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Thursday Meet Info

CLASH IN THE CASCADES

MARCH 18, 2021

BIG MEADOW GOLF CLUB

BLACK BUTTE RANCH, SISTERS OR

 

Start Time: (Men will be run first)

               Men: 1:00 PM
Women: 1:45 PM

 

Location: Big Meadow Golf Club, 13020 Hawks Beard, Sisters, OR 97759

 

Bus Parking: Please pull through to golf course passing the club house, pulling past course and proceed left to the far east side of parking lot

 

Course Map:  MAP

 

Surface: The course is 95% grass, ideal for usage of spikes

 

Start/ Finish Area: The course will begin on the driving range tee area

 

Team Area:  Please set up team tents and encampments in the driving range near the finish line.  Coaches please keep your spectators out of the team area

 

COVID:  We are required to follow guidelines from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon School Activity Association (OSAA).  Please follow current mask and social distance guidelines

 

Spectators:  Please limit spectators and enforce COVID guidelines regarding attending events.  150 spectators are allowed to attend outdoor events.  This will be impossible to enforce, so we are asking for only immediate family members to attend as spectators.  Please keep spectator out of the driving range area and team encampment.

Meet info 3/12 @ Pine Nursery

Hey everyone,

Below is the schedule for the meet tomorrow at Pine Nursery. Spectators are allowed tomorrow since we are racing in a public park. Just be sure to stay clear of the start finish areas and try and spread out on the course to cheer on the runners! Should be a fun day! Attached is the course map for everyone to check-out. See you all tomorrow!

4000m + 1000m Pine Nursery XC Course

Event Schedule:

12:00-2:00pm — Volunteers/coaches set-up course and stadium area

1:00pm — Team bibs and timing chips available for coaches to pick-up at Finish timing tent

2:00pm — Race Block “A” start (girls)

2:30pm — Projected final finish of Block “A” race, Block “B” team pairs enter Stadium Area.

2:45pm — Race Block “B” start (boys)

3:15pm — Projected final finish of Block “B” race

 

Go Cougs!

Rust Buster Meet Info

Hey Cougs,

Please read the info below for the Rust Buster meet this Saturday at Pacific Crest Middle School. You should know by now which category you will be racing in. Look below for your race time and plan accordingly with your race partner. You will need a race bib and chip for timing, so come find me before your event and I’ll give them to you. I will be in the staging area on the football field. I’m super excited to get our first competition underway!

Rust Buster Map 2.0 (2)

 

Event Basics:

-> 2-person alternating 2-leg relay … Runner 1 runs 3250m loop, “tags”, Runner 2 runs 3250m loop, “tags”, Runner 1 runs 1750m loop, “tags”, Runner 2 runs 1750m loop and finishes.

-> “Tag” will be the moment when teammate on course crosses the leg finish line timing mat. Tagged runner goes at that moment across start timing mat. No hand-to-body tag necessary.

-> Three categories: male-male; female-female; mixed. Assuming numbers of teams in each category are roughly balanced, each category will be run as a separate race of up to 30 teams.

-> To match OHA and Bend-LaPine safety guidance, all school teams will need to adhere to a location and time schedule with athlete arrival, warm-up, warm-down, and departure.

-> The course is a mix of grass, dirt/gravel, and short pavement sections. 2-way road crossing of NW Crosby will be a “normal crosswalk crossing” requiring runners to yield to cars that do not voluntarily stop. Volunteers on both sides of road will slow/stop runners as necessary

Safety Areas Plan:

Within the fence of the PCMS track & ballfields complex is considered the “Stadium Area”. Only coaches and runners within the scheduled Race Block shall be within the complex fence per the schedule below.

The surrounding school parking lots, area multi-user paths, Pacific Crest Ballfields (if not occupied by other sport teams), and Discovery Park grass fields are all considered public areas where teams can have runners can warm-up, warm-down, and have a centralized “team spot”.

As soon as team pairs complete their race, both runners must gather personal items in the Stadium Area and depart ASAP. Warm-down must take place outside the Stadium Area.

