Clackamas Varsity Track

  • Overall Record: N/A
  • Conference Record: N/A

rss_feed Latest News

Red and Black Intersquad Information

Tomorrow we will have our Red and Black Intersquad meet. In order for athletes to compete, they must have signed up with their event coach at yesterday’s practice. This is how competing at the rest of our meets will work. For this meet, it is an extension of our practice. All athletes will stay until

Parent Meeting Information

If you were not able to attend the parent meeting below are links to information presented. Presentation Flash Store – Open until Friday (all items are optional)   2019 Meet List Calendar Results( Parent/Athlete Handbook

Informational Meeting

Sweatshirt Size Sign Up Presentation Flashstore Practice starts February 25th. Must be cleared in order to participate the first day. Before you practice you need to be cleared. FamilyID Pay Fee ($175) Physical (Freshman, Juniors, or first time participation) 

Track and Field Winter Conditioning

Winter conditioning starts January 7th and will be every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Meet at the track at 3:45. All event groups are welcome – no sign up required.  Distance group has different workouts. These workouts are optional. I encourage you to go to as many as you can as it will help build a base coming into

Offseason Training – Track and Field

Weight room will be open 4:30 – 5:30 with Coach Joe Persaud on Monday and Wednesday starting next week. Please warm up on the track prior. Meet at the track at 4:00, team leaders will be there to lead the warm up. Conditioning (sprints, throws, hurdles, and jumps) will be Tuesday and Thursdays 3:45 –

Girls Track and Field Team Takes 4th Place

It was a great way to finish a legendary season for the Clackamas girls track and field team. After coming off back to back league championships, it was time to do something at the state level. Taking twelve girls, 8 of them scored points for the team. The team scored 40 points total. It was

District Champions

What a day for Clackamas Track and Field. 42 out of the 52 athletes set season or person bests in the two days at the Mt Hood Conference Track and Field Meet. The girls stood tall and took home the dual meet and district meet trophies. The girls scored 158 points and scored in 16

Girls take 2nd, boys take 4th at JV districts

Girls take 2nd, boys take 4th at JV districts. The meet started off strong with the JV boys relay team running a season best and finished first, from there it was personal best after personal best for the Clackamas team. Athlete of the meet for the girls was Madisyn Nguyen who ran a lifetime best