Fire Track and Field is a terrific opportunity for athletes with all levels of experience to participate and develop their skills while enjoying a competitive team environment and individual success. Many fall and winter sports athletes discover the benefits of cross training in events that build strength, endurance, and agility.
Fire Track and Field has a long history of success at the conference, section, and state levels. Most recently 800m runner Allie Bodin ’16 became the MSHSL Class AA state champion as well as an All-American after a 4th place finish at the USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships in July 2016.
NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS:
Middle School Spring Track Club is a 5-week skill-building and competition clinic for students in grades 5-8 interested in learning more about track and field. Middle school students will train with Holy Family FIRE track and field coaches 2-3 days a week (Mondays, Wednesdays, and some Fridays from 5:30-7 p.m.)
Coach Parzyck has over 15 years of coaching experience and is the head coach of the Fire Track & Field program and serves as the program’s strength and conditioning coordinator. In addition, he is an assistant football coach. During the school day, he spends his day as a science instructor at Holy Family where he encourages students to do their best academically and to try an event (or two) in track and field.