News and Announcements
Parents – results for the Fulton County Meet can be found at: http://ga.milesplit.com/meets/184074/results/357356.
Overall the Boys finished #3 and the Girls#6. Athletes who competed on Monday are excused from the meet and should show up to practice today at RHS.
Schedule for events today at Lassiter is as follows:
4:30 Field Events Begin
4:45 1600m Run
5:15 Track events run in the following order
Congrats to all the kids that competed on Saturday. The weather was not the best, however the kids did well. Monday will be the finals for most running events and relays.
Click the following link to verify if your athlete made the finals – http://ga.milesplit.com/meets/184074/results/356749
Heat sheets and lane assignments can be found at – http://ga.milesplit.com/meets/184074/results/356749
Full results can be found at – http://ga.milesplit.com/meets/184074/results/356745
The program for Monday is as follows:
Monday, March 30th
5:30 Coaches’ Meeting
Finals for Running Events- 5:55
Opening Ceremonies and National Anthem
6:00 4X100 FINALS GIRLS/ BOYS
6:10 1600 FINALS GIRLS (SECTIONS ON TIME)
6:25 400 FINALS GIRLS/ BOYS
6:35 100 FINALS GIRLS/ BOYS
6:45 100H/110H FINALS GIRLS/ BOYS
7:00 800 BOYS FINAL (SECTIONS ON TIME)
7:15 200 FINALS GIRLS/ BOYS
7:30 300H FINALS GIRLS/ BOYS
7:45 3200 BOYS FINAL
8:00 4X400 FINALS GIRLS/ BOYS
There will be no bus on Monday. All competing athletes need to be at Milton by 5:15 pm.
Please come out and support the team. Through the 1st day the Girls team is in 3rd place and the Boys team is in 2nd place.
Parents – thanks for coming out and supporting the meet today. It was a beautiful day and the kids performed well. Meet results can be found at http://www.ptgrouponline.com/Results/2015/HS/Results-Roswell3-21-15.htm.
Congrats to the Boys 4X100 team of Johnny Kwateng, Reggie White, Mechane Slade and Tyson Spears for finishing in 1st place and setting a new school record with a time of 42.00.
Parents – There will be a Recruiting Seminar on Monday March 23rd at 7:30 pm in the RHS cafeteria. We have received some excellent reviews from other schools that are posted below of how effective and informative the seminar was.
""I have had several positive responses from our coaches, parents, and student athletes after they attended last night’s seminar “Guiding the College-Bound Athlete.” Our parents definitely have a greater understanding as to their role in the recruiting process. Rick Wire shared lessons learned from personal experiences when his son, Coy, was playing high school football and trying to earn a college scholarship. The family was successful, as Coy earned a scholarship to Stanford and played for nine years in the NFL! The seminar information is useful and valuable to parents. Topics include taking a realistic approach to the recruiting process as well as the parent’s role in promoting a student athlete. Coy’s segment of the seminar addressed ways to separate yourself from other student athletes, goal-setting, and social media. Please contact Rick if you are interested in this providing this seminar at your school. We had over 300 in attendance!"
Cherokee High School
“Last evening Alpharetta Athletics had the privilege of hosting Rick and Coy Wire of Dynamite Sports. Rick and Coy, a father and son team from Central Pennsylvania, have created the recruiting seminar “Guiding the College Bound Athlete.” This very honest and informative seminar educates coaches, students and parents on the eligibility processes associated with the NCAA as well as the NAIA and the realities of college athletic scholarship. Having gone through the process themselves, Rick and Coy present their own story of success, Coy making an early commitment to Stanford as a Junior at Cedar Cliff High School and them completing a nine year career in the NFL with the Bills and the Falcons. I would like to personally recommend this seminar to all of you as a no pressure, highly informative speaking event that you, your coaches and your student athletes will benefit greatly from. I have now been able to see their presentation twice, each time learning more and becoming more and more impressed with their candor and professionalism. "
Alpharetta Coaches in attendance at last evenings event said:
“this is the best professional development we have had in years”
“this seminar should be mandatory for all high school athletes, period.”
I believe the parents and students in attendance were equally impressed. Please see a brief message below from Mr. Wire and do consider reaching out to him to schedule your seminar today.
Alpharetta High School
Please attend if you want to learn more.