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"The most important component of Spartan tradition is our commitment to create a brotherhood among ourselves. This task is bigger, tougher, and more elusive than any opponent we ever face. It's understanding that I must lose some of myself in order to find others. Individual egos must die in order for a team to live. It's learning how to be a team player. To claim I am a good teammate or team player simply means I know how to sacrifice for a just cause, cooperate with my fellow human, respect the dignity of others, and can respond when called upon".....
|2014 Track and Field Season - Coaching Staff|
|Level||Head Coach||Phone #|
|All (V,JV,F/S)||John Harvey||925/288-8100 #email@example.com|
|Assistant Coaches - Robert Avina, Stanley Arukwe, Jacques Brutus, Marvis Haley, John Pelster, Terrell Ward|
2013 Season Recap
The reaction of Marquis Morris was quick and declarative. The junior clapped quickly two times after he crossed the finish line first in the boys 110-meter high hurdles final Saturday at the CIF state track and field championships.
The Spartans finished 5th in Meet of Champions races and had a close competition with Amador Valley in the NCS Championships, finishing in 2nd place.
In one of the closest and competitive events in DLS Track and Field history, the Spartans edged Amador Valley, 132-130 to win the EBAL Title. Blair Hurlock won both the 1600m and 3200m races; Sprinter Marquis Morris won the 110m and 300m hurdles, as well as the 100m sprint; and Kevin Griffin won the 400m.
2014 Team Files
V/JV/F - Printable
Varsity - Junior Varsity
Uniform Order Sheet
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