Event Schedule:

9:30am — Block “A” team pairs enter Stadium Area for warm-up.

10am — Race Block “A” start (Boys Relay)

11am — Projected final finish of Block “A” race, Block “B” team pairs enter Stadium Area.

11:30am — Race Block “B” start (Girls Relay)

12:15pm — Projected final finish of Block “B” race, Block “C” team pairs enter Stadium Area.

12:30pm — Race Block “C” start (Mixed Relay and “overflow” teams if necessary)

1:30pm — Projected final finish of Block “C” race

MVXC Season 2!

Hello MVXC crew!

I hope you have all had a good winter so far and have been able to get out and enjoy the snow a bit.

I wanted to update you all on our XC season and what it looks like as of right now. Our official season will start on February 22nd and will go through early April. We will plan on having practices every day starting at 4pm and end 5:15-30pm. It will be a bit of a challenge with the early sunsets, but we will just have to be efficient in that time frame. If we can make it work, It is possible Wednesday practices could start earlier with that being an early release day.

Meets- Currently, all of the Central Oregon coaches are working together to come up with a meet schedule that works for everyone and follows the guidelines put in place. The competitions will have a number cap for each race, so we are limited on how big the races can be right now. With Covid numbers starting to decline, hopefully we will see our meet options get better and have the opportunity to have bigger competitions. I will post a meet schedule once we finalize it with the other coaches. 

What can you do right now? I know a lot of you have bee doing Nordic and are still in season, which is great! If you are not doing Nordic and have not been running. Now is the time to start getting the legs moving again and get some easy aerobic miles in. That way when you show up for practice in late February, you wont spend the first few weeks feeling sore and out of shape. So start running easy mileage now just on feel, but be careful with the snow an ice! Try and find places that clear paths to run on. Maybe think about getting some traction for your shoes like Yaktraks or screws for your shoes (which you can get installed at FootZone). We don’t want to get injured before the season starts, so be smart and safe!

I can’t tell you how excited I am to get the crew back together and get some races in! It is going to be a very interesting season with it being in late winter, but we have to be thankful for having this opportunity at all. You have all put in some great training from July through the fall, and those miles don’t just disappear. Let’s be ready to take advantage of this condensed XC season and see what we can accomplish! I will be in touch with more season details as they are solidified. Talk to you soon!

 

GO COUGS!

Change of plans

Hello everyone, 
Looks like this week is going to be cut short due to the statewide mandates put in place. All school sports will have a freeze starting Wednesday 11/18. 
So, that means our time trial scheduled for Friday will be moved to Tuesday (tomorrow) 11/17 at 3:30pm at Phil’s trailhead. It will also be our last practice for the pre-season. I’m sorry we have to end it prematurely, but it is what is. If you can make it tomorrow, awesome! If you can’t, I totally understand. Thanks for being flexible during these crazy times. See you tomorrow!
Go Cougs!

 

Last week of XC pre-season 11/16-11/22

This will be our last week of pre-season practices before we break for winter. As of now we haven’t heard anything on how the new statewide mandates will affect us this week, so we will just continue practices as planned until told otherwise. 

Monday and Wednesday, we will plan on meeting at Mountain View @3:30pm. Friday we will be having a voluntary 5k trail time trial. Since this is an off campus get together, no one is required to attend. If you can make it, awesome! This is simply a fun opportunity to race a 5k on some dirt and end this preseason on a strong note! We will plan on meeting at 3:30pm at the Phil’s trailhead parking area and go from there. Please remember to bring a mask just like you would at practice. We plan to do the time trial in the same time frame a normal practice would last, so please plan accordingly. I know this location isn’t the most convenient option. But with parks being off limits for the team, we had to be creative for a location that would be fun to race a 5k. 

Let’s have a great last week of pre-season training and keep that great work ethic rolling! 

Go Cougs!

