September 20, 2021
2-Minute Improvement Elevates Dolge to JV Win on Newhall Park 2.0-Mile Course

In the final race of Saturday's De La Salle-Nike Invitational at Newhall Park, veteran Hardy Dolge (22) lowered his 2-mile course record by 2 minutes and 5 seconds to claim the junior varsity boys' individual title.

While temperatures were warmest at the end of the meet, the junior varsity boys division featured the most substantial PRs of the day. Also dropping over 2 minutes from his previous best, Justin Wang (22) crossed the finish in 14:29.

As promised, the mostly flat terrain resulted in a string of new personal records for the 2-mile distance. Sophomores Santiago Jordan (24), Cale Anderson (24), and Ryan Lee (24) led the way for the boys while freshmen Marcella Monopoli (25) and Julia Waide (25), along with sophomore Cheryl Potter (24), topped the girls' list.

The varsity 3-mile competition featured a career best from Blake Webster (23), who broke the tape in 16:29. Caroline McCool (23) set her own 3-mile best by 2 minutes and 14 seconds.

Check out complete results and pictures of the 2021 DAL Invite HERE!

September 11, 2021
Tseng, Birdsong Lead PR Train at Ed Sias; FS Girls, Varsity Boys Take Team Titles

Dropping over 2 minutes from his finishing time of just a week prior, Jacques Tseng (25) landed the most improved performance for the Cougars at Saturday's Ed Sias Invitational at Hidden Valley Park. Tseng and his frosh boys' teammates kicked off the day-long festival with a solid runner-up finish behind De La Salle.

Check out complete results and pictures of the 2021 Ed Sias Invite HERE.

September 3, 2021
PR's Abound at First Competiton of 2021

Those who participated in the 2021 edition of the "Little Ed" Practice Meet on Friday, September 3, showed an eager anticipation for competition after a year of COVID shutdown. Over 70% of Campolindo athletes improved over their previous bests on the Hidden Valley Park course.

Check out complete results and pictures from the Practice Meet HERE.

July 17, 2021
Summer Harriers Enjoy Coastal Fog, Damp Trails en route to Stinson Beach

19 athletes and a handful of parents and coaches traversed the historic Dipsea trail from Mill Valley to Stinson Beach on Saturday. Most of the group managed to navigate their way over the challenging climbs and finished off the effort with a plunge into the frigid Pacific surf before enjoying food and frolic at Stinson Beach.

A select number of runners did miss a turn approximately 5 miles into their journey and ended up hitting the coast farther south than they had hoped. After readjusting their bearings, the misguided crew managed to reunite with their teammates via a mile-long detour on highway 1.

Blue skies made an appearance just as the party wrapped up.

Check out photos of the event courtesy of Jennifer Koziel are HERE!

July 1, 2021
HVP 2-Mile Time Trial Reveals Fitness Levels for Summer Training Participants

Campolindo athletes were joined by runners from Alhambra and College Park High School for the first of 2 time trial events planned for the summer training program. Thursday's race on the Hidden Valley Park 2-mile course offered an opportunity for all to assess their fitness as they approached the mid-way point in the summer program.

Check out pictures and results from the HVP 2-mile time trial HERE!



2021 Parent Volunteer Signup: We depend on parent volunteers to staff various positions throughout the season. Each family is expected to cover at least 2 positions each season.


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As part of our committment to educate and empower student-athletes to create positive change on matters of race and equality, we engage in instructional activities developed by Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality. Featured topics include identity, privilege, and racism.

Cougar Cross Country stands in solidarity with BLM against racial injustice. We are committed to equity work on our campus and in our community. Our athletes and coaches are actively engaged in these efforts both through regular team discussions, presentations and service projects, and in collaboration with Positive Coaching Alliance educational workshops and the campus-wide Diversity & Inclusion project.

Do you enjoy the majestic landscape of the East Bay? We do. We are grateful for the opportunity to live and train in this region, rich in both cultural heritage and natural beauty. We encourage participants and their families to consider a contribution to the Sogorea Te Land Trust as a gesture of gratitude for the privilege to use this land and respect for its indigenous inhabitants.



Our Purpose: We provide students with healthy challenge, fostering physical, emotional and intelectual growth through participation in sport.


Purchasing Team Gear: The final window for ordering team apparel for the 2021 fall season has closed. Athletes who wish to purchase team singlets ($43), shorts ($20), tees ($30), and sweat pants ($36), must buy them directly from Coach Chuck in room E12 before school or at brunch.

XCSTATS.COM ACCOUNT This is our database for collecting athlete training and competition data as well as our tool for communicating to athletes and parents. All athletes must set up an account in order to participate in Campolindo cross country.


Facebook Group: The official team Facebook group is where you will find frequent announcements, notes about competition logistics, meeting times, helpful links to current articles and more. It is also a useful forum for asking questions!



HSU Distance Running Camp: This legendary week-long summer workshop is hosted on the Humboldt State University campus and provides an opportunity for athletes to learn from some of the top coaches and elite athletes in the sport today, all while enjoying the most spectacularly beautiful running trails in the world.