishments of every athlete on the team = translation: Its a long evening!  We encourage attendance of all athletes and families.  We will be having food catered by Tate & Tate and the team will cover the cost of athletes.  Please let us know if you will not be attending so we don’t count you in the total for meals!  Attendance by families is free but if you want food it will be $15 per person.  Please pay for your meal in advance through Touchbase.  Payments must be made by the end of the day on Monday, Oct 23rd to order a meal. https://touchbase.bend.k12.or.us/

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We need 2 volunteers to bring cake to the banquet as well as volunteers to help with setup and takedown.  Please let us know if you are willing to help in any capacity!

Nordic Team Info Night –

We strongly encourage participation in a winter sport after cross country ends, and the MVHS Nordic Team is an excellent option to consider!  The majority of the cross country team continues into Nordic as a group and it offers a very similar feel to cross country with a positive team atmosphere and inclusive environment.  The Nordic team is focused on new skiers and provides a great opportunity to maintain a high level of fitness through the winter while learning a great skill.  Team equipment is available for use at a very affordable cost and scholarships are also available.  This Monday at 6:30 PM in the MVHS cafeteria there will be an informational meeting with the coaching staff to go over specifics and answer questions.  We encourage athletes and parents to go if you’re considering participating this season.

Practice Schedule –

Monday – Whistle Drills @ Al Moody

Tuesday – Pilot Butte Summit Trail/Team Video Clips (Wear your MV Gear!)

Wednesday – Central Oregon XC Relays

Thursday – Mystery Workout

Friday – Pine Nursery Loop

Saturday – Meet at COCC Track at 9am.  Course & 4-3-2-1 Workout

Sunday – Rest Day

2017 Season – Week #16

Hey Cougar XC Athletes & Parents –

Great job to our athletes today at the Oxford Classic.  We had some great performances and our Varsity Girls beat Bend High – Go Cougars!  See full results at: https://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=129443. The end of our season is quickly approaching and we are both excited for Districts and sad to see it all come to an end.  Its extremely important in these last few weeks that athletes make a point of getting extra sleep, eating healthy, washing hands extra (to avoid getting sick!), staying hydrated, and staying on top of homework and grades to avoid any extra stress as we count down to the District Meet.  Here are announcements for the week:

Bigfoot Run –

Don’t Forget the Bigfoot Run is this Sunday, October 8th.  All proceeds from the event go to local cross country programs based on the number of participants volunteering from each school.  We need all athletes that are able to attend this fundraiser!  Please bring parents, friends, and family members to contribute to our overall volunteer count and wear your Mountain View Gear! We will be providing direction and cheering for runners on the course.  Meet at the corner of Colorado and Columbia near Les Schwab Ampitheater at 9 am and we should be done within no more than a couple hours.

La Pine Invite (Wed 10/11) –

I snuck this race onto our calendar a few weeks ago as an opportunity to get a good speed workout in and support La Pine High School since they have very few teams signed up.  This is a 2 mile race on the La Pine HS Campus.  Parents are welcome to attend but it will be a very low-key meet.  Athletes will be excused from class at 12:45 PM and need to be at the bus loop ready to load up at 1:00 PM.  Girls will race at 3pm and boys at 3:30pm.  We should be back to Mountain View at 5:30 PM.  There will be no pasta feed for this race.

Tumalo Falls Trail Run & Team Video (Thursday 10/12) –

For practice on Thursday we will be meeting at the XC Tree and carpooling to Skyliner Sno Park Trailhead and running to Tumalo Falls.  During the run we will be getting video footage for a video we are working on that will be used to market Mountain View Cross Country and encourage increased participation.  Those of you that have worked on team videos in the past should plan on bringing your Go Pro’s, Drones, etc to get as much footage as possible.  We could use some parents to help with carpooling.  Please email me if you’re available to help.  We will meet at the XC Tree immediately after school and should be back to Mountain View at 6:00 PM.

Juniper XC Invite (Saturday 10/14) –

We will be co-hosting the Juniper XC Invite with Ridgeview High School on Saturday at Juniper Golf Course in Redmond.  Meet in the Bus Loop at Mountain View at 7am.  There will be no bus returning to Bend so athletes without parents attending will need to carpool back with coaches and other athletes.  Please make sure to let a coach know at the race if you need a ride and can’t find one.  There will be a single boys race at 9am and a single girls race at 10am.

Pre-Juniper Pasta Feed –

We will be having the Pre-Juniper Pasta Feed at Eliza’s house at 2319 NE Atherton Court.  Please bring the following item to share with the team:

Freshmen – Salad

Sophomores – Bread

Juniors – Desert

Seniors – Drinks

Practice Schedule –

Monday – Run to Pine Nursery for Practice with Sky View XC.  4 x 800 Relay Workout

Tuesday – Shepard Loop & Strength WO

Wednesday – La Pine Invite

Thursday – Tumalo Falls Run & Team Video

Friday – Run to Stover Park for Practice with Pilot Butte XC.  We will send a few athletes and coaches to do course setup for Juniper on Saturday.

Saturday – Juniper XC Invite

Bigfoot Update

Hey Cougar XC Athletes & Parents –

I wanted to provide an update on the Bigfoot Run this Sunday.  As a reminder we need as many athletes, parents, siblings, friends, etc as possible to come and represent Mountain View.  Please remember to wear your MV gear!  My original email said we would be meeting at Les Schwab Ampitheater at 8am but I convinced the race organizers to let us arrive at 9am since we are covering the last stations on the course.  Please meet at the intersection of Colorado and Columbia at 9am (5 min walk from the Les Schwab Ampitheater) on Sunday.  Thank you!

