2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2013, 2012

2017, 2016, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2007


Brook Hill Track & Field continues to reach new heights while breaking school and
district records each year.

What is Track and Field?

  • It isn’t just about running around a circle
  • It’s a sport that challenges you to push yourself to achieve a goal.
  • Keyword is yourself. With the exception of relays, the only person responsible for your results is you. The team concept is that each of you will have the responsibility of earning points for your team, which means your teammates need you and you all need one another.  How hard will you work to get better for your team?
  • Track and field is both an individual and team sport. The way for a team to earn points is based on each individual’s effort. The top performances earn the points for the teams.  Most meets take the top 6 to 8 performers in each event.  If you can make it into the top 8, you can earn points for the team. While each place earns a different amount of points, even an 8th place finish can be a determining factor.

What Track and Field means to me (Coach Dotson)?

  • Track and Field gave me a chance to excel for the very reason I explained above. It was the only sport that didn’t give anyone a chance to take away from me being able to perform.  For example, I played receiver in HS on a team that didn’t pass the ball.  It was very frustrating to have someone else control that.  Track and field was just me, my work ethic, and my desire to be good at it.  I loved the feeling of running and how my body responded to it.   It was a challenge each week to try and earn points for my team, as well as achieve my personal best.

What is practice like?

  • Dynamic Warm-up and Stretch
  • Throwers will report to their throwing coach and begin their workout
  • Sprinters will report to their sprint coach (100m, 200m, 400m)
    • We will focus on explosive exercises, sprint mechanics, and workouts geared towards improving speed and speed endurance for the 100m, 200m, 400m, 4×100, 4×400.
    • Sprinters sprint and do not run distance workouts.
  • Mid-distance will report to their distance coach (800m, 1600m, 3200m)
    • We will focus on both muscle endurance exercises, distance mechanics, and workouts geared building endurance. Speed is still an important component and will be included at the end of some workouts.
  • Hurdlers will work with the Sprinters on most days (100H, 110H, 300H)
    • We will focus on speed and speed endurance, hurdle mechanics, and workouts geared toward the 100H/110H and 300H. Mechanics are the main focus for hurdle events as technique plays such a major part. Working on mechanics will be a major part of workouts.  A more technical runner sometimes can beat a fast runner in the hurdle events.
  • Jumpers (Long Jump, Triple Jump, High Jump)
    • Long Jumpers and Triple Jumpers will work on speed and jump mechanics. Many jumpers are sprinters but not always the case. On our jump days we will work jumping before our running workouts.
    • High Jumpers will spend a bit more time working on mechanics and plyometric exercises to improve explosiveness.
  • Duration: Practice will typically last an hour and half. The shortest day would be an hour and the longest day would be two hours.  Some days will require longer rest intervals than others which effects the total duration of practice.

How can track and field help you?

  • Track and field is a compliment to all sports as it works on coordination, explosiveness, endurance, speed, and mental toughness. At some point each of those components are necessary in sports across the board.  Many of you boys and girls will become young men and women on the track.  You have to be in tune with yourself and face yourself in the mirror many times during the season.  Once you realize that you have total control of your success you will begin to mature and do things that will help you progress and do away with things that will not. This will carry over into everyday life.


Coaching Staff




April 30, 2020

Brook Hill is pleased to announce that current members of the BH Coaching Staff have been elevated to new Head Coaching positions at the school for the 2020-21 school year.   Athletic Director Wally Dawkins announced changes to Brook Hill’s coaching staff regarding coaches Jereme Hubbard and Malcolm Dotson. Hubbard, who served as the JV […]

Track and Field athletes are advancing to regional and state competitions

May 04, 2017

Congratulations to the following Track and Field athletes who advanced to Regionals this year: AD Kuechle – shot put Sam Nechi – pole vault Sarah Nwosu – shot put and discus Jordan Day – discus Diana Ramirez – 3200 meter run Grace Brasher – high jump Garrett Davis – high jump Jordon McGowen – shot […]

Breaking Records

May 11, 2016

Five event records were broken during the 2016 Lady Guard track season.  The year began with the first school record falling at our first meet of the year.  Claire Smith set the record in the 3200 meter run with a time of 13:44 at the Alto Invitational.  The next school record to fall was the […]

State Track Accolades

May 06, 2016

Maddie Travis and Gracie Brasher jumped for 2nd and 4th respectively in high jump at the state meet today! Maddie jumped 5’6 while Gracie jumped 5′. Way to go ladies! Jordon McGowen also placed 4th in the shot put, throwing 47.8 feet. Congratulate these students on their incredible accomplishments on the field today!

Track Stars Advancing to State

April 28, 2016

The Regional Track Meet was held on Thursday, and our students performed well! Maddi Travis & Grace Brasher took 1st & 2nd in the High Jump, advancing to state. Also advancing to state were Kristen Clarke who earned 2nd in the 100m dash and Jordan McGowen who threw 46 ft in the shot put to earn […]

Brook Hill athletes qualify for regional track meet

April 22, 2016

Kristen Clarke won a district championship while also punching two tickets to the TAPPS regional track meet thanks to a first and second-place finish Thursday at the TAPPS 2-4A track and field championships at Brook Hill’s Herrington Stadium. The Lady Guard sprinter won the 100-meter dash in a time of 12.88 with Clarke taking second […]

Upper School Track Meets

April 08, 2016

We have had two track meets in the last week! Our students have performed well! WOMEN’S RESULTS :: 2nd place overall with 128.5 points Kristen Clarke: 1st in 100 Dash in 12.89 Julia Troxell: 5th in 200 Dash, 1st in Long Jump with 10-00.50, 2nd in Triple Jump with 32-05 Claire Smith: 6th in 1600m […]

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