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Varsity Letter Requirements

In order to earn a varsity letter in cross country, the following will be considered:

  • Student-Athletes must adhere to the attendance policy as set forth in the Pre-Season Packet
  • A student-athlete will earn a varsity letter if they meet any of the following requirements:
    • Record a time that is among the top SEVEN (7) in the program in a minimum of 75% of the scheduled events.
    • Record a time that would be in the top 50% of the varsity field in any competition on four (4) separate instances.  The varsity field is defined as the top 7 runners from all the teams represented in a race.  For example, if there are 174 TEAM scorers, the 87th time in this race would be the standard for the day.
    • The coaching staff may award a letter to a student-athlete for other circumstances.  For example, four years of productive team membership could merit a letter.  Injury-shortened seasons may also be addressed here.
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Woodridge High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 5th place

Saturday, September 12, 2015 10:30 AM Place 5 Points 93 Meet Recap Noah Perrin ran well to pace the Woodridge boys to a strong 5th place finish in the 22-team Brecksville Invitational. The Bulldogs raced some of the biggest and best programs in northeast Ohio on the wet, hilly course. Yousef Elkurd, Ryan Palm, Seth […]

Woodridge High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 2nd place

Saturday, August 29, 2015 11:00 AM Place 2 Points 48 Meet Recap The Bulldogs ran well against the Division III State Champion Rockets from Maplewood. The scoring five for Woodridge finished within 18 seconds of each other to nab a runner up trophy at McDonald’s Billy Goat Challenge. Seth Conard, Noah Perrin, and Ryan Palm […]

Woodridge High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 1st place

Saturday, August 29, 2015 11:00 AM Place 1 Points 41 Meet Recap Clare Willett grabs her first major win as a high school harrier and leads the Bulldogs to a win at the Billy Goat Challenge. The girls beat defending Division III State Champions McDonald. Opponents School Place Points Woodridge High School 1 41 Mcdonald […]

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