Highland Park Boys 7th Grade Track

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Flying Scots 2018 Track Captains Announced

The Flying Scots have completed their season with a great turnout at last week’s award banquet. Of the many awards given, the outgoing 2017 Captains passed the baton to the new 2018 Captains. Pictured from L-R: Seniors Colby Green-Jimmy Rupple-Ryan Gadbois-James Herring-Trevor Schillaci-Avi Steinberg

Flying Scots Advance to the Region II Track Meet

Pictured are the Area 15-16 Bronze Medal 4×4 Team from L-R Ryan Gadbois-Jimmy Rupple-Sam Sloan-Cameron Hoglund. Congrats to the Flying Scots Men’s Track Team as the 4×1, 4×2 and 4×4 relays advance to the Region II Track Meet along with Turner Coxe in the Shot Put and Discus, Sam Sloan in the 800m and Jack

Texas Track and Field Records – Presented by VNN

As the Spring Season hits full swing, state records start falling. How do you match up against the best of the best? Here’s Texas’ All-Time Track and Field Records, courtesy of the TexasTrack.com: Boys EVENT MARK ATHLETE SCHOOL YEAR 100m 10.13 NR Derrick Florence Galveston Ball 1986 200m 20.13 NR Roy Martin Dallas Roosevelt 1985 400m 45.19 Aldrich

Flying Scots at 15-5A District Track Meet

Pictured from L-R are the 4×4 District Champions: Jimmy Rupple-Sam Sloan-Ryan Gadbois-Cameron Hoglund The Men’s Flying Scots Track Team completed their regular season with a 3rd place finish in the District 15-5A Championship. Seventeen personal records were set and a total of 13 athletes are moving on to the Area Track Meet this Thursday at

Flying Scots at Texas Relays

A big Congrats to the Texas Relay Qualifiers. Team members traveled to Austin and competed with over 3000 High Schools from around the nation. The 4×4 set a personal record with team members Cameron Hoglund, Sam Sloan, Ryan Gadbois and Carson Bryant. James Herring and Jack Toohey also qualified in the open running events. James

Flying Scots JV District 15-5A Track Runner-Up

The Flying Scots JV Men’s Track Team competed in the 15-5A District Championship at Hanby Stadium on Wednesday. The Flying Scots came up a bit short and finished as District Runner Up behind West Mesquite. The JV had an outstanding year winning 4 of the 7 meets they competed in! Congrats on a tremendous season!

Wylie East Relays Meet Champions

The Flying Scots Track Team traveled to Wylie East last Friday as the JV and Varsity both returned home as Meet Champions! This is the second meet in a row that both groups have been meet champions. Teams in attendance were: Wylie East-Wylie-Rockwall-North Garland-Berkner-Naaman Forest-Heath and Highland Park. Results below: JV: Hunter Heath 1st 100m-Cayden

Flying Scots Varsity & JV Meet Champions at the Lake Texoma Relays

The Varsity and JV both returned home last night as Meet Champions at the Lake Texoma Relays. Athletes posted some impressive results going into our Spring Break. Final results shortly to follow. Teams in attendance: Highland Park, McKinney North, Denison, Durant, Okla, Gainesville, W.F. Hirschi, Springtown, Bonham and Fort Worth Country Day.  

Flying Scots Varsity Meet Runner-Up, JV Meet Champions

The Flying Scots Men’s Track team traveled to the Joshua Relays yesterday with some impressive results. Forty seven Personal Records were set last night as the JV returned home as Meet Champions and the Varsity finished as Meet Runner Up. The Flying Scots travel to the Lake Texoma Invitational next Thursday. Individual results below: JV

Flying Scots Freshmen Compete in Allen

The Flying Scots Freshmen competed in Allen on Wednesday. Christopher Peters 1st High Jump, Cody Fuller 2nd Discus, Jensen Moock 1st 800m, Sam Parker 3rd 800m, Brock Bakich 1st 400m. Congrats and great job. Next Freshmen meet is Wed March 22 @ Germany Park.