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Eminence Warriors Cross Country

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By Greg Woods

Varsity Roster

Sophomores

Hunter Gibson

Kaleb Shuff

Freshmen

Vince Dentinger

Grace Ross

Coach

Jason Reed

2019 Warriors Cross Country Schedule

Aug. 24 @ Trimble County Backwoods Inv. 9 a.m.

Aug. 31 @ Shelby County Inv. 9 a.m.

Sept. 4 Fleet Feet Inv. @ Louisville TBA

Sept. 7 Rumble through the Jungle @ North Oldham 9 a.m.

Sept. 21 Capitol View Classic @ Frankfort 9 a.m.

Oct. 5 Titan Classic @ Collins 9 a.m.

Coach’s Q and A - Jason Reed

Who are some of your top returning players and why?

Our returning varsity runner is Hunter Gibson. Hunter has quickly taken a leadership role over the entire Eminence Cross Country program. His dedication to running and positive encouragement of all members on the team makes him the leader any team would be looking for.

Middle school returning runner Addison Roederer has developed into a natural leader for the middle school boys and girls. She takes ownership of her running and sets the example for the others.

The elementary team is being led by returning runners Matti Tillet and Joey Reed. Both show an outstanding work ethic and enjoyment for running, setting a positive example for the rest of the team.

Who are some new faces on your team that have a chance to make an impact?

We have several new faces to our elementary team and look forward to their first season with us. For our varsity team, we have new impact runners that include Vince Dentinger, Grace Ross and Kaleb Shuff.

What are some areas of strength this season?

We are excited about all of our upcoming races this season to see positive individual development in every runner.

In what areas do you hope to see improvement?

We are excited about the personal development of each runner. All runners are working hard to meet their goals and develop and improve as a runner.

What are your team goals and why?

Eminence cross country program is striving to create an accepting, supportive and positive environment that engenders growth in each individual. The focus of our daily behavior is to promote success and achievement for every athlete while providing them with the opportunity, skills, knowledge and understanding necessary to become successful and productive runners/citizens.

What would you like to say to your fans?

Warrior Cross Country – it’s not how fast you run, but how long you run fast. No time outs, no halftimes, no substitutions.