If you have any questions regarding the 2015 youth program, please contact Joe Ferris. (email (firstname.lastname@example.org), call, or text (978-390-4717))
Please note that this is a program to develop runners to compete in meets while representing GLRR.
We are currently preparing our team to compete in the USATF Junior Olympic Regionals in July
After the Junior Olympics we will break for a portion of the Summer and resume our program at the end of August as we will be competing in cross country meets prior to our entry into the USATF Junior Olympics in November.
Captains have been named for the GLRR’s 2015 youth cross country team.
Caitlin Tully, assistant captain of last year’s team, and one of this year’s track & field captains, will be one of the captains this fall.
Eliot Lyle, a captain of this year’s track & field team, will join Caitlin as one of the cross country captains.
Joining Caitlin and Eliot as captains will be Jennifer Coleman, a veteran team member, and Hunter Williams, another veteran, who missed the track & field season due to injury.
Please join me in congratulating these four young athletes as they lead our team to what we fully expect will be our sixth straight appearance in Junior Olympic Nationals, to be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The official results have been posted and GLRR’s youth track and field team will be sending eleven young athletes to the Regionals.Those who have advanced are : Ellen McMahon in the 100 and 200, Torrence Borletto in the 100 and 200, Adam Mullen in the 1500 and 300, Olivia Hall in the 100 and long jump, Hannah Lyle in the 100, Makayla Paige in the 800, Samia Welch in the high jump, Cameron Kirn in the 80 meter hurdles, Cameron Tortolini in the 1500, Ieuan Smith in the 800, and Charles Mercuri in the long jump.
Torrence Borletto competed in both the 100 and 200 meters in Chicago at the USATF National Junior Outdoor Championships on July 2, 3rd. He raised the GLRR youth program to a higher level with great performances against the nation’s best.