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Though I had much greater successes that season and the years afterwords, that race really redefined what I thought of myself as a runner. Freshman year of X-country I was really just discovering the sport since my junior high had no X-country program. I ran well, but didn't make it to state or do anything else substantial. Track is where my first success came; I made a huge improvement during the season, and finished it with a Riding the success of the last track season, I made big improvement s during my sophomore X-country season.
I became competitive in our region and placed 33rd in D5 at the state meet with time of Through the winter I put in the best training I ever had done instead of playing basketball. What Training wise, what do you mostly do during the summer? My training wasn't anything special, bu my mindset started to change.
My summer before junior year I actually had to only workout on a bike for weeks in the beginning because of some foot pain that I didn't want to advance into a serious injury. The camp was a great experience, they had an uphill 5k race during the camp that gains about ft of elevation which I won against some top runners from multiple northwest states. It gave me the confidence to run against anybody. Junior year of x-country was a breakout year for me that really started with winning the D5 race at Stanford.
I improved my place at state to 7th with a I definitely learned a lot that season. I had a solid track season, but lost the NSCIF m by 1 second and missed qualifying to state in the north section only the section champion in each event qualifies for state. Over the summer I ran consistently about miles a week, with a lot of quality sessions.
In terms of workouts we run a wide variety of stuff: We usually focus on developing one system each week strength, speed, etc… in a cycle that revolves around important meets. Chuck was the co-captain of the football team and was selected the Outstanding College Senior by the Rotary Club. After receiving his degree, he began his career at Primghar, IA as a biology teacher and coached football and basketball. He has held this position for the last 17 years.
As a track coach, Chuck excelled. During his fifteen year career his teams won eleven conference championships and eight district championships. His teams set 14 school records at Kuemper and 16 at Denison.
As much as he accomplished as a coach, Chuck has had even more success as an Athletic Director. Here are some of his accomplishments. Chuck was one of the founders of the Iowa Association of Track Coaches. In addition he has organized and administered many invitational and tournaments throughout his tenure at Muscatine High School.
Chuck has also published several articles for professional magazines on athletic administration. Chuck is married and has two sons. His wife is Gail and sons are John and Rick. Chuck and Gail have one grandson named Garrett. During his high school career he participated in football, basketball, and track.
He earned All-Conference and All-State honors in football. Bob played football and baseball while serving in the Marines. Bob began his teaching and coaching career in Lohrville, Iowa in where he taught all subjects even though his main area was social studies.
He coached football, basketball, track and baseball. He moved to Garden Grove in and taught there until Bob coached football, basketball, track and baseball. From to Bob taught at Ankeny High School. He served as a football and track coach for nine years as well as 3 years as a basketball coach. He started the wrestling program serving as the coach for 3 years.
Bob moved from Ankeny to Ottumwa High School serving as the head football coach and athletic director as well as an assistant track coach. During his tenure at Lincoln High School, Bob served as the head football coach for 4 years and the head track coach for 23 years. He also was the assistant athletic director for 12 years and the athletic director for his last five years at Lincoln High School.
Bob had many accomplishments during his 37 years as a track coach. His teams won 14 conference championships, 8 runner-up finishes, and five district championships.
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His team placed second in both the indoor and outdoor state meets. His team finished third.NY Federation XC Championships 2011
He coached 40 all-state individual and relay team performers. Bob also had 5 individual state champions from to Bob was honored as the District Coach of the Year in He served as the Drake Relays referee in and on the high school jury for the relays from to Bob had an outstanding record as a football coach as well.
He coached four undefeated teams and had a career record of wins, 51 losses, and 5 ties. Bob married his wife Louise in They were the proud parents of a daughter and three sons. He was killed in a tragic plane crash in It is my honor to introduce Louise VanderLinden who will receive the Hall of Fame award in memory of her husband Bob.
While in Grad school at South Dakota State, he was on the Jack rabbits track and cross country coaching staff. He was honored as the states track coach of the year inafter only four years in the profession. The Tigers won the cross country state title with Brett Eggert winning the individual crown as well. The community pride soared. In all, while coaching cross country and track and field and serving as Athletic Director at Tipton: Testimony after testimony from former Tipton athletes tells how Coach Vogelgesang impacted their life during their days together in high school and how his impact continues to influence them today.
Dave was asked what his greatest accomplishment was in 37 years of coaching. The memories I have are forever. I am so proud of the great families they now have and the amazing success they are enjoying in their careers. There are no reason to believe that his assumption is not right. Dick Wagner Dick Wagner has been associated with athletics for a long time. Dick has officiated softball, boys and girls basketball as well as track and cross country.
