Here is the information from the parent meeting if you happened to miss it.
All athletes must be cleared (www.athleticclearance.com) in order to participate! You must turn in the parent signature page to the activities office.
For captain led workouts prior to camp, please see the schedule below.
Any questions, email Coach V at firstname.lastname@example.org
(Captain-led practices begin at 8 AM. For maps or directions to the locations check "Training" tab.
6/15 Saturday - BOHS Gym
6/17 M - Founders Park
6/18 T - Fullerton Courthouse
6/19 W - Brea Sports Park
6/20 T - Craig Park (State College Entrance)
6/21 F - Olinda Ranch Parking Lot
6/22 S - Richman Flats (Rose Drive Friends Church Parking Lot)
6/24 M - Brea Sports Park
6/25 T - Craig Park (State College Entrance)
6/26 W - Founders Park (Girls @ BOHS Track)
6/27 T - Fullerton Courthouse
6/28 F - Fullerton Sports Park
6/29 S - Olinda Ranch Parking Lot
7/1 M - BOHS Gym
7/2 T - Richman Flats (Rose Drive Friends Church Parking Lot)
7/3 W - Craig Park
7/4 T - Founders Park
7/5 F - Olinda Ranch
7/6 S - Yorba Regional Park (Softball Fields Parking Lot)
Please find important dates below. For more detailed information, download this pdf.
❏ June 15th - Beginning of Captain-led practices, check breaxc.com for schedule and locations
❏ July 8th - First official day of Summer Practice, Athletic Clearance must be complete
❏ July 9th - 7:00 PM Parent Meeting in BOHS cafeteria
❏ July 12th - Time Trial for Mammoth Lakes Camp (top 18 athletes, includes top 3 newcomers)
❏ July 27th - Mattern Alumni Run
❏ July 29th - August 2nd - Mammoth Lakes Camp
❏ August Registration/Schedule Pickup - Make sure Cross Country is your 6th Period Class
❏ August 15th - Bousquet Run (time trial for Fall travel meet)
❏ August 19th - First Day of School, practice time switches to 2:00-4:00 PM
Fill out an application by Wednesday May 15, if you would like to be considered for a captain position. Limited to current Sophomores and Juniors. Click here for the application.
Thank you once again to Alex Fong for putting these wonderful videos together for the boys xc banquet! Below is also a link to all the pictures he took from this season!
2018 Boys XC Photos
California State Championship is not just another race, It is a race for those teams who have trained long and hard, for those who put in 60 to 70 + miles a week, and who have the strength to outperform their competitors. The Brea Varsity team came in ranked 9th in the California Div 3 teams. The team stepped to the line and did not hold back. They gave it everything in their body and ended with 8th place out of the 24 teams that competed in the division 3 state meet.
Shane Gaffikin led the team with a finishing time of 16:01 and 21st place finish. Despite battling a sickness that week, Jonathan Manara did what he had to do for the team and finish 42nd with a time of 16:22. Ryan Daedler with his almighty speed, passed his competition and scored a time of 16:44 placing 74th for the team. Manny Debarros coming out as the second fastest freshman in his division, placing 87th, and achieving a time of 16:51 as a freshmen perfectly showed how amazing and tough Manny is to his competitors and we are very excited to see his continuous success during track next year. Jack Hannum racing his last race of the season, proved victorious as he achieved a time of 16:54 with a placement of 93rd; Jacks effort throughout this season and his dedication truly helped Jack stand out from the rest of the athletes and Jack will be truly missed once he departs to college. Matthew Apahidean (17:21. Placement 137) and Carlos Perez (18:01. Placement 178) also helped contribute towards benefitting our team towards placing 8th and these quick athletes will be highly anticipated to achieve great success during track season!
The team's effort during this season and dedication to this program proved to be fantastic. Our future success and dedication to this sport will most definitely carry us to that State Championship title next year and if our team continues to put in the effort and do everything the coach tells us to to, that state title shall not be difficult to achieve. Our team being the youngest team to race at state this year truly proves our teams strength, and next year a majority of our other division 3 competitors will fear what we will be capable of next year!
Finishing off the last meet of their season, the frosh/soph team came out victorious! The Brea frosh/soph team scored second overall which in comparison, completely showed the capabilities and the strengths of the Boy’s Frosh/Soph team. From the very beginning of their training, a majority of the frosh/soph members from our team focused towards achieving great success and put in all the effort towards training for cross country. The returning sophmores understood the amount of work that had to be put in to improve their previous times. Since the sophomores understood this, many sophomores this season stepped up their game for the greatness of the team. Overall the dedication that came out of these sophomores and the dedication that was shown by these sophomores during their final race proved to be outstanding. The newly introduced freshmen also proved to be a tight pack of talented runners. Our freshmen completely stuck close to each other during this race and because of this strategy, a majority of these freshmen learned how to become skilled and strong during tough races. Overall the amount of effort expressed from the frosh/soph athletes proved to be impactful towards their final race and these individuals will continue their impressive speed during track next season!
The Varsity Boys team at Crestview League Finals proved to be an efficient pack today as they successful brought their team towards achieving third place at league and ultimately caused a majority of their own teammates to achieve great prs. Shane Gaffikin, competing against the intense Logan Underwood, broke that sub 15 barrier once again achieving a time of 14:55 and placing second for the team overall. Also not to far behind, the out of nowhere and talented/fasted Daedler in the family Ryan Daedler peaked with an amazing 15:05 and placed 4th for the team, We are highly expecting Ryan to sub 15 next year! Jack Hannum, Jonathan Manara, Matthew Apahidean, Manny Debarros, and Carlos Perez also proved to be a tight pack helping the team to qualify for CIF Prelims and score points for our placement. Our team proved to be perfectly skilled at Crestview and all of our varsity teams will have absolutely no competition on our hands once we race at CIF Preview.
The JV team asserted absolute dominance in the race as the top 3 Brea runners finished 1,2, and 3. From mile 1 on, Andrew Velasco and Jordan Ostby took off leaving the rest of the race in the dust. They finished 1st and 2nd with times of 16:16 and 16:18. Aakash Kadakia, not too far behind, finished 3rd with a time of 16:39. John Root scored 4th for the team and finished within the top 20 achieving a course best of 17:32. Logan Rios rounded off the team score with a time of 19:17, showing that training with pants, vans, and jackets definitely paid off. The final pack of the JV boys was Chris Furumizo and Angel Fuerte who pushed to the end and finished their season strong. Miguel Andrade came back after a brutal injury and decided to run his last race of the season. He ended up pushing through the pain to finish with a time of 20:09. The JV team overall finished 2nd in the league.
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