St Vrain Parking And Other Race Info


Car Parking:  Our meet hosts will direct cars to Bohn Park first, then to the LDS church, then into the neighborhoods north and then east of the school. Bohn Park payment is optional during the meet. Space is going to be at a premium. Most of the car parking will be a 5 to 10 minute walk to get to the course.

Handicap/Elderly Parking: There are about 50 spaces in the south parking lot for handicap and elderly drivers. Parking staff will assess who qualifies for that lot. 

Concessions will be available.


Results will be available at www.rapidresultslive.com as soon as each race is finished. A hard copy of the results will be posted on the west side of the concession stand, 


Team Camps should be located on the grass around the northeast corner of the track on the east and north sides of the jump runways. There will be 15 porta-potties located on the north end of the field and off the northwest corner of the track. Thanks to Longmont HS, there wil be a Water Monster on the northeast side of the track for runners to fill their water bottles. 

Spectators and Coaches MUST stay off the infield during the races. Please help with crowd control. When we create space at the finish, it allows for a better viewing experience.


We will have a trainer on site should any medical needs arise. Mackenzie from OCR will be set up under the north goal posts in the white tent.


Trash bags will be provided. Please clean up area before leaving.

Go Angels!!

St. Vrain Invite | Sept 18, 21

Arrive at East: 6:15am

Bus Departs: 6:30am

Location: Lyons High School, 100 McConnell Drive, Lyons, CO 80540

No dogs allowed on school property. Please leave your pets at home.

Race Schedule:

8:05 National Anthem


8:25 – HS Girls Varsity 2A/3A – Run Unlimited, Score 4

9:00 – HS Boys Varsity 2A/3A – Run Unlimited, Score 4

9:30 – HS Girls Varsity 4A/5A – Run 10 Score 5

10:00 – 2A/3A Varsity Awards @ East Grandstand

10:05 – HS Boys Varsity 4A/5A – Run 10, score 5

10:30 – HS Girls JV

11:05 – HS Boys JV


11:35 – 4A/5A Varsity Awards @ East Grandstand

High School 5K Map:

This is the new map with a change in the first and second loop of the course.https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=1VTwZjYifoKUOLutJ31Qaffd0tDTZcciE&usp=sharing

Runner Unavailability: If you cannot attend the St Vrain Meet, please fill out this form: XC Unavailability Form

Go Angels!

Angel Invite | Sept 14, 21

Date: Tuesday, Sept 14, 21

Class dismissal: 1:15

Arrive at City Park: 1:30pm

Schedule:

2:00  Coaches Meeting

2:30  Girls open race (unlimited entries)

3:15  Boys open race (unlimited entries)

4:00  Girls Varsity 5K (limited to 10 entries, top five score)

4:30  Boys Varsity 5K (limited to 10 entries, top five score)

5:00  Awards Ceremony at Start Line

Course: Angel Invite Course Map

Tent Camp: Our tent will be northwest of the starting area, between the course and the road.

Volunteers: We still need volunteers and would really appreciate having two more volunteers on mountain bikes to lead and/or sweep each race. Please click here if you can help: East Angel Invitational Volunteer Sign Up This includes parents and families of athletes, alumni athletes and parents, current athletes who cannot race and fans of East XC!

All volunteers should check in with Ruth or the volunteers at the check in table. Those volunteers are: Sara S, Lisa O or Jim O. If you have an official pink EA t-shirt, please wear it. If you don’t, we will give one to you.

Runner unavailability: If you cannot run at the Angel Invite, please fill out this form for your coaches. Runner unavailability form

Kona Ice Fundraiser It’s true! The Kona Ice truck will be at the Angel Invite. Our team will receive a portion of the sales made at the meet. Remember to bring some money if you want a Kona Ice and want to support the team!

Liberty Bell Recap

Races Heat Up at Liberty Bell Invitational

How hot were things at the Liberty Bell Invitational? Well, both the Girls and Boys Sweepstakes races featured the top-12 ranked teams in 5A in Colorado and 2 of the top-5 teams from each of 4A and 3A divisions; six of these teams (2 boys teams and 4 girls teams) are ranked in the top-25 in the nation. Also, it was nearing 80 degrees when the varsity races took to the course, in the high 80’s when the B division (JV-1) raced, and a blistering 90 degrees under cloudless skies when the C division (JV-2) finally hit the traditionally fast road/hard packed dirt course circling the neighborhood around Heritage High School. So, it was pretty hot.

