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1-2-3 Prairie Hills Landsharks!!!

Coaching Staff

Head Coach
Anna Mowl

Assistant Coach
Joshua Mowl

Additional Assistant Coach Position is Available

PRO: P is Participate with effort. They are off to a good start for the half mile race!

PRO: R is Respect others. He shows this by remembering Coach talking about pacing!

PRO: O is Offer encouragement. Runners were lined up on the sidelines to encourage the racers!

Practice Days

Tuesday and Thursday

First practice: April 12, 2022

Last practice: May 10th, 2022
It is a Fun Day Practice! 

Practice Times


Practice Location(s):

Meet at the field to the west of PHE. 

This is the field between the school and Fairfax park.   

Meet Information

Meets will take place at Lewis Palmer Middle School.

Meets will be on the following Sundays afternoons at 1:00 PM
April 24th
May 1st
May 8th

Schedule of Events


12:35  Coaches Meeting

12:40 Parent Volunteers meet the Site Director for course assignments

12:55 Star Spangled Banner

1:00 Races Begin

Meet #1: 50m dash followed by 400m or 800m
Meet #2: 100m dash followed by 400m or 800m
Meet  #3: 400m or 1600m followed by 200m dash

***Heat order will be run at discretion of the Site Director***

Warm Up and Cool Down Activities

Warm Up and Cool Down Activities

Prairie Hills Landsharks ‘Good Sport’ Program

Prairie Hills Landsharks ‘Good Sport’

How will I know if I am being a ‘Good Sport’?

  1. Coaches Recognition
    1. Recognize a ‘Good Sport’
  2. Teammates Recognition
    1. Tell a coach about a ‘Good Sport’
  3. Benefits
    1. Receive and armband
    2. Get to lead practice and play

What if I do something that is not a ‘Good Sport’ thing to do?

  1. It’s never too late to become a ‘Good Sport’
  2. Be responsible for your part and don’t play the ‘blame game’
  3. Remember ‘CARS’


Things to Note:

A good sport can be saying thank you, encouraging teammates, showing respect to others, doing what the coach tells you the first time, volunteering to pick up after practice, etc.

A ‘really bad sport’ AKA ‘bullying’ is not tolerated. 

Weather policies

Landsharks Lightning Policy

1.    We will monitor the weather via the Weather Bug App with Spark Function. 

2.   Activities shall be immediately suspended and all personnel directed to move to a safe area when the meter indicates lightning is within a 8-mile radius.  Activities shall remain suspended until the device indicates there is no longer lightning within a 8-mile radius.

3.   If the device fails or connectivity is poor, we will suspend activity when cloud-to-ground lightning is observed OR thunder is heard.  We will quickly direct staff, participants and athletes to pre-determined shelter(s).

4.   Once the practice/race has been suspended, we will wait at least 20 minutes after the last thunder or flash of lightning is witnessed, prior to resuming.

5.   Any subsequent thunder or lightning, after the beginning of the 20-minute count, reset the clock and another 20-minute count should begin.

6.   Please share the safety plan with others picking up your athlete.

7.   Understand the evacuation process depending on the site lay out. 

Meet Guidelines

In order to create a safe environment for our Landshark runners and families, please adhere to the following guidelines for our races. These guidelines are in place to help keep our races organized and fun for the kids and parents.

  1. Please park in designated areas only.
  2. Upon arrival, please locate your runner(s) school coach to receive race bib and then parents must proceed to designated spectator viewing area.  The only adults allowed on in the infield are coaches and/or volunteers with a Landsharks' T-shirt.
  3. Exchange runners should check-in with the Site Director, who is in the Tie-dye or Bright yellow T-shirt.  Your runner will receive their bib at that time.  All runners are required to have a bib prior to racing.  Bibs should be pinned on the back of the runners' shirt for ease of removal in the finish chute.
  4. Each race night all runners can run two races.  A sprint followed by a mid-distance race.
  5. No parents or non-competing runners are allowed on the track with the runners.
  6. Following your runner's race, your child will find you in the designated parent viewing area.  You are free to stay and watch the remainder of the races or depart if so desired.
  7. Have fun and cheer for all runners because, “Finishing is Winning!”