Mustang Cross Country

Success Attained Through the
Hallmark of Continuous Improvement

 

“Our sport is your sport’s punishment.”  This catchy little quip holds quite a lot of truth in consideration of the nature and objective of Cross Country running.  The intent is to simply run, run, run, and then run some more, with the supposedly simple quest of just getting faster and stronger, and increasing endurance along the way.  However, this quest quickly becomes a much broader challenge as the runner must overcome all the mental games (will power, self-doubt, just “not feeling it”), physical pain, and overall fatigue – AND the wide-ranging external factors (hills, creeks, mud, dust, heat, humidity, cold, wind, rain, sleet).

Led by XC Head Coach DANTE DORSEY, the Mustang Cross Country runners powered through the 2021 season with fierceness and determination, conquering these many obstacles and emerging as a much faster and stronger team by season’s end.  And while success can certainly by measured by number of medals earned and championships won, the fact remains that those awards are reserved for a very few (including a couple of this year’s Mustang runners).  Success is also measured by other tangible and intangible metrics.

 

MUSTANG CROSS COUNTRY
SIGN-UP for 2022 SEASON

 

Hey Mustangs! Cross Country season is approaching fast, and the Mustang Cross Country team is ready for you to join!  The Mustangs are looking to build on a great 2021 season, and you can be a part of this fun and hardworking team.

Cross country provides an outstanding team environment for athletes of all levels to significantly improve overall conditioning.  This fall conditioning is particularly beneficial for athletes who compete in winter/spring sports.

Sign-up for the 2022 Mustang Cross Country team is now open to all returning and new athletes can be found in the Principal's E-news.

If you have questions, please contact Coach Dante Dorsey.