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Welcome to DMS Cross Country

Cross Country Shines at Beaumont

2016-2017 Cross Country Information

Informational meetings will occur on August 22nd, 23rd and 24th at 3:00 near the P.E. numbers on the black top.    In order to participate, students will need all the paper work completed including a doctors physical and insurance information and must have a 2.0 GPA, with no F's and no classroom incidents.  Please check out the student-athlete contract for more information.
 
If you have any questions, please email coach Siebold at tsiebold@hemetusd.org
 
 

Cross Country Practice Schedule

Practice is from 2:45 - 4:30 Monday thru Thursday.  Wednesday practice is optional to clear an absence from Monday, Tuesday or Thursday practice.  First practice is September 6th.

Cross Country Meet Schedule for Fall 2016 Season

 
Oct. 14 - Mt. SAC Invitational @ Mount San Antonio College in Walnut
- Depart Dartmouth at 10:40 am                      Arrive at Mt. SAC at 12:30 pm
- Return from  Mt. SAC at 6:30 PM  STOP FOR DINNER  Arrive at Dartmouth at 9:45 pm
 
 
Oct. 27 - Beaumont Invitational (Location has not been given yet.) 
- Depart Dartmouth at 7:15 am                    Arrive at Beaumont at 8:00 am
- Return from Beaumont at 1:00 pm  STOP FOR LUNCH Arrive at Dartmouth 2:30 pm
 
Tentative Date Nov. 1st - Hemacinto Championship at Dartmouth
Meet will start at 3:00 pm.  
 
Nov. 10 - Diamond Valley Lake (DVL) Invitational at Valley Wide Aquatic Center on Searl Parkway off of Domenigoni
- Depart Dartmouth at 7:25 am                    Arrive at Aquatic Center at 7:45 am
- Return from Aquatic Center at 1:15 pm     Arrive at Dartmouth at 1:35 pm (no lunch stop)
 
There are bad days, good days, and great days.  Today was a GREAT day for the cross country team.   There were 22 teams at the Beaumont Meet today and only 6 teams earned at least one plaque. Not only was Dartmouth one of the 6 teams to earn a plaque, they actually earned 4 plaques.  Along with great team results there were ten individuals who earned a medal by finishing in the top 15.  The following athletes set a new school record for their grade and gender.  Congratulations to Austen D., Jaime B., Jonathan R., and Elisha A. for breaking the course record.
 
Based off today's meet it looks very promising for both the boys and girls to once again win the Hemacinto Championship (league championship) on Tuesday, Nov. 1st.
 
Keep up the great work. 
Coach Siebold