The Colorado Springs School Varsity Cross Country

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Fall Sports Seasons Come to a Close

Saturday’s State Cross Country meet was the final event for the adapted 2020 Fall sports season.  Senior Orlando M. was the lone representative for the Kodiaks, finishing 77th overall in the 2A division with a time of 20:26. “He ran his heart out,” commented coach Jolly Cunha, “and we are so proud of how far he

Let’s Go . . . Orlando!

Saturday at 2:00 p.m. is the 2A State XC Meet at the Norris Penrose Event Center here in Colorado Springs.  CSS senior Orlando M. will be competing for the Kodiaks as the solo representative this year. Let’s go . . . Orlando!  Spectators are welcome to attend and cheer on their athletes and parking is

XC State Meet: Monroy Runs for the Kodiaks on Saturday

  Senior Orlando M. will represent CSS as the only runner to compete in the 2A Cross Country State Championship.  The meet will take place at the Norris Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 17.  Spectators are invited and will be limited to the marked spectator area, and parking

US Cross Country: Senior Leadership Stands Out

CSS Cross Country is off and running! Led by senior captains Heather H. and Orlando M., the Kodiaks are well into their season and gaining momentum and confidence with each meet. According to veteran head coach, Jolly Cunha, “The highlight of the season so far has been the leadership on and off the course from both Orlando and Heather. 

Kodiaks Launch XC Season

The CSS Kodiaks launched the season on Saturday in the Elizabeth meet with six runners competing, and three of them racing in their first ever cross country race.  The team was lead by senior captains Orlando M. (9th place) and Heather H. (33rd place) in a CHSAA-regulated pack of 50 runners for each race.  The race director correctly

That’s a Wrap: US Fall Sports Conclude with League Awards

Traditionally the school year begins with a sense of excitement in the air as life returns to campus and Fall sports action begins. The hustle and bustle of both outdoor and indoor events can be witnessed every day at 3:30 when athletes of all ages flock to the gym, changing out for practice. The overlap of

Girls’ XC: Punches Ticket to State

With a 3rd place finish at Regionals last week, CSS punched their ticket to State for the 4th consecutive year. The team has been preparing all week, training alongside the boys’ team who merely missed a spot at the State meet. Senior captain Kate G. has led the Kodiaks all season both on and off the

XC and Soccer in Action Thursday: Show Your Support!

With a chance of making school history, the boys’ and girls’ cross country teams have been mentally and physically preparing for tomorrow’s Regional Meet at Monument Valley Park.  The girls’ team secured the Black Forest League championship on October 5 with a third-consecutive first place finish by senior Kate G.  The team received support from