News and Announcements

We are thrilled to announce that EPSD has approved the EHS track team to use the HUDL app, which is of great benefit to our team. HUDL is a tool used to evaluate/analyze performances with video. Each athlete will have a HUDL account that can be used for just individual development and/or college recruiting.

We are going to kick off a trial use of HUDL next THURSDAY August 15 at 5:30 pm at the EHS track stadium for any previous track athlete entering this year as a SENIOR who would like to set up an account with some video performances. If you are interested, please contact Coach Kami through Remind text. We will offer trial video of jumps (LJ and TJ), hurdles, throws, sprints, and distance.

Also, if you are in any grade looking to continue track in college, it is recommended to set up a NCSA account (Next College Student Athlete). There are many recruiting sites available, and I have received feedback from coaches and athletes on the pros and cons of a few. This site is free and you can choose to upgrade if you like. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Kami.

Athletes not participating in a fall sport who are interested in a fall season training/weight lifting plan can contact Coach Kami for the EHS track program. We will kick off winter track on Monday December 2. Calendar will be updated by the first day of school.

Enjoy the last few weeks of summer and GOOD LUCK to our graduating Seniors! We will be following your successes….

Congrats to our Track All-Area, All-Star honorable mention athletes: Mason Boyd, Keyon Carroll Herring, Alanna Smith, and Lindsay Lumsden!!!

Congratulations to those athletes who competed at the PIAA AAA State Meet the past few days! 9 state records were broken, and 3 of the records were by athletes in our district, which goes to show the top athlete strength of our district. Final results were:

Boys 4×800m relay – 8:16.80 (19/28)
Girls 4×100m relay – 49.71 (20/34)
Boys 4×100m relay – 43.65 (22/30)
Boys 400m dash – Mason Boyd 50.95 (19/24)
Girls Triple Jump – Lindsay Lumsden – 36-06.5 (19/30)
Boys High Jump – Keyon Carroll-Herring – 6-2 – (tie 13-21/36)

Track Banquet will be held Tuesday 5/28/19 at the EHS Cafeteria from 6-8pm to celebrate another awesome season for both the boys and the girls teams!

Boys finished 6-2 in EPC
Girls finished 7-1 with tie of Easton’s record 7-1 in EPC

Congratulations to the 21 Emmaus PIAA State Qualifying athletes:

4×800m boys relay: Jacob Brown, Mark Magee, Keshav Shankar, Paul Petre
Alt: Geoffrey Kleinberg, Holden Brown

4×100m girls relay: Halle Jennett, Alanna Smith, Mackenzie Dries, Kayla Smith
Alt: Madison Brown, Heather Augustin

4×100m boys relay: Allen Doelue, Lubens Myers, Colin Byrne, Izaiah McPherson
Alt: Gabe Trexler, Aidan Dougherty

400m: Mason Boyd

Triple Jump: Lindsay Lumsden

High Jump: Keyon Carroll-Herring

Additional highlights from day 2 at Districts:

Alanna Smith – 100m dash 3rd place and 200m dash 5th place
Mason Boyd – 400m dash 3rd place and long jump 4th place
Paul Petre – 800m 5th place
Kera Reinhard – 1600m 6th place
Madison Brown – 400m 6th place
Ashleigh McNellis – 400m 8th place
Girls 4×400m relay – 4th place
Boys 4×400m relay – 5th place

Congratulations to the following athletes from Districts day 1:

Boys 4×800m relay team – 2nd place HEADING TO STATES!!!!!
Lindsay Lumsden – 3rd place with an automatic qualifying jump and NEW SHATTERED triple jump school record of 37-2 HEADING TO STATES!!!!!!!

Girls 4×800m relay team – 3rd place, just missing state ticket
Mason Boyd – 4th place with a new best triple jump of 44—00.5 (5 feet improvement from last year)
Isabella Lees and Clara Kennedy finished side by side in the 3200m with an 11:58 for 7th and 8th place
Laurel Widdoss – 9th place pretty matching her best triple jump of the season of 35-07.50
Colin Byrne – Seeded 24th (last), he managed to improve his 200m time by 1.29 seconds from last season, and finished 16th place with a time of 23.51

Alanna Smith and Izaiah McPherson qualified for the 100 m finals scheduled for tomorrow
Alanna Smith and Lubens Myers qualified for the 200m finals scheduled for tomorrow