Practice 11/13

 

Hey XC crew,
I’m going to go ahead and cancel practice for this afternoon. It’s going to stay nasty all day and we really don’t have a place to meet and stay out of the rain. Since it is a recovery day, no sense in getting you all soaked and cold. If you can get an easy run in on your own that’d be great. Have a good weekend and see you next week!

XC Week 11/2-11/8

Hope you all had a fun and safe weekend! This week we will be shifting our practice start time to 3:30 pm with the evenings getting darker earlier. Practices will still be the same length, ending around 4:45-5pm. Plan to meet at Mountain View Monday, Wednesday and Friday @ 3:30pm.

Please be sure to bring warm clothes to practices. Temps will be dropping in the evenings and you will want to have extra layers for when you aren’t running. Come to practices prepared and willing to work hard. Workouts might not be as intense as they usually would be this time of year, but that  doesn’t mean they are any less important! See you all Monday!

 

Go Cougs!

Season 1 Fall XC

Hello Mountain View XC Fam,
I hope you all are doing well and that the start of classes has been a smooth transition for everyone. I wanted to update you all on what the plan is for the Fall “season 1” and what XC will look like for the Fall. The district came up with a priority system for each sport that gives every sport a time slot in which they can hold official team practices. Since Spring sports were cut short, those sports were given first priority. So, there is a fall track season which will be September 28th-October 23rd. I will be coaching the distance crew during that time and once that wraps up, we move into the Fall sports time slot (October 28th-November 20th).
So we will get together for some training after the fall track season wraps up. I highly recommend signing up for fall track if you have nothing else going on. This is a great opportunity to work on our track speed during the fall! Thank you for your patience with this ever-changing season. Biggest thing to remember is that our actual XC season is still on for March. That’s when we get to lace up the spikes and compete! Let’s keep our eyes set on that and stay ready and motivated. I’ll have more details on XC practices as we get closer. Thanks and be safe everyone! 
Go Cougs!

XC 8/24-8/30

Hey Everyone,

Hope you have all had a great weekend! This week will be the last week we will get together as a team, at least for a little while. We will wait to get some clarity on what this fall will look like and what the school district will allow. In the meantime, the athletic department wants all athletes to turn in physicals now to speed up the clearing process. This way, if we can get back together and practice this fall you will be cleared and eligible. The school will be limiting the amount of people in the school, so please try and do registration electronically if possible. Once physicals are turned in it should be quick to register on Family ID once it is opened. 

Once we get word from the school district, I will update everyone on when we may get back together as a team and what makes the most sense from a safety and training perspective. Moving forward, it is important to remember that our season has not been cancelled but simply pushed back. My goal is to make sure we are peaking for the season and not feeling burned out before it even starts. So this break actually comes at a good time from a training perspective since we have been logging miles as a team since early July. I’m looking at the delayed season as XC just being extended 😉

So let’s be patient and smart with training. I encourage you all to still try and get together with your pod and run low easy mileage. You are all still a team even when we can’t all get together. Let’s have some fun practices this week! Check below for this week’s practice info.

Tuesday 8/25- Mountain View @8am

Thursday 8/27- Mountain View @8am

Go Cougs!

Summer XC Week 3

Here is the practice/training schedule for week 3. I’m sending this a little early because I am going to be out of cell range for the next few days. Coach Bohnlein will be at Mountain View on Tuesday to get the crew rolling. I will be back Thursday’s practice.

It was fun to see everyone running fast and looking strong during our mini-speed session on Tuesday. I can already tell this group is ready to work hard and start putting in big workouts! We still have to stay patient and not do too much too soon, but keep that motivation high and keep bringing your best to every practice! See you next week.

Monday 7/20– 30-45 minutes easy. 4-6 strides

Tuesday7/21– Mountain View @8am. 30-40 minute progression run. Core work.

Wednesday 7/22– Rest day or 30 minutes recovery run.

Thursday 7/23– Big Sky Park @ 8am. Light Whistle Drills.

Friday 7/24–  Recovery day. Cross train or easy run by feel.

Saturday/Sunday– Rest one day. Longer run on the other, 40-60 minutes.

 

Go Cougs!