The Varsity Boys were the first to line up shoulder to shoulder, literally and figuratively, with the stiffest competition they will face until the Colorado State meet. With all 7 runners buried deep in the pack, it can be hard to decipher how well or poorly the team was running. Senior co-captain Eamon Nussbaum moved up over the last 2 miles to finish in 65th in 16:48, shaving a few seconds off his personal best. Junior Quinn Higgins joined the sub-17 club with a 16:53 personal best for 75th, also moving up substantially in the last 2 miles.  Senior David Anderson and freshman Jonas Scudamore sprinted together to personal bests by over 20 seconds of 17:24, for 110th and 111th respectively.  Junior Ian Logan (17:34) and senior Owen Congdon (17:48) each ran personal bests for 124th and 131st and junior Ben Hopper ran a seasonal best 18:08 to finish 140th.  East finished with a total of 477 points for 18th place of 23 teams.

The Varsity Girls gave chase to the boys’ race 3 minutes later.  Super frosh Rosie Mucharsky came through the mile just outside the top-10 and was able to hold on to 12th place in 18:02. Sophomore Sophia Shiroff ran under 20 minutes for the first time with a 19:56 for 74th place, while classmate Grace Todd ran 20:08 for 87th.  Senior co-captain Ellison Mucharsky ran a seasonal best (and altitude pb) 20:54 while her co-captain Annabel Filippini ran a seasonal best 21:04. Sophomore Sasha Bull ran 21:30 for 138th and junior Bri O’Meara 21:39 for 141st.  The Angels totaled 387 points for 17th place of 22 teams.

As temperatures continued to rise, personal best times became more elusive. None the less, the Angels continued to compete with the best teams gamely in the JV divisions. In the Boys Sweepstakes B race, juniors Charlie Keglovitz and Garrett Johnson managed 45th and 55th place finishes respectively in personal bests of 18:31 and 18:45.  Sophomore Kai Luna and senior Charlie Kruger finished soon after in 18:50 and 18:51 for 57th and 58th.  Junior Julio Dominguez-Perez (71st, 19:12) and freshman Finley Steed (77th, 19:21) each ran personal bests and sophomore Devin Morse was the 7th runner for East in 19:59 for 95th.  The East Angel boys totaled 281 points for 10th of 19 teams in the Sweepstakes B race.

The JV-1 girls were led by juniors Helen Miller and Eleanor Goldstein who ran 22:28 for 44th place and 22:56 for 50th place respectively. 9th grader Ella Tersch managed a personal best 23:08 for 49th while sophomore Anna Rothman-Haji ran 23:28 for 60th, junior Clara Artley a personal best 23:32 for 63rd, 9th grader Lila Cypers 23:49 for 70th, and senior co-captain Gemma Haller 73rd in 23:58.  In the Girls Sweepstakes B race, the East Angels totaled 251 points for 10th of 17 teams. 

Probably the most impressive performance coming out of the Open Sweepstakes race (unscored, JV-2) was turned in by junior Corbin Hobert who ran a personal best by nearly a minute of 19:12 despite the sizzling heat. Sophomore Finn Egan also ran a personal best 20:56, followed closely by senior co-captain Marcus Burnett in an identical time. Running her first official high school race at a 5K distance, sophomore Avery Ash ran 24:24. 9th grader Franny Hebbard ran 25:05 and junior Siena Berry 25:36.  

Click here for complete results: Liberty Bell Results

On Tuesday the Angels will race with a jaunt around the home course at the Angel Invite, which is shaping up to be a smaller meet in 2021. (Volunteers still needed for this preview of hosting DPS League Championships next month). Click here to volunteer. Saturday brings the St. Vrain Invitational, the second in a series of three very competitive weekend meets that will test the Angels against the best teams in East’s State Qualifying region. 

Liberty Bell Divisions

The East Angels have qualified to be in all of the sweepstakes divisions. Here is where you will run:

Sweepstakes A:

Eamon Rosie

Quinn Grace

David Sophia

Jonas Ellision

Ian Sasha B

Owen Bri

Ben H Annabel

Sweepstakes B:

Kai Helen

Garret Lila

Charlie Ke Evelyn

Charlie Kr Anna

Julio Clara

Finley Gemma

Devin Ella

Sweepstakes C:

Everyone else.

If you can’t run this race, please let us know by clicking here: Runner Unavailability Form

If you have questions, please ask one of the coaches. Remember to bring water and a snack to eat after your race.

Go Angels!

We have a bus for Liberty Bell!

Runners and Parents!

We were able to secure a charter bus for the Liberty Bell Meet. The bus will pick us up at East on the Detroit Side of the school.

Arrive at East: 6:45am

Bus Departure from East: 7:00am

If you signed up to drive for car pool, we won’t need your as a driver. Thank you for offering to volunteer!

Remember to cheer, sing to and inspire your teammates when you aren’t racing!