Directions: Enter Lakewood at main entrance on Route 176, one block west of Fairfield. Proceed straight past the museum on the left to the second right turn which will take you on a circular drive to the pavilion where your team can set up camp. The buses will be able to park along the circular drive. If entering from Ivanhoe Road, take the first left from Forest Preserve Road around to shelter.
Schools: Barrington(boys), Cary-Grove, Conant, Crystal Lake Central, Crystal Lake South, Glenbard East(girls), Glenbrook South, Grant, Grayslake Central, Grayslake North, Harvard, Huntley, Johnsburg, Kaneland, Lake Forest, Lake Zurich (girls), Lakes, Lane, Libertyville (JV Girls) , Lisle, Marengo (boys), Marian Central, McHenry, Mundelein, New Trier, Oak Park-River Forest (boys), Richmond-Burton, Round Lake, St. Edwards, Stevenson, Vernon Hills (Boys & JV Girls), Warren, Wauconda, Waukegan, West Chicago, Wheaton-Warrenville South(boys), Zion-Benton
Races: Begin at 8:30 AM Freshman Boys 3 miles
Girls F/S (unlimited) 3 miles
Boys F/S (unlimited) 3 miles
Girls Varsity (top 7) 3 miles
Boys Varsity (top 7) 3 miles
Girls Open (unlimited) 3 milesBoys Open (unlimited) 3 miles
Elk Grove Dual
At Elk Grove we worked on improving our 1-5 split and packed up for the first part of the race.
Elk Grove showed a lot of fight with their front runner, Frinter, staying in the lead group and their
2-5 hanging around. In the end, our guys showed their fitness and pulled away for a nice 21-40 win.
The frosh-soph also won behind the exiting debut of sophomore Alex Maher, who ran down an Elk Grove runner
in the final 300 meters fir the win. Our frosh-soph team is showing a lot of promise early in the season.
"The biggest reason for failure in life or in sport is giving up what you want the most for what you want at the moment." ~ John Underwood
Performing at your best in sports is effected by the choices you make, not just the effort you put into training. John Underwood has vast experience working with top athletes and knows the importance of healthy living to maximize personal performance.
The Barrington 220 schools have made a district-wide commitment to help educate the community by sharing John’s science-based information. How nutrition, sleep, stress, drugs & alcohol affect an individual’s overall potential, will be highlighted in this informative event.
Starting with Broncos Committed this past year, there is now the addition of a Barrington Committed program for youth programs outside of the schools.
Open to everyone in the community, it is most important for families of school age children to plan to attend.
John Underwood,A former NCAA All-American, International-level distance runner and World Masters Champion, John has coached or advised more than two dozen Olympians including World and Olympic Champions. He holds three International Olympic Solidarity diplomas for coaching and has been a crusader for drug-free sport at all levels. John’s innovative program “PURE PERFORMANCE”, has gained international prominence. He is the Master Trainer for the New York Public High School Athletic Association drug prevention program which is one of the largest mandated programs in prevention history. John was recently named as a consultant to the prestigious Pacific Institute of Research and Evaluation and the Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center. John has presented at the Department of Justices’ OJJDP National Leadership Conference for the past seven years and to the U.S. Department of Education. He has conducted the only physiological case study, of the residual effect of alcohol on elite athletic performance. He has appeared as a guest commentator for ABC Wide World of Sports for Olympic Drug Scandals. John has worked with nearly all sport federations including the NCAA, ECAC, NHL, NFL,NBA, the U.S. Olympic Committee, Sport Canada, the International Olympic Committee and the USAF. John Underwood is a Human Performance Consultant for the U.S. Navy SEALS.