Also, for parents interested in participating in the race use the link below to signup.  Also consider sharing on social media or with anyone you know that might be interested in participating (and tell them to select Mtn. View as the primary recipient of funds from your registration).

http://centraloregonrunningklub.org/cork-events/bigfoot-races/

2017 Season – Week #15

Cougar XC Athletes & Parents –

We are looking forward to racing at Portland Meadows this Saturday and optimistic that we will be seeing some fast times!  Make sure you aren’t on your feet too much this evening at the MV/Summit Football game (Go COUGS!) and in bed at a reasonable time.  We will see you very early tomorrow morning (5:15).

Here are this week’s announcements:

Oxford Classic –

This week we will be racing in Drake Park at the Oxford Classic.  Athletes are excused from class at 12:30 and we will be meeting at the XC Tree to carpool to Drake Park.  We may need a few parents to help with carpooling.  Let me know if you’re available.  Race times are as follows:

Girls Varsity – 2 pm

Boys Varsity – 2:30 pm

Girls JV – 3:00 pm

Boys JV – 3:30 pm

For race information go to the meet page at https://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=129443#/263

All Seasons Flapjack Give-Back –

We need a small group of volunteers to help out at this fundraiser on Saturday, October 7th.  If you can’t attend Bigfoot on Sunday (because of Church or another conflict), this would be a great opportunity to pull your weight 😊.  Volunteers will be making pancakes for customers from 8:30 to about 11 and All Seasons will donate $500 to our team plus any tips received during the event.  This will be at the location on Jamison Street.  If you can volunteer, please let me know!

Green Lakes Trail Run –

We will be taking a small group of athletes to run Green Lakes Trail on Saturday, October 7th.  In order to attend you must be injury free in the last 2 weeks and have competed in a varsity race this season.  This is due to group size restrictions for this trail and the length and intensity of this trail.  It is open to the first 10 athletes meeting this criteria who respond.

Bigfoot Run –

We will be helping out at the Bigfoot Run next Sunday, October 8th with all proceeds of the event going to local cross country programs based on the number of participants volunteering from each school.  We need all athletes that are able to attend this fundraiser!  Please bring parents, friends, and family members to contribute to our overall volunteer count and wear your Mountain View Gear! We will be providing direction and cheering for runners on the course.  Meet at the Les Schwab Ampitheater at 8 am and we should be done within no more than a few hours.

Pasta Feed –

Our pre-Oxford pasta feed will be at the Goff House which is at 20745 Kilbourne Loop.  We will carpool there after practice.  Please bring the following items to share with the team:

Freshmen – Drinks

Sophomores – Desert

Juniors – Bread

Seniors – Salad

Team Gear –

We’ve got a few extra team sweatshirts from our order this season as well as some men’s and women’s brook half-zip pullovers (these are super nice and would be over $100 retail) that we are looking to liquidate so we can use those funds to help with an order for new team jackets for the 2018 season.  These are $30 for athletes or parents interested in buying one.  Please email me if you’d like to confirm a size.  Payment can be made on Touchbase and you can send me an invoice with the receipt and I will bring the item to practice.

Practice Schedule – Meet in Bohnlein’s Classroom at 3 pm all week.

Monday – Mile Repeats at Pine Nursery (Only 3 – but fast!)

Tuesday – PB Perimeter Trail w/Summit Option & Mini Strength

Wednesday – 1600, 1200, 800, 400 @ MV Track & Mini Strength

Thursday – Easy Run to MV Park & Strides

Friday – Oxford Classic

Saturday – ASRVM FlapJack Giveback & Green Lakes Trail Run

Sunday – Rest Day/Bigfoot Team Fundraiser

2017 Season – Week #14

Hello from Seaside!  We are having a good time on the coast and looking forward to a great night sleep in the barracks and running through the mud in the morning!  Here are this week’s announcements:

Nike XC Portland –

This week we will be racing at Nike Portland XC at Portland Meadows this weekend.  Meet at the MV bus loop on Saturday morning at 5:15 to catch the bus.  We will be returning around 7:30 PM.  Please email me if you WILL NOT be attending.  This is important for planning the necessary number of buses.  We will have athletes racing in the DII varsity, Novice, and JV Races.  Meet info is available at https://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=126335#/263.

Pasta Feed –

Our team pasta feed this week will be at Tyler Backstrom’s House at 63151 Terry Drive after practice.  Please bring the following items to share with the team:

Freshmen – Salad

Sophomores – Bread

Juniors – Desert

Seniors – Drinks

Practice Schedule –

Monday – Relays at Juniper Park (6 laps total)

Tuesday – Inn of 7th Mountain – 30 Min Out & Back.  Bring your swimsuit for after our run.  We could use also some parents to help with driving.  Please let me know if you’re available.  We will return to Mountain View by 6pm.

Wednesday – (6-10) 400 Repeats at Pine Nursery

Thursday – Run to Pine Nursery ASAP after school.  No team meeting prior to leaving.  We will meet at Pine Nursery to help with the Sky View XC Meet.

Friday – Shepard Loop & Meet at Stover Park

Saturday – Nike XC Portland

Sunday – Rest Day