Friday, January 14 2:16:00 pm:

Track & Field practice schedule:

Monday, January 17th - 9:00am

Tuesday, January 18th-Friday, January 21st - 3:30pm

Saturday, January 22nd - 9:00am


Wednesday, December 22 9:02:00 pm:

The 2022 Track & Field Season begins on Monday, January 17th at 9:00 am. We will meet at the indoor track. ALL team members must be registered and have an updated physical on record. Register here. If you are currently participating in a winter sport, please join us when your season is over. 

Sunday, December 19 10:00:00 pm:

We have an online track & field team store that you can order gear from! The only items team members are asked to purchase if you do not have them already are the navy blue hoodie and navy blue sweatpants (unless you have navy blue athletic pants). We encourage everyone on the team (and even family members) to purchase some HP track & field gear to proudly represent the team. 

Thursday, December 16 8:00:00 pm:

2022 Track & Field Schedule

Thursday, November 11 11:12:00 am:

If you have any questions about Highland Park Boys Cross Country or Track & Field please email Coach Buti:

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