Welcome to the Moorpark Striders Track Club! The Striders Board sincerely hopes you will enjoy the coming season and find the club and the sport of track and field as fun as we do. We also hope you come to feel that the club is your club too, supporting it where you can and helping your child have a positive experience with one of the best "life" sports around. The Moorpark Striders is celebrating its 41st season of participation in youth track and field. We are a member of the Ventura County Youth Track Conference (VCYTC).
Congratulations to all of our athletes that attended the Southern California Invitational this past weekend!
There were a ton of PR's & records set! Keep up the great work!
We are looking forward to even more PR's & record breaking at this weekends meet.
Our meet this Saturday is at Thousand Oaks High School vs T.O., Camarillo & Ojai.
We have added some extra volunteer shifts to the volunteer page for this Saturday. If you sign-up for a shift to work this weekend than please report to the staging tent about 15 minutes prior to your scheduled time. This shift will count towards your Striders volunteer shifts. There is only one more home meet left to get your hours in.
Welcome to all the Strider Volunteer families. As we get ready for our first home meet of the 2014 season I would like to introduce myself as your Volunteer Coordinator, and for those families who are new to the Striders, give you an idea of what to expect.
For those of you who have not signed up yet there are still a number of shifts open for Saturday's meet.
On Saturday there will be a main sign in table at the top of the stands, by the press box. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of your assigned shift to sign in. Please be mindful if you are signed up for the afternoon shift you will be replacing someone who has already been there for 3 +hours. After you have completed your shift please remember that you will need to sign out to receive credit
Once you sign in you will be directed to your area and given further instructions. If you are new we will try to pair you with someone who has experience. Please remember to dress appropriately, bring plenty of water, a hat and sunscreen. Most importantly remember to have fun and enjoy the best seats at the meet!
Thank you all for volunteering your time and working to provide a great experience for our kids. If you have any questions or concerns please to not hesitate to contact me.
Alexandra De Kort
Mobile: (805) 990-5666
Now that you have started to get in shape its time to start thinking about which events you may want to try or specialize on this season. Starting this week you will be able to take advantage of the following optional/extra specialty practices:
Sprints:Coaches Eric Bixler & Galen Brown will be able to work with all ages of sprinter athletes on their sprint technique and starts.
Distance: All distance runners are welcomed to join Coach Daniels for distance work outs.
Hurdles: Hurdle technique will be taught by High School Coaches Dylan Medlock, Alexis Boyd & Walter Johnson to all interested athletes ages Midget and up.
Long Jump: Long Jump technique will be taught to all ages by High School Coach Elisha Edwards.
Shot Put: Coach Green & High School Coach Kayleigh Todo will be teaching shot put technique to all interested athletes ages bantam & up. The shot put sector is located behind the New Gym above the track. Shot put practices will not begin until Tuesday, March 4th.
High Jump: High Jump technique will be taught to athletes bantam ages & up by Duane Plummer.
Please check the specific specialty team websites for more information such as practice age group break downs, days, times & updates.
All of these practices will take place at the Moorpark High School track. Team websites and practice schedules have been set up for each of these specialty practice groups. Please go to these specialty team websites for more information.