He has started state track meets and umpired state championship games. Dick served as Athletic director at Burlington high School and has started track and cross country meets for nearly fifty years.
InDick was recognized by the National High School Federation for his contributions to cross country. But none of these noteworthy items defines Dick as greatly as two additional achievements. Over the past few years Dick has battled several major problems including a leg amputation and throughout all this he has maintained an unbelievably positive attitude and continues to strive to serve others.
Working with friends and students from alternative classes, Dick has cut a cross-country trail out of a natural wilderness. Free soda is available for all the students athletes and workers.
The awards ceremony not only features the traditional trophies, but also features Croton Baseball Caps and T-Shirts for the top finishers. In the fall ofathletes competed at the meet.
Each year Dick invites an Iowa celebrity to assist in handing out he awards. The following week the Des Moines Register carried an extensive article documenting this extraordinary athletic event.
At the conclusion of each meet the workers take part in a pot-luck picnic. He attended Davenport Central High School graduating in He was a three time Long Jump Champion setting a state record for class 4-A and all classes.
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He won the Drake Relays title three times. He capped off his career with a 2nd place performance in the Golden West Invitational and 3rd place at the Keebler Invitational in the Long Jump. He also was an All-State performer in basketball in He won the Drake Relays in the Long Jump.
Chris qualified for the Olympic Trials. He owns and operates an Office Supply business in Houston, Texas. He was assigned umpiring duty and called a violation on an outstanding runner eventually an Olympian from Illinois!
The young man promised never to return to Iowa City again, and Jerry thought this should have been the end of his officiating. Soon after, Jerry became the coordinator for University officials and began timing and judging high school meets in the vicinity. Working with other officials, many teachers, has given me a deep respect and admiration of their work, and was an important factor for my persistence as an official.
In High School at Centerville from to At the University of Iowa from to Three year letter winner.
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Top point score for his teams in — — Competed in ten diferent events. Big Ten indoor and outdoor place winner.
Masters Track and Field National program. He has been National Champion in the Decathlon and the Discus. He has also been second five times in diferent events.
In all he has placed first times and second 43 times.
Cross Country — wins and 73 loses in dual meet competition. Coached six State Individuals and Relay Champions. Teams have finished 3rd and 5th at the State meet. He attended Wayland Academy in Beaver Dam, graduating inparticipating in football, wrestling, and golf while in high school. After 4 successful years of coaching and teaching in Ft Dodge he and his family moved to Muscatine. He has coached sixty-six individual and relay conference champions, fifty-nine conference runners-up, fourteen State champions, eleven state runners-up, Forty-eight state place-winners and seven Drake Relays Champions.
Dick coached Cross Country for 17 years. His teams have finished as the conference runner-ups three times, won two Fresh-Sophomore Conference titles and two runners-up teams. He coached 4 state qualifying teams, 22 individual runners placing in the top ten at the Mississippi Athletic Conference meet and 25 state qualifiers. In he was an assistant football coach at Cedar Rapids Jefferson when Jefferson won the first official State Football play-off title.
He is currently officiating on the college level, Drake Relays, and helped coach for St. Ambrose University in the jumps for two years coaching four Conference Champions and two National Meet qualifiers.
He married Rosemary in and they are the proud parents of a daughter Meghan Mrs. While in high school, he was active in football, baseball, basketball, and track, as well as 4-H and FFA. Cornie graduated from Northwestern College, lettering in football, wrestling, and track.
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He was an All-American Offensive tackle in His education took him to Fairfield, where he taught and coached until Cornie began officiating while in college, and the school year marks his 40th year as an official. In addition to being a track and field official, cross country, and football official at both the high school and college level, he as officiated basketball, wrestling, baseball, and softball. He estimates he has worked at least track meets, in one officiating capacity or another.
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Cornie currently holds US Track and Field certification in 20 areas, with Master certification in 6 areas. He has been a state meet starter 16 times. His high school annual called him the top athlete in the high school during his senior school year, He took part in football, basketball and track. He later would become the most successful coach in the 20th century for the Spirit Lake Community School District, which lasted for 50 years.
Coach Webb began his coaching career in coaching football, basketball and track. You have all the experienced or read of the championship teams and state trips, but the thing that made John special was not the winning teams, but his winning spirit and work with the future of his community — her youth.
To John every team was a winner, regardless of the w-n-loss record, and every player was an all-state selection. He loved each and every one of you. He gave you, and the people of his community, more than just winning athletics — he gave his time, his love and a great deal of his labor.