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Nebraska Track District Assignments

The Nebraska Track District assignments have just been released. They can be viewed at http://www.nsaahome.org/textfile/track/assign.htm. We are in District C-9, which will be held on May 12th. It hasn’t been decided yet which school will host the District meet. We will keeping a close watch on Blue Hill, Doniphan-Trumbull, Franklin, Gibbon, Kearney Catholic, Shelton, Wilcox-Hildreth, and Wood River as the…

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We’re Class C !!

The St. Cecilia Track team has been set as a Class C team for 2005. Last year, STC competed in Class B, making us the smallest B team in the state. This year we will be one of the largest Class C teams in the State. We’re loaded with talent, so I’m excited to see what we’ll do as the…

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Mt. Michael Conference Meet

The Conference Cross Country meet for St. Cecilia was held October 8th, on Friday. The results are now posted on the Mt. Michael website, Girls Results and Boys Results. Team results, movies, Junior Varsity and other info is on this page… Tweet This Post

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Hastings College Cross Country Meet

The Hastings College Cross Country team held a meet at Brickyard. Both the Men and Women ran a 5k course, making for some really fast times. A writeup with results… Tweet This Post

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UNK Invitational

The UNK Cross Country meet was a great time, up until the torrential downpour. The results are now posted on the UNK website, Girls Results and Boys Results. Team results and other info is on this page… Tweet This Post

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Thayer Central Invitational

STC Cross Country competed in the Thayer Central Invitational on Thursday, September 23rd. The Boys team finished 2nd and the Girls finished 3rd. More details… Tweet This Post

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Distance Monitors for Runners

Have you ever wanted to know how far you’ve ran? Well, the following devices can help you. They will also tell you how fast you’re running and more. Tweet This Post

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Omaha Corporate Cup Run

I ran the Omaha Corporate Cup run. It was great weather, it was a 10k (6.2 mile) race. I started in the unseeded section of the race, next year I’ll get my seeded pass for the race. I ran a 39:34, I was hoping for atleast 2 minutes faster, but this is a good mark to start with. Tweet This…

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STC Places 3rd at Fillmore Central

Both St. Cecilia’s Boys Cross Country team placed third at the Fillmore Central Invite. This is a very large meet that brings some of the top teams in the state. Derek Sekora led the team with a 6th place finish. Zach Dubas (14th), Brian Neilson (17th) and Brandon Boesh (20th) were very close behind. You will notice that there is…

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STC has a Successful Start

STC XC has started the season with a bang. The Boys team won the Superior Invite and the Hastings Triangular meet. We’ve seen some impressive times, the gap between our top runners time is very small. It is going to be really tough breaking up our group and score less than the STC boys. The Girls team placed 2nd in…

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Preseason Cross Country Rankings

Brian Nielsen brought the Preseason Cross Country rankings to my attention, http://www.angelfire.com/ne/huskertrackmag/updates.html. It’s mostly guesswork, so you can’t put a lot of stock in the first few weeks. But you will notice that they are unaware of STC this year. I personally know that our team is one of the strongest Class C teams in the state, it is going…

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2004 Cross Country Season

The 2004 Cross Country season has begun for St. Cecilia. We are looking forward to one of the best years yet. This is the largest team at St. Cecilia, yet, with 42 athletes. Our athletes have logged a good amount of miles over the summer, some of them even approaching 450 miles in the last 3 months. Schedule of Events…

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St Cecilia District Track Results

St. Cecilia boys and girls did a great job at Holdredge, Ne for the Class B-5 districts. There may be a few additional athletes that will qualify (boys / girls), but so far we’ve had an impressive number of qualifications against an extremely good district and larger class. St. Cecilia is usually a Class C school, and in Class C…

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