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Just a quick reminder and some logistics for our end of year banquet.   Our banquet will be on Monday, March 12 at 7 p.m.  Patrick Beard, owner of Cousin's Pat's, is giving...

By Dustin Morrow   On 3/6/2018

Just wanted to take a moment to fill you in on tomorrow's games.  We are expecting some weather to come in tonight and tomorrow morning, and we've been trying to figure out if we are goin...

By Dustin Morrow   On 2/9/2018

Our last regular season home game will be February 8 against University High School.  We will have Senior Night that evening at 7pm.  Please make plans to attend. Tia Ginter has already made several arrangements.   Feel free to contact her if you would like to help with planning. That weekend we will also join with nearly 4000 coaches across the country in Coaches Powering Forward, an effort to increase autism awareness and acceptance.  Coaches Powering Forward started in 2014 when NCAA basketball coaches Pat Skerry and Tom Herrion made a simple request - wear the Autism Speaks pin during your February game.  Learn more about their story here. ...

By Dustin Morrow   On 2/1/2018

We are one month into 2018 and the winter training group is going strong. Those that have been attending regularly are going to see those gains come track season; keep up the good work. Speaking of track, we are approx. 1-month out from the first official track of Track & Field practice (Monday, February 26). For those that have not been out for winter training yet, all coaches hope that you make every effort to make it out as it does pay huge dividends in-season. Check out EPXC Calendar ...

We hope that everyone had a great holiday break and are spending the first part of 2018 being healthy and active. With that said, on Saturday, January 27 at 10AM is the Annual Frost Giant 5K (more info can be found HERE ...

Please join us for the 4th Annual Egg Nog Mile! The race this year will be on T uesday, December 26, 2017 on the EPHS track at 9am . This event is open to all current and former EPXC runners and their families. PLEASE help spread the word! For those that don't know, the Egg Nog Mile is a 4 lap run/jog/walk on the track in which the contestants drink a cup of egg nog before each lap. This event is the ultimate test a runner's fitness, stomach strength, and holiday spirit. More history on this special EPXC event can be found HERE ...

We hope that everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving break spending it with your loved ones. It was also a good time to rest & relax before the official day of EPXC’s Winter Training which starts tomorrow Monday, November 27th and goes up to the official first day of practice for track & field which is Monday, February 26th . Note that we’ll be meeting inside the HS Commons at 3:40PM. As with our last email, we understand and support those who will be participating in a winter sport. However , if you are not going to be doing another activity, we highly encourage you to come out for EPXC’s Winter Training. These are very low key runs (AND aqua jogging) with just getting out and maintaining fitness leading up to track & field. And, although it has been unusually warm the past several weeks, please bring appropriate clothing for the conditions outside. You can find EPXC’s Winter Training schedule on the team's calendar page: HERE ...

Our Estes Park Bobcats travel to Highlands Ranch on Monday, November 27, for a pair of scrimmages against SkyView Academy and Longmont Christian.  All eligible players and managers will travel.&n...

By Dustin Morrow   On 11/24/2017

We hope that everyone has been enjoying this 'down time' over the past 2 weeks. Last week, we conducted our end-of-year meetings with all runners. This year was a bit different in that we met with each classification as they will be together throughout their cross country years. It seems that all runners were satisfied with their season and the coaches will be working on the suggestions/feedback that were given. *Parents*, if you have any suggestions or feedback for the coaches, we ask that you please send us an email. The success of this team is a never-ending process, however, we hope to keep adjusting things to make the preceding season better than the year(s) before. We appreciate the feedback. Official Winter Training (11/27): Please note that the official date for winter training will be Monday, November 27th and go up to the official practice date of track & field which is Monday, February 26th . We understand and support those who will be participating in a winter sport. If you are not going to be doing another activity, we highly encourage you to come out for Winter Training. These are low key runs (AND aqua jogging) with just getting out and maintaining fitness leading up to track & field. Also, we must add, as it is called "Winter Training", please bring appropriate clothing for the conditions outside. You can find our winter training schedule on the team's website: HERE ...

CHSAA State Meet Recap: The CHSAA State Meet was this past Saturday and with that, we have officially reached the end of the 2017 Estes Park Cross Country season. EPXC had athletes competing in two races, Nathan as an individual qualifier in the boys 3A race and the EPXC girls team in the 3A girls race. Nathan was our first athlete to compete on Saturday, in which he finished in 17:21 (a -1:49 improvement on this course) and placed 31st overall (out of 912 3A runners in CO). This was a great race for Nathan, particularly when you consider that it's his 1st cross country season. The Estes Park XC girls ran in the final race of the day and placed 17th (out of 71 XC teams in 3A). The team also finished ahead of Brush and Berthoud, both which are teams that finished ahead of us at the regional race. The girls were led by Charly who ran another big PR of 21:26 (-26s), placed 82nd overall, and she was among the top 25 freshmen in 3A. Close behind Charly was Annalise who ran 21:37, finished in 91st, and ran a -1:14 course improvement. Zoe was our third, finishing in 115th with a time of 22:30 which was a -3:17 course improvement for her. Mae came in next with a time of 22:32 which is a -1:42 course improvement and she placed 117th. Eva was our final scoring runner, she ran 23:50 which was a -20s PR and she placed 137th overall. Andra and Melia ran the whole race in close contact and finished 146th and 147th. This was Andra's final EPXC race and we are glad that she was able to be a part of the state team this year. It was a great weekend for the EPXC team and a great way to end the 2017 season. Lastly, a special ‘Thank You’ to all of the parents who helped make this another great state meet experience. We’d especially like to thank Mary Zurfluh for decorating lockers, hallways and state bus, putting together goodie bags, and donating a new team snack box. We’d also like to thank the Igels for buying the team's state meet dinner, Erin Tice for making signs, and the Harroffs for their support. We also really appreciated all of the teammates, parents, alumni, and fans who made the trip down to watch the race and support the EPXC team.  EPXC Team Banquet (Wednesday, 11/1): The Estes Park Cross Country Team's End-Of-The-Year Banquet will be this Wednesday, Nov. 1st from 5pm-7pm. The banquet is a time for us to reflect on the season and recognize our athletes for their accomplishments. This year's banquet will be hosted at the Bristlecone Inn ...

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