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Indoor Track

Elyse Myles

Coed Indoor Track FAQ

All sign ups for Indoor Track are done via Kenston Community Education. There is a fee for Indoor Track as this is a club sport. There is a State meet although the sport is not OHSAA sponsored. It is still governed by OHSAA rules. Start date 11/16 @ 2:45 pm – 4:30 pm at Frohring Meadows.Practices are off campus every day.

The safety and welfare of our athletes is a top priority. Indoor track athletes run outdoors on trails at different locations in a variety of weather. Due to the individualized nature of the sport, athletes may run 6-14 miles daily by themselves or in small groups. Athletes are responsible for their own safety and decision making when choosing running routes. Athletes with special needs must make arrangements to have someone accompany them for the entire practice including the running workout.

Friday morning is voluntary and most likely at 6:10 am at the High School per the athletes’ requests.

Athletes are responsible for their own rides to and prompt rides from practice locations.

Practice locations include Beartown Lakes, Frohring Meadows, South Chagrin Metros, West Woods, Auburn Park & more.

Athletes must participate in competitions if they are on the team. Athletes cannot “only practice”. This is an OHSAA rule and cannot be negotiated.

Communication will be done based off of contact information provided to KCE and/or Coach Ickes.

Any other questions? Please contact Coach Ickes (christopherickes@gmail.com) directly or KCE.

Indoor Track Season is Back

Indoor track season is here! If you are looking forward to get in shape for outdoor track, or just love running, indoor track is the way to go. We practice at different parks and at the high school. Dara said “It improves your skill. It also makes you go from average to great!” The practices… Continue Reading