Alta Loma CC: Welcome

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Monday, June 20
Alta Loma Cross Country

Welcome to the Alta Loma Braves
Cross Country Website
8880 Baseline Rd
Alta Loma, CA 91701-5504
(909) 989-5511

Visit us often to see how our athletes are doing, news and views about the team, and check our meet schedule and maps to get to our races. Be sure to check Altaloma Crosscountry Facebook page and catch some pictoral highlights of the season.

Alta Loma High School competes in the very competetive Baseline League with other CIF powers such as Upland and Rancho Cucamonga. Joining in the quest for coveted CIF Berths are Etiwanda and Los Osos high schools. Glendora High School is now in its 4th year of competition in the Baseline league. 

Alta Loma, founded in 1963, has a very rich tradition of producing outstanding teams and developing individual talents. At ALHS, the term "Student-Athlete" is one we are very proud to uphold. It is always "Student" first. We strive to produce world class individuals, prepared for the workforce, college, and beyond. It is in this same tradition that we prepare our athletes for similar challenges, both today and in the future!

  The 2013 season is close upon us!  We are kicking off the 2013-2014 season with the Blue - White Time Trials on August 29th. We are very excited to see what the boys' and girls' team will do. Come and cheer on our runners starting a 3:15 PM!!

Parent Booster organization. Please contact Coach Morales is you are able to be a part of the upcoming year. Contact:


Join the fun! Join the journey!
Let’s make it happen!

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013
Time: 2:00pm until 5:00pm
Description: League Finals
- ALHS Boys 62 points,
- Girls 82 points Teams qualify for CIF
Top 5 all finish in the top 20 runners. #7 Boy runs 16:50, #7 girl runs 21:02
All of our runners maintain a positive, dedicated attitude, willing to go beyond the pain barrier to find the success that waits on the other side.
Click here to Join the journey.

Booster Club
Meetings are held the second wednesday of each month. Your support is needed. We are looking to have 90-100% parent participation in the Booster Club.

Check out Alta Loma's 10 day Weather Forecast, CA (91701) Plan ahead, stay hydrated! Plan for both hot and cold, rainy and dre days... 

Sunday, August 18
Red Hill Invitational

Parents and staff, we need your help on September 10th, starting at 12:00 pm. The first race is scheduled to startat 2:00 pm. We are expecting the best turn out ever at this year's Midweek Madness Invitational.

Help with the Snack Bar, Finish Line and course monitors are our first concerns. We also will need help directing the buses to their designated parking areas. Once the lower parking lot fills, we will also need to direct spectators to other parking spots, either at the High school or even at the Church across the street from the park. 

Please let coach morales (, Coach Gonzalez ( or Denise Kochis ( of your availability. 

2011 Season's Summaries

Click on any of the titles below for a link to the photo montage for each meet.

Sunday, September 4
Time Trials Results

Blue Teams Squeek-out Victories! 26 - 30 Boys, 27 - 30, Girls

Our Varsity And JV teams have been ...

Monday, September 5

First Meet vs Chaffey

Our first meet was against Chaffey HS, Thursday, Sept. 8th.


Place  Name
Time School


 Cole McDowell
18:29 AL
 2  Alec Kochis  18:37  AL    
 3 Pedro Regalado


 4 Shane Barksdale 18:39 AL
 5  Billy Flores
 18:43 AL
 Brian Wheeler
 19:08 Al
 7  Blake Hendrickson

 19: 23

 8  Andy Rodriguez
 19:36 CHS
 9  Tyler Hernandez
 19:42 AL
 10  Jaydon Hickman
 19:54 AL
 11 Michael Nathan
 20:06 CHS
 12  Nestor DelaTorre
20:11 CHS
 13  Jonathan Morales
 14  Misael Calleja
 15  Chris Rojas
 16  James Sepe
 17  Tommy Emick

Friday, August 5
Marshall Canyon Workouts

Marshall canyon gives us the challenges of hills, varied terrain, and interaction with other runners.

Reminder about long runs - keep a steady, strong pace, while still running relaxed on long run days. Pay attention to your surroundings making mental note of landmarks as you go.
Remember that if you walk these runs, you are making us wait longer than necessary in the parking lot and you are not getting the benefit of the practice. Don't just "show up", make your time worthwhile.


It looks like we are starting to get in shape!! Majority of team has made it at least to 3 Fingers! (8 miles). We are working to get everyone to the gate, at a minimum, by the 1st week of school. Varsity will be looking to go further than that.

Trail Rules - Don't hog the trail, pay atention and listen for other runners and bike riders, move to the right, in single file, to allow others to pass.


Monday, June 20
Running Safety

Here are a combination of rules, safety tips, and etiquette to follow when out on the roads or trails.
Please go over them and keep them in mind as you train, either on your own or with the team.Use common sense. Before you even head out for a run, take a minute or two to do a safety check. Are your shoes tied? Are you familiar with your route?

Rules of the road and trails - Always stay alert and aware of what's going on around you. The more aware you are, the less vulnerable you are. Stick to the designated route

* Don't wear headsets. This is the No. 1 rule for safe running. Why? Because when you listen to music or the radio while running outside, you can't hear car horns, cyclists, or, heaven forbid, the footsteps of someone coming up behind you. 
* Run against traffic if running on the road. If running on the sidewalk or multi-use trails, travel on the right and pass on the left. You are not a vehicle. You are a runner. You are also in a highly vulnerable position if you're running near cars, trucks, and bicycles.
* Never run more than two abreast if you are running in a group. Don’t be a road or trail hog.
* Don’t run down the middle of the road or trail.
* If you are running an out-and-back route, don’t just make a sudden u-turn at your turn around point. Stop, step to the right to allow oncoming traffic the opportunity to pass. Ensure the road or trail is clear of oncoming traffic (runners, cyclists, in-line skaters, etc.) then make your u-turn. Making a sudden u-turn without looking over your shoulder is a good way to get hit.
* Alert pedestrians when you are passing them – don’t assume they are aware of their surroundings. A simple “on your left” warning will suffice.
* Be alert on blind curves.
* Stop at stop signs and ensure oncoming traffic yields to you before proceeding across a road. Don’t assume cars will stop if you are entering a cross walk.
* Respect private property along your route. Don’t relieve yourself in the neighbor’s bushes.
* Don’t litter. If you can’t find a trash can, carry your trash home.
* follow the “ranger rules”, which means leave no one behind for any reason (bathroom breaks, “need to walk”, twisted ankle, etc).
Be mindful of your language and conversation content. Conversations on mature topics do happen on group runs, but they should not go so far as to create an uncomfortable atmosphere for the group. Obscene and derrogatory comments are never acceptable!

Tuesday, June 21
Team Rules

Team Rules

Our team rules are simple. All runners un¬derstand that this ...

Friday, November 5
Boys' 2010 Season Results

Sunday, November 7
Boys' 2010 Season Results cont.

Friday, November 5
Girls' 2010 Season Results

Friday, November 5
2010 Girls' results continued

Sunday, October 3
Oct 9 Inland Empire Challenge Time Schedule
Time Schedule 2010
LS Soph Boys 7:45 ............Sweepstakes Boys 9:30

Sunday, September 26
Ontario Christian Results

Cole 18:12 Shane 18:25 Blake 18:41 Jeff 19:09 Tyler E. 20:22 Alec 21:28 Brandon 21:40
Chris ...

Sunday, September 26
Golden Eagle Invitational - Fresno

Both Boys and Girls teams ran great at the invitational.

Cole 17:11 Shane 18:20 Blake 19:41 Tyler ...